U.S. Citizen International Outbound Travel Up Six Percent in 2018
April 3, 2019 2:20pm
Annual 2018/2017 Comparisons
U.S. air travel to overseas markets (1) totaled 41.8 million, up nine percent for the year. Regional results were:
U.S. travel to North American markets totaled 51.3 million, up four percent compared to 2017.
Annual 2018 Market Shares
U.S. air travel to overseas locations accounted for 45 percent of total U.S. outbound travel, up one percentage point from 2017. Regional composition:
North American markets received 55 percent of all U.S. international outbound travel.
For detailed information and data tables please visit: https://travel.trade.gov/view/m-2018-O-001/index.html
Note: Canada and Mexico numbers are preliminary. The above chart will reflect final changes.
In 2011 NTTO (then OTTI) began to report U.S. outbound travel monthly by all modes, expanding beyond air-only traffic. Total travel, inclusive of all modes, to Canada and Mexico is reported in addition to the air-only subtotals. The timing of this report is dependent data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Stats Canada and Banco de Mexico (INEGI), respectively.
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Contact: International Trade Administration / Industry and AnalysisNational Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO)
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