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U.S.-International Travel and Transportation Trends: 2006 Update

U.S.-International Travel and Transportation Trends: 2006 Update

U.S.-International Travel and Transportation Trends: 2006 Update

2006

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Front Matter
Summary
Chapter 1 - Travel Trends to and from the United States by International Region
Table 1.1 - Travel Between the United States and Foreign Countries: 2000–2004
Figure 1.1 - Travel Between the United States and Foreign Countries: 2000–2004
Table 1.2 - Travel Between the United States and Overseas Regions: 2000–2004
Figure 1.2 - Travel Between the United States and Overseas Regions: 2000–2004
Table 1.3 - Overnight Travel Between the United States and Canada and the United States and Mexico: 2000–2004
Table 1.4 - Same-Day Travel Between the United States and Canada and the United States and Mexico: 2000–2004
Chapter 2 - Travel Destinations and Expenditures
Table 2.1 - U.S. Receipts and Payments for Travel and Passenger Fares with the Top 5 Areas: 2004
Figure 2.1 - U.S. Receipts, Payments, and Balance from Passenger Fares and Travel: 2000–2004
Table 2.2A - Overseas Visitors to the United States by Destination State or Territory: 2000–2004
Table 2.2B - Overseas Visitors to the United States by Destination City: 2000–2004
Figure 2.2 - Top 20 Foreign Gateways for Nonstop Air Travel to and from the United States: 2003–2004
Table 2.3 - Top 20 U.S. Gateways for Nonstop International Air Travel: 2000–2004
Figure 2.3 - Top 20 U.S. Gateways for Nonstop International Air Travel: 2000 and 2004
Table 2.4 - Top 20 Routes Between the United States and Foreign Airports by Number of Passengers: 2000–2004
Table 2.5 - Top 40 Foreign Countries Visited by U.S. Residents for Overnight Travel: 2000–2004
Table 2.6 - Top 40 Foreign Countries of Origin for Overnight Arrivals in the United States: 2000–2004
Figure 2.4 - Top 5 Countries for Nonstop Air Travel to and from the United States: 2000–2004
Figure 2.5 - U.S. Gross Domestic Product and Aviation Revenue Passenger-Miles: 1994–2004
Figure 2.6 - Load Factors for U.S. Carrier International Flights: 1994–2004
Chapter 3 - North American Travel Trends
Table 3.1 - Overnight Travel Between the United States and Canada and the United States and Mexico by Transportation Mode: 2000–2004
Table 3.2 - Same-Day Travel Between the United States and Canada and the United States and Mexico by Transportation Mode: 2000–2004
Table 3.3 - Land Border Crossings into the United States from Canada and Mexico: Passenger and Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2000–2004
Figure 3.1A - Passengers Arriving in Personal Vehicles from Mexico and Canada: 2000–2004
Figure 3.1B - Pedestrians Arriving from Mexico and Canada: 2000–2004
Figure 3.1C - Passengers Arriving by Bus from Mexico and Canada: 2000–2004
Figure 3.1D - Passengers Arriving by Train from Mexico and Canada: 2000–2004
Table 3.4 - Top 10 U.S. Land Border Ports for Incoming Passenger and Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2004
Figure 3.2 - U.S. Land Border Ports with 1 Million or More Incoming Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2004
Table 3.5 - U.S.-Canada/Canada-U.S. Travel by Trip Purpose: 2000–2004
Table 3.6 - Passengers on North American Cruises by Residency: 2000–2004
Chapter 4 - Transportation Security
Table 4.1 - Prohibited Items Intercepted at U.S. Airport Screening Checkpoints: 2003–2004
Figure 4.1 - Worldwide Terrorist Incidents Against Infrastructure: 2000–2004
Table 4.2 - Gateways with the Longest Average Wait Times for Personal Vehicles Entering the United States from Canada and Mexico: 2003–2004
Figure 4.2 - Gateways with the Longest Average Wait Times for Personal Vehicles on the United States-Canada Border: 2003–2004
Figure 4.3 - Gateways with the Longest Average Wait Times for Personal Vehicles on the United States-Mexico Border: 2003–2004
Chapter 5 - Conclusion: International Travel Data Needs
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Appendix
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017