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U.S. airborne exports and general imports
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United States airborne exports and general imports
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Shipping weight and value, customs district and continent
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June 1976
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Began with Jan. 1974
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-1976.
General Note:
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General Note:
"FT 986."

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U.S. AIRBORNE

AND GENERAL


EXPORT

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Weight


and


Value;


Customs


District


and


Continent


This report presents statistics on U.S. exports from and
imports into the U.S. Customs territory (includes the 50
States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico) by air.
The data have been compiled primarily from export


declarations and import entries during the regular processing
of statistics on foreign trade shipments. Effective January
1975, this report presents data for all individual ports (and
Customs districts) through which air shipments were made.


Prior to January


1975 data were shown only for those


Customs districts having combined exports and imports by
air valued at $1.5 million or more during the preceding


calendar year.
presented in


Districts


January


A complete
Schedule D,


list of districts and ports is
Classification of U.S. Customs


and Ports for U.S. For
, 1974 edition, as amended.


eign


Trade


Statistics.


well as certain types of transactions not considered to be of
statistical significance, such as personal and household
effects.

The value reported in the export statistics generally is
equivalent to the f.a.s. (free alongside ship' value at the U.S.
port of export, based on the transaction pi;ce. including


inland


freight t,


insurance, and other


charges incurred in


placing the merchandise alongside the carrier at the U.S.
port of exportation. For exports by air, the port of lading
shown in this report is the port where the merchandise is
loaded on the aircraft which takes the goods out of the
country.

For security reasons, certain commodities are designated
as Special Category commodities, for which security regula-
tions place restrictions upon the type of export information


Exports


that may be released.


The data shown in this report for


individual Customs ports, districts and continents exclude


These statistics represent exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise combined and include government and non-
government shipments of merchandise by air from the
United States to foreign countries. The statistics, therefore,


exports
shipping


of Special
weight an


Category


,d value


commodities,


totals


for Special


iut overall
Category


commodities are shown. A list of Special Category commod-
ities may be obtained from the Bureau of the Census.


include
Program


Department
Grant-Aid


Defense


shipments,


Military


shipments


Assistance
economic


Effective January


than Canada


reflect


1975, the statistics for countries other


fully compiled data


for shipments


assistance under the Foreign Assistance Act. and shipments


of agricultural commodities under P.L.


480 (The


Agricul-


tural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as


valued $1,000 and over combined with estimated data for
shipments valued from $251-$999. based on a 50-percent
sample of such shipments. Prior to January 1975, estimated


amended)


and related


laws. Shipments


to U.S. Armed


data for countries other than


Canada


were based on a


Forces and diplomatic missions abroad for their own use are
not included in the export statistics. U.S. trade with Puerto
Rico and U.S. possessions and trade between U.S. posses-


sons are


not included in this report, but exports from


Puerto Rico to foreign countries are included. Merchandise


shipped


through


the United States in


transit


from one


foreign country to another, when documented as such with
U.S. Customs, is excluded. The statistics in this report also
exclude shipments by mail and parcel post and exports of
aircraft flown out of the country under their own power, as


50-percent


sample of shipments valued S251-S499 while


data for shipments valued $500 and over were fully
compiled. For Canada, the statistics continue to reflect fully
compiled data for shipments valued S2.000 and over
combined with estimated data for shipments valued from
$251-S1,999, based on a 10-percent sample of such ship-
ments. Shipping weight and value data for major aggregates
are also estimated for shipments valued under S251. These
estimates are not included in the data shown for individual
Customs ports and districts.


Inquiries concerning these figures should be addressed to the Chief, Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the
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Since the export figures shown include estimates based
on a sample of low-valued shipments, they are subject to


some


degree


of sampling


variability.


The table below


provides a rough guide to the general level of sampling
variability of value totals, on a 2 chances out of 3 basis.
Usually the higher value figures will have the lower percent
sampling errors.


Imports

These statistics represent general imports, which are a
combination of imports for immediate consumption and


entries


into bonded


warehouses.


The statistics


include


government as well as nongovernment shipments of mer-
chandise by air from foreign countries to the United States.


