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Table 2-4 Top 15 Ports of Entry to the United States by Overseas Visitors: 2010 and 2011

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Excel

  Rank 2011 2010 Percentage Change
New York, NY 1 4,562,166 4,207,877 8.4
Miami, FL 2 3,674,560 3,277,227 12.1
Los Angeles, CA 3 2,907,304 2,593,090 12.1
Newark, NJ 4 1,672,973 1,784,598 -6.3
Honolulu, HI 5 1,605,192 1,455,430 10.3
San Francisco, CA 6 1,471,264 1,364,996 7.8
Chicago, IL 7 1,221,011 1,206,958 1.2
Agana/Hagåtña, GU 8 992,665 1,064,790 -6.8
Atlanta, GA 9 931,089 952,665 -2.3
Washington, DC 10 853,136 837,961 1.8
Orlando, FL 11 851,535 836,963 1.7
Houston, TX 12 627,448 599,710 4.6
Boston, MA 13 510,889 496,701 2.9
Detroit, MI 14 429,131 363,711 18.0
Dallas, TX 15 403,400 350,075 15.2

NOTE: Overseas excludes Canada and Mexico.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Visitation to the United States:
A Statistical Summary of U.S. Visitation
, available at http://tinet.ita.doc.gov/outreachpages/download_data_table/2011_Visitation_Report.pdf as of January 2013.