The price of plane crashes in Hawaii have soared more than $9 million since the beginning of the year, according to data compiled by Medical News Online.

In January, Hawaii had a total of 1,918 plane crashes with a total cost of $5.7 million.

The number rose to 1,984 with a cost of nearly $9.2 million in February.

The data shows that the number of plane crash deaths is up by over half, from 572 in January to 734 in February, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.

The latest data shows a sharp increase in the number, which rose by over $4 million in January, from 1,034 to 1.074.

This is the first time since January 2016 that the total cost has been higher than $2 million.

A total of 4,959 people died in plane crashes across the U.S. in the first six months of 2017.

The average number of days a person is hospitalized is more than 5,000.

The data comes as the Trump administration begins to take steps to reduce the number and severity of crashes in the wake of the deadly crash of a Boeing 777 over the Pacific Ocean in March.

In January the FAA proposed a plan to close down a small number of flights and allow passengers to board the aircraft with seatbelts.

The Federal Aviation Administration has already reduced the number for the first half of 2018 and has proposed a new plan that would reduce the crash count from 5,937 to 4,622.