Value
"Total"


totals
and "
t


America


o


North
f :


31,000,000 and over


S500,000-31


000.000


o100,000-8500,000


520,000-:100,000


Cells


under


520,000


However,


Proportion
sampling va


under
2


under
5;


of cells with


riability


under
10~


under
20


1.00


1.00


American


goods returned


Forces for their own use are exclude


by the U.S. Armed
ed. U.S. trade with


Puerto Rico and with U.S. possessions and trade between
U.S. possessions are not included in this report. but imports


into Puerto


Rico from foreign


countries are


included.


Merchandise shipped through the United States in transit
from one foreign country to another, when documented as
such with U.S. Customs, is not reported as imports and is
excluded from the data. Imports by mail and parcel post
and imports of aircraft flown into the United States under
their own power are also excluded from this report as well
as certain transactions not considered to be of statistical
significance, such as personal and household effects.

The Customs value shown in this report represents the
value of imports as appraised by the U.S. Customs Service in
accordance with the legal requirements of Sections 402 and


402a of the


1.00


Are likely to have


ampling variability from
3,000 to 315,000


Tariff


Act of 1930. as amended. It may be


based on the foreign market value, export value, construct-
ed value. American selling price, etc. It generally represents
a value in the foreign country, and therefore excludes U.S.
import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred
in bringing the merchandise to the United States. This
valuation is primarily used for collection of import duties
and frequently does not reflect the actual transaction value.


totals


continents of South


America,


Asia,


Europe,


Australia and


Oceania


and


Africa of:


:5300,000 and


over


S1I00,000-.,3 00,000


$20,000-S 100,000




Under t)20,000


Cells of


Are likely to have sampling
variability of:


For imports by air, the port of unlading shown in this
report is the port where the merchandise is unloaded from
the aircraft which brings the goods to the United States.


statistics


than 2<


than


with


over half


of the totals less than 2<


Generally


less than 10


shown


for individual


Customs


ports and


districts represent fully compiled data for shipments valued
$251 and over. Data for shipments valued under S251,
reported on formal and informal entries (informal entries
generally contain items valued under S25I1) are estimated
from a I-percent sample following standard practice. Sepa-
rate shipping weight and value estimates for shipments
valued under S251 are shown. The shipping weight data are
estimated from the values on the basis of constants that
have been derived from an observation of the value-weight
relationships in past periods.


with over half of


totals


less than


Generally :500 to $5,000


Generally


less than -:500


Since the statistics showing total value of imports by all
carriers include sample estimates, they are subject to
sampling variability. In general, the higher value figures will


have the lower


percent sampling errors.


Value totals of


S500,000 and over will generally have a sampling variability
of less than 3 percent; value totals of under $500.000 will
generally have a sampling variability of less than S50.000.


Value










Shipping Weight


Sources of Error in the Statistics


Shipping weight figures, shown for both imports and
exports, represent the gross weight of shipments, including
the weight of moisture content, wrappings, crates, boxes,
and containers (other than containers such as cargo vans and
similar substantial outer containers used for containerized
cargo).


The sampling variability applicable to the dollar figures
will provide an approximate guide to the reliability of th
matching shipping weight figures. For technical reasons, the
sampling variability of the shipping weight will be somewhat
more than for the dollar value figures.


Monthly import and export figures are subject to the
possibility of errors which may arise from various sources.
Among these are errors in the reporting and/or processing of
information as to value, shipping weight and other statistical
factors, month of inclusion, and errors which may result
from the sampling of certain import and export shipments,
discussed above. In the case of imports the information as
to value (and commodity classification, country of origin,
and net quantity) is verified by Customs officials on entries
filed for transactions valued over $250 which are ordinarily
subject to examination for Customs appraisement purposes,
thus considerably reducing the possibility of error. In
addition, the procedures used to compile both the import
and export statistics include clerical and computer process-
ing checks designed to protect the accuracy of the statistics
to the fullest practicable extent.












U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Table 1.


JUNE 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


)a 1sho~ n ri~pxc~ cri


dfltI ton' 4fl~


on tront pAge for information on coverage


definition of f.a.s.


under '251 are excluded


export


from all district


RHOE ISLAN!n


ISLA


.inr port


TOTAL,


ALL CARPIEPS.


2 U.S. FLAG CARRIERS


MAI>;~
MAINE


3 PORTLAND,
4 RANrGOR,


BOSTON,


BOSTON,


LA,~RENCE,


LOGAN AIRPORT


9 PROVIDEtCE,.


PROVItE&CE, RHHrSE


CONNECTICUT.
CONNECTICUT.


