Disney and AMC have canceled their vacation plans for Hawaii and canceled flights for residents of the state.

The Walt Disney Company, which is based in Los Angeles, announced on Monday that it was canceling its planned June 29 holiday weekend vacation for residents and those traveling to Hawaii, which began on May 3 and runs through May 10.

Disney said in a statement that the decision to cancel the planned Hawaii vacation was based on the ongoing threat of wildfires that have threatened many communities across the state and that the state’s natural environment, including its Hawaiian Islands, is a concern.

This decision is also impacted by ongoing drought and the effects of climate change, the statement read.

At Disneyland, Disneyland Resort and Disney California Adventure Resort, the resort, which has a park in Hawaii, said that it will cancel the park’s May 11-13, 2019 holiday schedule and the dates of the parks’ summer and fall shows.

Disneyland will also close the park in the summer of 2019 and close the parks in 2019.

ABC News’ Brian Ross contributed to this report.

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