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Hawaii tourism drops, with recovery expected in 2024

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                                Above, Honolua Surf Co. manager Jasmine Pentecostes, left, helped visitor Dianna Ottoboni at the store Monday.

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    Above, Honolua Surf Co. manager Jasmine Pentecostes, left, helped visitor Dianna Ottoboni at the store Monday.

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                                Above, Ilona Tarno­vetska, left, with daughter Olivia, and Oxana Kardash, with sons Daniel and Lev, enjoyed Kamaole Beach Park III in Kihei on Monday.

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    Above, Ilona Tarno­vetska, left, with daughter Olivia, and Oxana Kardash, with sons Daniel and Lev, enjoyed Kamaole Beach Park III in Kihei on Monday.

Demand for travel to Hawaii has fallen, especially on Maui, and travel industry experts say it’s not expected to materially recover until 2024. Read more

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