Due to the decision by budget carrier Jetstar to stop flying out of Hawaii, many passengers in the country were left stranded.
For those who need a room, the company is offering to provide them with up to $300 in compensation. It also said that it would pay for other reasonable expenses.
Since Saturday, at least two flights from Honolulu have been canceled by the airline.
In response to the situation, the company said that it is working to get the remaining customers to their destinations as quickly as possible.
Since the company’s decision to stop flying out of Hawaii has affected many passengers, they have been left scrambling to find a new flight or a hotel room.
In addition to providing compensation, the company is also offering to pay for other reasonable expenses such as meal costs.
The company’s recent flight cancellations are the latest in a series of delays and cancellations that it has been experiencing.
In September, around 4,000 Australian passengers were stranded in Bali after several delays and cancellations by the airline.
Families were left with no choice but to spend a week stuck in Bali after the airline stopped providing services due to what it referred to as “engineering issues.”
Hundreds of passengers in Phuket were also left without any immediate transportation.