Electrical power was unstable at Terminals 1 and 2 Wednesday at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, but did not affect any flights.
The state Department of Transportation announced the situation in a tweet Wednesday morning, but noted that takeoffs and landings were not affected.
DOT spokesman Tim Sakahara said in a text late Wednesday afternoon, “Operations were normal throughout the day.”
He did not address whether electrical power was stabilized.
A DOT spokeswoman said airport staff and an outside contractor were working on repairs.
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