The National Travel and Tourism Office has over 1,200 products available, including arrivals data, forecasts, visitation estimates for travel to states and cities, profiles of specific inbound markets, data on U.S. travel abroad, marketing data, export assistance and policy publications, and more.
In addition to the links above, if you wish to order publications from us, all of our data is found under the research program that produced it.
- To find reports sold on international arrivals to the USA, go to: The I-94’s Most Current Publications
To learn more about the program that produced this data, go to: Visitor Arrivals Program (I-94 Form)
- To find reports sold on the traveler characteristics, visitation patterns and spending of international travelers to and from the USA, go to: In-Flight Survey’s Most Current Publications
To learn more about the program that produced this data, go to: Survey of International Air Travelers (In-Flight Survey) Program
- To find reports sold that provide international air traffic statistics broken out by citizenship, country and U.S. and foreign airports, go to: The I-92’s Most Current Publications
To learn more about the program that produced this data, go to: U.S. International Air Traveler Statistics (I-92) Program
- To find out the travel trade’s short term forecast for travel to the US, barriers, perspective on destinations of interest for selected top markets, go to: The Travel Barometer’s Most Current Subscription Options
To learn more about the program that produced this data, go to: Travel Barometer Program
If you have any questions about NTTO reports or would like additional information on the report or program that is not found on this website, please e-mail the NTTO staff at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also call (202) 482-0140 and if a staff member is available, we will try to respond to your questions. Or, fax you questions to: (202) 482-2887.
Please note, NTTO uses the sale of this data to help fund the programs that provide this data. Without sales, we would have less information for you to use.