NEW YORK


POINT,


FALL%


BRIOGEPORT,
HdATFORfb

OGr)ENSSURC,


CH A"IP L A I N-ROU SE


CLAYTON,


BUFFALO,


'EA YORK


NEw YORK.


PUFRAL0-NIA3A~A


ROCHESTER,
SYRACUSE,


NEW YOPK. .
NEW YnRK .


NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK.
NFi YORK, NEW YORK


NEWARK,
JOHN F.


PNILADELPPI
PHILADELP
WILMINGTO
PITTS"URG
HARPISBUR

BALTIMORE,
BALTIMORE


NORFOLK,
NORFOLK


NEW JERSEY


KEN'liEO


MASSACHUSFTTS.


*


MASSACHUSETTS.


Shipping weight


Total


U.S, flag
carriers


41 049


a a a a *


MA S C SETTSTS


ND .


* S S S

k ..
^'. Y. .
* S S *


Sii
* a a a S
1 *


NK Y. a
* S S .

* S S *
* a a
* *
P a S
IMPORT. .


* a S S ft
A a
* a a S
* S S
* a S

* ft
* S


* S S


e


IMTI


* S
L. A


PFNNSYLVANIA
A, PENNSYLVANI
OELAWARE .
oENNSYLVANIA.
PENNSYLVANIA


MARYLAND.
, MAPYLAND.


VIRGINIA. .
, VIRAINIA, .


CHARLESTON, SOUTH


CAROLINA


CHARLFSTOA, SOUTH CAH nLIN,


SAVANN'AH,,


GEORGIA.


BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA


SAVANNAH,
ATLANTA,


TAMPA, F
TAMIPA,


,rEO~rGIA.
GE~oRGI


LORIDA
FLOIr~A


RT. PETERSBUR
PORT CANAVERA


MOBILE, A
r3OSILE,


LARAMA.
ALA A A


'FLORIDA.
FLORIDA.

* S S a
* a a *


Unrth
America


26 398

10 710


Ib 669

3 363


(1.000


pounds


hurope


46 437

14 744


22 648

7 999


29 488


See footnotes at end of table.


2 988

1 004











JUNE 1976


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Lading by Continent (F.a.s. Value Basis


value, and


error in th c dta.


Sltipmtcnt S


of Special


Category


commod it ies


SrC cecluc ed


from alt 4is rilrcl~


E~st Imatlcd


data and from data for I.S. flag carriers)


\llep 1 *OOB


shipmeni


1 401 060


50 392

4
50 370


U.S.ir


466 257


Amerl.Ci


14? P7

67 461


20 183
8
4
20 171


108 560

31 493


Furope


657 427

18P 540


384 911

140 239


3Q 616
5

39 612


2 073


44 992

1e 306


47 570

17 175


1 866


1 866


668 354
1 072
4 788
66? 494


10 247
181
8
10 058


25 a71
104
22
25 141


10 087
21
8
10 058


43 214
3

43 211


445 646
209

445 437

4 407
4 316


91


26 018
34
22
25 962


10 056


10 056











U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Table 1.


JUNE 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


and fore gin rmtrchindis combined.


on front paige for


Informant ion on coverage,
valued under >'251 aret


defniltiU n of f.a.s. export
r\tcluded from all district


C'us~ai lrnst I1( nti I nn po


EL PASO,
DENVER,

SAN DIEGO
SAN DIE


ANGELES,
OS ANGLE
OS ANGEL


TOCKTO
ARTINE
UISUN


AS .
LORADO


ONA .
IZONA .

CALIFORNIA.
, CALIFORNI
INTL. AIRP


CALIFOI
INTL.
, CALII
IFORNI
IFORNI,
ALIFORI

N .
GON


LE, WASHINGTON.
TITLE, WASHINGTON
INE, WASHINGTON
RETT, WASHINGTON
KANE, WASHINGTON
TTLE-TACOMA INTL


* a .
* S C


RNIA. .
AIRPORT. .
FORNIA. .
A .
A .

NIA


S .






