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TABLE I.2 U.S. PORT OF ENTRY (ALL MODES) OF NON-RESIDENT ARRIVALS
December 2008 Year-to-Date
PORTS 2008 TOTAL OVERSEAS % change 2008/2007 Rank
GRAND TOTAL 25,341,451 6%  
NEW YORK, NY 4,255,262 12% 1
MIAMI, FL 3,097,120 9% 2
LOS ANGELES, CA 2,345,741 2% 3
NEWARK, NJ 1,834,483 15% 4
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 1,422,728 8% 5
CHICAGO, IL 1,347,963 4% 6
HONOLULU, HI 1,314,662 -10% 7
ATLANTA, GA 1,064,096 13% 8
AGANA, GU 976,620 -8% 9
WASHINGTON, DC 836,176 8% 10
ORLANDO, FL 708,337 20% 11
HOUSTON, TX 549,496 11% 12
BOSTON, MA 532,013 2% 13
DETROIT, MI 529,948 3% 14
PHILADELPHIA, PA 427,212 26% 15

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, ITA, Office of Travel & Tourism Industries from the Summary of International Travel to the U.S. (I-94) report.

* Overseas includes all countries except Canada and Mexico

Note: This is one column from a report containing 29 tables of international arrivals data.
         Forty ports of entry are tracked each month by world region and select countries.

Release date: March 2009

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