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2005 Profile of U.S. Resident Travelers Visiting Overseas Destinations - Outbound (Page 1 of 8)

Reported From: Survey of International Travelers

U.S. RESIDENT TRAVELERS TO
OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS: (1)
Total Number of Travelers (2)
All
U.S. Travelers
28,787,000
Region/State/City of Residence (3)
 
New England
7%
   Connecticut
3%
   Massachusetts
3%
       Boston
2%
 
 
Middle Atlantic
29%
   New York
21%
       New York City
15%
       Nassau
4%
   New Jersey
5%
   Pennsylvania
3%
       Philadelphia
2%
 
 
East North Central
10%
   Illinois
5%
       Chicago
3%
   Ohio
2%
 
 
West North Central
2%
 
 
South Atlantic
15%
   Florida
6%
       Miami
2%
   D.C. Metro Area
4%
   Virginia
3%
   Maryland
2%
 
 
East South Central
2%
 
 
West South Central
7%
   Texas
6%
       Houston
2%
       Dallas
2%
 
 
Mountain
4%
 
 
Pacific
23%
   California
20%
       Los Angeles
4%
       San Francisco
4%
       San Jose
2%
       Oakland
3%
   Washington
2%

Footnotes:

(1)  Estimates are listed if they comprise at least 2% of the 28,787,000 U.S. residents visiting overseas destinations in 2005.

(2)  Percentages listed in this profile can be converted into estimated numbers by multiplying the percentage by 28,787,000 (total U.S. residents visiting overseas destinations),
     23,922,000 (83.1% Leisure/Visit Friends/Relatives) and 7,830,000 (27.2% Business/Convention).

(3)  Multiple responses possible for this travel attribute.

(4)  Subject to revision.

(5)  Trip payment method reflects the proportion of total spending made using the payment method.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, ITA, Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, "In-Flight Survey," May 2006.



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