EL SEGUNDO (CBSLA.com) — A number of flights scheduled to depart from Los Angeles International Airport on Friday en route to Hawaii were canceled because of back-to-back hurricanes hitting the islands.

Major airlines, including United, Delta, American and Hawaiian are all reportedly affected by the cancellations.

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Hawaiian Airlines was able to move one flight to Maui up by five hours Thursday afternoon in order to beat the storm.

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While the majority of flights from LAX to the islands took off without any interruption Thursday, many passengers said they had anxieties about flying into a major storm.

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“Well, I’m a bit nervous,” traveler Ann Sneddon said. “I’ll be glad when the plane actually arrives, and we’re safe and sound.”