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The United States’ National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) has revealed that based on February 2014 figures, international air traffic totaled 28.5 million passengers, with
European traffic up s

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The United States’ National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) has revealed that based on February 2014 figures, international air traffic totaled 28.5 million passengers, with
European traffic up six percent, Asian up by five percent and Middle East up by 13 percent.

According to NTTO, international air traffic to/from the United States totaled 28.5million passengers through February 2014, a seven percent increase over February 2013 year-to-date. U.S. citizen travel (11.9 million) was up seven percent and comprised 42 percent of all air traffic. However, non-U.S. citizen air travelers (16.6 million) increased by six percent maintaining their market share at 58 percent.

NTTO’s report revealed that U.S. airlines carried 15.0 million passengers, up five percent, their share declined to 53 percent. Foreign flags carried 13.4 million passengers, up almost nine percent from same period 2013.

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Overseas air traffic accounted for 20.4 million passengers, 72 percent of all international, and grew by six percent. U.S. citizen travel (8.6 million) increased five percent and comprised 42 percent of overseas air traffic. Non-U.S. citizen air travelers (11.7 million) increased by six percent, increasing their market share to 58 percent.

U.S. airlines carried 10.3 million passengers, up four percent, their share dropping from 52 to 51 percent. Foreign flags carried 10.0 million passengers, up eight percent from February 2013 ytd.

Canadian air traffic accounted for 4.3 million passengers, 15 percent of all international traffic, and increased by five percent. U.S. citizen travel (788,000) increased four percent and comprised 19 percent of air traffic. Canadian, and other foreign national citizen air travelers transiting through Canada (3.5 million), increased by five percent. Market share remained unchanged.

U.S. flags carried 1.7 million passengers, up almost one percent from 2013, and their share declined to 41 percent. Foreign flags carried 2.5 million passengers, up eight percent.

Mexico air traffic accounted for 3.9 million passengers, 13 percent of all international traffic, and was up 13 percent. U.S. citizen travel (2.5 million) increased 15 percent and comprised 65 percent of all air traffic. Mexicans, and other foreign national air travelers (1.4 million) transiting through Mexico, increased by 11 percent, market share down to 35 percent.

According to NTTO, U.S. flags carried 3.0 million passengers, up 11 percent from 2013, and their share dropped from 79 to 77 percent. Foreign flags carried 878,000 passengers, up 22 percent increasing share to 23 percent.

Top 10 Foreign Airports (Passenger Traffic to/From U.S.):
10.9 million Passengers, 38% of Total Air Traffic

Airport – Passengers – % Chg y-o-y

1. London Heathrow (LHR) 1,836,298 4.5%
2.トロント(YYZ)1,740,958 5.2%
3. Tokyo Narita (NRT) 1,514,454 0.2%
4.カンクン(CUN)1,171,895 10.6%
5. Mexico City (MEX) 968,140 12.7%
6. Incheon (ICT) 832,048 5.8%
7. Frankfurt (FRT) 802,420 3.5%
8. Paris/de Gaulle (CDG) 758,364 10.7%
9. Vancouver (YVR) 710,133 6.5%
10. Montreal (YUL) 587,215 4.0%

Top 10 U.S. Airports (Passenger Traffic to/From Foreign Airports):
19.6 million Passengers, 68% of Total Air Traffic

Airport – Passengers – % Chg y-o-y

1.ニューヨーク(JFK)3,681,289 6.1%
2.マイアミ(MIA)3,426,422 4.3%
3.ロサンゼルス(LAX)2,836,812 10.3%
4. Newark (EWR) 1,572,841 -2.2%
5.アトランタ(ATL)1,567,412 9.7%
6.シカゴ(ORD)1,536,993 8.9%
7.ヒューストン(IAH)1,499,031 11.0%
8.サンフランシスコ(SFO)1,449,705 10.2%
9.ダラスフォートワース(DFW)1,057,042 11.9%
10. Washington Dulles (IAD) 929.758 4.1%

Top 10 Airlines Serving U.S. International Non-Stop Markets: 16.9 million Passengers, 59% of Total Air Traffic

Airline – Passengers – % Chg y-o-y

1.ユナイテッド航空4,351,804%
2.アメリカン航空3,544,419%
3.デルタ航空3,212,777%
4.USエアウェイズ1,122,408-4.2%
5. British Airways 949,143 5.6%
6. Air Canada 927,414 -20.4%
7. JetBlue 809,607 21.4%
8. West Jet 808,383 10.4%
9. Lufthansa 665,339 2.5%
10. AeroMexico 528,192 28.8%

NTTO says it will publish the February U.S. Citizen Outbound, all mode travel, when aggregate Canadian and Mexican departure data has been processed from Stats Canada and Banco de Mexico, respectively. (U.S. Citizen outbound is a component in the estimation of U.S. travel ‘imports’. For 2014, January, see: http://travel.trade.gov/view/m-2014-O-001/index.html

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