Monthly Tourism Statistics
Table C
Non-Resident Arrivals to the U.S.
By world region/country of residence
2001 (Revised) *

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Month/Quarter

Eastern Europe

Asia

Middle East

Africa

Oceania

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% Change

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JANUARY 32,456 7.7 616,093 15.7 57,572 8.4 21,763 16.3 55,224 7.4
FEBRUARY 26,545 8.0 555,016 -2.7 41,165 6.8 15,079 6.6 38,523 -7.4
MARCH 36,485 7.5 625,678 0.9 57,607 5.1 21,895 -7.0 46,562 -3.9
1ST QUARTER 95,486 7.7 1,796,787 4.3 156,344 6.7 58,737 4.1 140,309 -0.8

APRIL 31,993 0.2 555,651 -1.8 45,004 -9.5 23,060 -0.8 50,928 -18.7
MAY 34,524 -4.4 608,324 -6.5 52,746 -2.0 27,551 7.3 59,987 -16.2
JUNE 47,870 6.7 641,798 -4.0 75,067 7.4 30,425 8.7 63,575 -12.4
2ND QUARTER 114,387 1.3 1,805,773 -4.2 172,817 -0.4 81,036 5.3 174,490 -15.6

JULY 44,912 -3.2 691,464 -3.9 97,286 2.8 32,642 3.0 59,352 -10.7
AUGUST 36,167 1.7 775,516 3.0 86,504 11.9 37,520 15.9 56,810 -4.6
SEPTEMBER 26,554 -25.8 394,676 -44.0 44,987 -22.7 21,880 -18.9 51,442 -40.2
3RD QUARTER 107,633 -8.6 1,861,656 -14.5 228,777 -0.6 92,042 1.1 167,604 -21.0

OCTOBER 23,686 -36.6 249,815 -59.2 30,344 -46.7 18,317 -20.9 35,645 -43.8
NOVEMBER 20,228 -37.3 246,511 -57.1 26,544 -40.7 15,082 -20.4 28,090 -41.5
DECEMBER 23,254 -29.6 354,958 -39.1 29,330 -41.7 21,852 -24.4 40,171 -32.6
4TH QUARTER 67,168 -34.6 851,284 -51.9 86,218 -43.3 55,251 -22.2 103,906 -39.3

YEAR-TO-DATE 384,674 -8.8 6,315,500 -16.4 644,156 -8.3 287,066 -2.8 586,309 -19.8

*The 2001 monthly arrivals for September - December 2001 have been revised and are now final arrival figures. The reason for the revision was due to a Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) policy change after September 11, 2001. Starting in September 2001, transit passengers as well as visitors to the United States must complete an INS I-94 entry form. To keep the data comparable and provide information on only travelers who visited the country, the transit passengers must be deleted from the arrival counts. So, OTTI obtained additional INS data to eliminate the transit passengers from the arrival counts. This was done by matching the arrival record to the departure record for all travelers to the USA. By reviewing the length of stay, transit passengers could be eliminated from the counts. The revised data is not directly comparable to previous arrival counts.