* AIRPORT '


ANCHORAGE, ALAS
FAIRBANKS, AL
ANCHORAGE. AL


HONOLULU, HAWAII
HONOLULU, HAWAII .
HONOLULU INTL. AIR


ALLS, M
FALLS,


ONTANA
MONTAN


* NORTH DAKOTA
NA. NORTH DAKO


MINNEAPOL
MINNEAP

DULUTH, M
DULUTH,
INTL, F


A, .
ER, M


* C S S S
* a a *


Shipping weig ht


'.S, flag
clrriers


( 1,000 pounds)


Europe


lustralia
and
Oceania


See footnotes at end of table.


(i)~lr ,I ihrrl\ ii










JUNE 1976


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Lading by Continent (F.a.s. Value Basis)-Continued
value, and sources of error in the data. Shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from all district and continent data. Estimated shipments
data and from data lotr U.S flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total
Australia
North South
Europe Asia and Africa
America America
All U.S. flag Oceania
carriers carriers


4 484
4 484

18 034
1 526
60
17R
779
15 491

978
3
975

3 237

3 234


48 719
2
48 717


3
3

9
9














107 36
4
107 32










U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Table 1.


JUNE 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


(tiata n horn represent domestic


aind foreign merchandise combined.


See the statement


on front page for


information on coverage, definition of f
valued under $251 are excluded from


,a.s. export
all district


district and


port


91 MILWAUKEE, W
92 MILWAUKEE,
93 MANITOWOC,

94 DETROIT, MIC
95 DETROIT, M


CAGO, ILLINO
HICAGO, ILLI
EORIA, ILLIN
AST CHICAGO,
'HARE INTL.


VELAND, OHI
LEVELAND, 0
INCINNATI,
AYTON, OHIO
RIE, PENNSY
ANDUSKY, OH
NDIANAPOLIS


ST. LOUIS
KANSAS
ST. LOU


MIAMI, F
MIAMI,
KEY WE
PORT E
WEST P
MIAMI


0. .
HIO. .
OHIO .


LVANIA .
IO
, INDIANA.


ISSOUR


DA .
ORIDA. .
DES, FLORI
ACH, FLORI
AIRPORT.


D. C.
0., C.
VIRGIN


SHIPMENTS


Shipping weight


Total


1.S. flag
carriers


11 253
18
45
(Z)
11 190


20 737
18
5
81
29
20 604


9 321


( NA)


4 521


South
America


10 769
(Z)
(1)
9

10 759


(1,000 pounds)


Europe


2 026


Asia


1 320


Oceania


Represents zero.
than 500 pounds or $500.


D Data withheld to avoid disclosure of information for security reasons. MA Not available.


X Not applicable.


Africa


SAN JUAN, PUERTO
SAN JUAN INTL.


119 IHOUSTON,


TEXAS


HOUSTON, TEXA
TULSA, OKLAHO
DALLAS-FORT W
AMARILLO, TEX


WASHINGTON,
WASHINGTON,
ALEXANDRIA,


127 SHIPMENTS UNDER 251


128 SPECIAL


CATEGORY


Z Less










U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Lading by Continent (F.a.s. Value Basis)-Continued
*valut, nd sourcIs of orror in th. dti. S-pnt of Special Cati-orv commodities >r ls \ udel f rorn ill +disrict ancd o nt nenT data.
data and from dntj (or *S. flag carriers)


\al ie I1,000 doll ars


[

All
carriers


115 t9n
1 219
352
1
114 3ip


29 994

14 72u


S 13
rCal'rrier


43 i25
1 166
352
1
52 306


NA)

4 9ir2


21 'c9t
5?


IIsl


5u 914
i
1
75

5U t36


jr1 ;4o


Surope


11 OPbC

59 832
';r

1


7 o12
752


13



32?
15o


6 44J


t 440-




3 $25I


7 587


30 1?4
1 1-0


23 9?4


klits, r.5il

Osorani a


5 916


(Uj)


JUNE 1976


2 292


1 jQo,










U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Table


JUNE 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


(See the


tatnrm nr n n front paze for informal ion on coverage, definition of Customs import value and sources of error in


the data.


Estimated shipments valued
some shipments not


and port


2 U.S. FLAG CARRIERS .

3 PORTLAND MAINE. .
4 BANGOR, MAINE. .

5 ST. ALBANS, VERMONT. .
6 ST. ALBANS VERMONT.
7 BEECHER FALLS, VERMONT
8 BURLINGTON, VERMONT. .
9 DERBY LINE, VERMONT.
10 NORTON VERMONT. .

