|Survey of International Air Travelers (In-Flight Survey) Program|
The 2004 annual In-Flight Survey data and reports are scheduled for release as follows:
Prices for calendar year 2004 reports are listed below.
The Office of Travel & Tourism Industries (OTTI) offers two payment options at the time of order. Customers can select to be invoiced or can pay with a credit card. The product will be mailed as soon as it becomes available.”
|Historical Publications Current Historical|
1Non-resident overseas travelers to the U.S. which provides states and cities visited by overseas travelers from eleven world regions. Up to 20 country profiles are available, along with 11 additional subsets of data on 35 different traveler characteristics, in this data report to assist you in understanding the international traveler market
2U.S. residents traveling overseas from top origin states and cities of residence and to the 11 destination world regions. Select country data, along with 12 additional subsets by 32 traveler characteristics, provides profiles of the U.S. resident outbound traveler.
3A Country report provides detail of travelers from the country of origin to the U.S. There are twelve cross tab banner column headings with 35 different tables relating to questions on the Survey. With this report, one can develop profiles of business, leisure, package and other subsets of the traveler to the United States from the country of origin.4These reports provide a profile of the overseas traveler to the top U.S. states and cities visited. Included are 35 traveler characteristics in a format similar to other in-flight survey reports. Also included (and not found in the inbound national report) is an estimate for overall nights in the destination. This report is an excellent way to see what the profile of the overseas traveler is for each of the cities listed to identify possible partners, and see the overall profile of overseas travelers to the top 12 cities.