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Final - Monthly U.S. Citizen International Departures Summary
TI has updated the monthly section of our website to include the preliminary January-October 1998 U.S. citizen international outbound air traffic summary data from the I-92 data base. This data is part of the reported information included in the "U.S. International Air Travel Statistics Report" issued to subscribers. The information presented here, is reported monthly by TI. Please visit this area each month to keep up-to-date on U.S. citizen outbound travel. You can find this information at: https://travel.trade.gov/research/monthly/departures/index.html
The updated information is posted under 1998.
You will see the I-92 departures data for U.S. citizens shows that total outbound traffic has grown by 7% over January-October 1997. Europe is the largest generator of air traffic at 9.5 million travelers, up over 9% for the period. Central America has seen the fast growth, at almost 20% through October 1998, although it is only the fifth largest region for overseas travel. Overseas excludes Canada and Mexico.
The website release is ONLY a summary of the 1998 monthly data issued in TI's "U.S. International Air Travel Statistics Report." This in-depth statistical report is sold to subscribers. In addition to providing U.S. citizen outbound data by world region, the full report provides numerous subsets of air traffic figures for U.S. international arrival and departure flights.
For additional information on Tourism Industries' "U.S. International Air Travel Statistics Report" and data base, please visit our website. You can find this information by going directly to: http://tinet.ita.doc.gov/research/programs/i92/index.html
This report can be purchased on a monthly, quarterly, or annual subscription. See the "publication section" in the page listed above. In addition, if you are new to TI News, please review the 11/23/98 story on the I-92 data base in the TI News archives at: https://travel.trade.gov/tinews/archive/index.html
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