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I read almost daily of tourists still arriving in Hawaii and subsequent quarantine non-compliance arrests. This is the fault of airlines who refuse to cancel flights, to avoid giving refunds. I canceled my own flights as my accommodations were cancelled for me. However the airlines are only allowing me until October to rebook, as I originally book ahead of time for my timeshare. Why are the airlines not being held responsible for still flying people around unnecessarily?