DHS I-94 Record of Arrival to the US:
NTTO works cooperatively with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to release I-94 arrivals data, providing a comprehensive count of all travelers entering the United States.
For data and more information on the I-94 program click here.
Forecast of International Visitors to the U.S.:
The National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) prepares an annual forecast of visitor volumes from top countries to coincide with the Travel Outlook Forum annual conference held in October.
2019 International Visitor Forecast
US International Air Travel Statistics Program (I-92 data):
NTTO uses data collected from the Department of Homeland Security - Customs and Border Protections’s Advance Passenger Information System (APIS). The APIS based I-92 system provides air traffic data on the following parameters: number of passengers, by country, airport, scheduled or chartered, U.S. Flag, foreign flag, citizens and non-citizens.
For specific information on the U.S. International Air Travel Statistics (“I-92” data) Program, click here.
Survey of International Air Travelers (SIAT):
The Survey of International Air Travelers is an on-going primary research program which gathers statistical data about air passenger travelers in international markets. Survey data provides information on passenger trip planning, travel patterns, demographics and spending.
For detailed information and data from the SIAT program, click here.
NTTO provides market intelligence and statistics to the U.S. travel and tourism industry to help identify international markets where their goods and services would be well received.
Market Profiles of Overseas Visitors
Profiles by Country:
- Argentina, Australia , Brazil , Canada , Chile , China , Colombia , Ecuador, France, Germany , India , Ireland , Italy , Japan, Mexico (air), Netherlands, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, Venezuela
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Market Profiles of U.S. Visitors Overseas:
International Travel Receipts and Payments Program:
The International Travel Receipts and Payments Program provides information on U.S. travel and tourism receipts by international visitors in the United States (exports), payments by U.S. residents abroad (imports), and the balance of trade for major world regions and select countries.
For more information on the International Travel Receipts and Payments Program, as well as additional data and regional and country timelines, click here.
Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts (TTSA):
Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts form an indispensable statistical instrument that allows the United States to measure the relative size and importance of the travel and tourism industry, along with its contribution to gross domestic product (GDP). Approved by the United Nations in March 2002 and endorsed by the U.N. Statistical Commission, TTSAs have become the international standard by which travel and tourism is measured.
Based on, and an extension of, the U.S. Input-Output Accounts (I-O), the U.S. travel and tourism satellite accounts enable the Department of Commerce to accurately measure the aggregate travel and tourism industry. More importantly, TTSAs allow the Department to measure the travel and tourism industries’ competitiveness relative to other U.S. industries, along with measuring the overall competitiveness of the United States relative to other countries.
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