Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been especially active over the last few weeks, and now, it's erupted, spewing ash miles into the air, where it rains down on nearby villages. 

The volcanic activity may cause flights to be canceled or delayed, which is why Alaska Airlines is offering a waiver to ticketholders whose travel dates between May 17 and 25 may be impacted. 

Customers will be able to waive change fees and the difference in the price of a ticket if the new travel booked is to or from Kona, Honolulu, Kauai or Maui. The travel must be in the same cabin and must be completed on or before June 1, 2018. 

Tickets must be exchanged or refunded prior to the departure of your originally scheduled flight. 

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