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January 13, 2014
U.S. Citizen International Travel Increased Four Percent in October 2013
U.S. outbound totaled 51.8 million for 2013, up one percent
October 2013/2012 Comparisons
U.S. travel to overseas markets(1) totaled 2.1 million, up four percent in October and one percent for the year (24.5 million). Regional results for the month were as follows:
U.S. travel to other North American markets totaled 2.3 million and was up five percent compared to October 2012. Travel to Canada and Mexico for the year (27.3 million) was up two percent.
October 2013 YTD Market Share
U.S. travel to overseas locations accounted for 47 percent of U.S. outbound international travel.
North American markets received 53 percent of all U.S. international outbound travel.
Note 1: An early Easter/Passover in 2012 accounted for shift in traffic; March 31, 2013 vs. April 8, 2012.
For detailed information and data tables please visit: http://travel.trade.gov/view/m-2013-O-001/index.html
NTTO reports U.S. outbound travel monthly by all modes, expanding beyond air-only traffic. Total departure 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 on receipt of aggregate data from Stats Canada and Banco de Mexico.
U.S. Department of Commerce
(1) Overseas markets reflect non-stop air-only data. A portion of the non-stop passenger traffic to Europe will not visit Europe, but will connect through one of Europe's airline hubs (LHR, AMS, FRA, CDG, MAD, etc.) to Africa and the Middle East. The adjustment to these regions, reflecting visitation (1+ nights), occurs after year-end data is compiled.