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Hawaiian Airlines is offering waivers for passengers whose flights were disrupted by the wildfires that have been raging across Southern California.

The waivers apply to fliers who were scheduled to travel to, from or via Los Angeles International Airport between Dec. 6 and Dec. 8.

The fires have destroyed hundreds of structures and caused thousands of residents to evacuate.

In the beach-side city of Ventura, the fire has destroyed at least 150 homes and other buildings.

Guests who were planning to travel on a Hawaiian Airlines flight and now need a waiver can change their reservation by calling the airline’s reservations department at 1-800-367-5320.

They will need to prove that their ticket was issued on or before Dec. 6, 2017, and that the affected flight was originally scheduled for travel between Dec. 6 to Dec. 8.

Changes must be made and re-ticketed for new flights no later than Dec. 11. For changes made to new flights after Dec. 11, the change fee will be waived, but the airline will charge the difference in the fare. For more information, visit Hawaiian’s website.