11 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. ,
12 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
13 NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETT
14 LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS.
15 LOGAN AIRPORT. .

16 PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
17 PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND


BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT,
BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.


* S


* S S
* S S .
a a a S .
* 5 4 S S SI

* S S S
* S S S S
N Y. ,


BUFFALO, NEW YORK. .
BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. .
OSWEGO, NEW YORK .
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK .

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK. .
NEW YORK, NEW YORK .
ALBANY NEW YORK .
JOHN F. KENNEDY INTL. AIRPORT.

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ,
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE .
PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. .
WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PA.


BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND,

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. ,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. .
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGIN
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG,


WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA.


Shipping wvcnht (1,000 pounds)


All
carriers


95 233


40 825
125
4
40 696


r.S. flag
carriers


40 044


19 719
59

19 660


12 126

4 474


America


9 789

3 531


Europe


35 024

13 443


2 17


23 181
86
(Z)
23 094


Asia


37 090

18 316


11 882
32
1
11 849


See footnotes at end of table.


TOTAL, ALL


CARRIERS.


Africa


NEW HAVEN.


OGDENSBURG, NEW
MASSENA, NEW
CHAMPLAIN-ROU


CONNECTICUT


YORK .
YORK.,
SES POINT,










JUNE 1976


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)


under '25$ are excluded from
identiflable by cont nent)


all district


from data for U.S. flag carriers.


Data in the columns


headed


all carriers


and It Si a fla g carrI.~rs


Value (1.000n


Total


All
carriers


896 027


24 793
187

4
24 548


428 604
2 378
4 222
426 222


P.S. fIa
carriers


375 805


190 822
718

190 101


67 667

31 753


41 126

15 605


23 890

23 890


Europe


381 870

165 179


21 919
54


21 865


263 342
1 j474
(Z2
261 868


367 897

157 422


101 631
863
3
100 765


Australia
and
Oceania


63j19

3 0]


Africa


31 099

2 808


23 877
2

23 876











U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


JUNE 1976


Table


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


(Sehe stat rmrnm on flint pte ro,' 1 ntormai ion n COittiIZC, defini t io


(ustomhV ;> t rdict and port


WILMI GTON, NOR1H
BEAUFORT-MOREHEA
CHARLOTTE, NORTH


CHARLEST
CHARGE
GREEN


CAROLINA--CON.
D CITY, N. C.
CAROLINA.


SOUTH CAROLINA
N, SOUTH CAROLIN
E-SPARTANBURG,


SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA


TAMPA, FLORIDA .
TAMPA, FLORIDA .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA.

MOBILE, ALABAMA.. .
MOBILE, ALABAMA. .
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA .

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA .
MORGAN CITY, LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE


68 PORT ARTHUR, TE
69 PORT ARTHUR,


LAREDO
BROW
LARGE
HILD


TEXAS.
VILLE,
* TEXA
0, TEX


SAN ANTONIO,


EL PASO, T
EL PASO,
DENVER,


FYA


TEXAS .
OLORADO .


IFORNIA
ALIFORN


ARIZONA
, ARIZONA .
* ARIZONA


ANGELES
S ANGEL
NG BEACH
S ANGEL
S VEGAS


N FRANCISC
SAN FRANCI
SAN FRANCS
OAKLAND, C
SACRAMENTO
SALT LAKE


* *.

* C S
* C *
* C S *


CALIFORNIA .
I CALIFORNIA.
CALIFORNIA
INTL. AIRPORT.
NEVADA. .

* CALIFORNIA. ,
CO INTL. AIRPORT.
CO, CALIFORNIA. .
LIFORNIA. .
CALIFORNIA
ITY, UTAH


RENO, NEVADA


'tistoms import vatlut Aiin sour'"me of error in


Shli~,: pi:, nj I~


All
cTarriers


15.S flag
cafrlers


south
America


Estimated shipments valued
some shipments not


00 ;j S r~ ilrl


f urope


Asia


lust,1i


Africa


See footnotes at end ff table.










JUNE 1976


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued


under 25 Are rxc1hde froarerim


a1 1 dIjt st ric


dat a


And from data tor U.S.


flag carriers.


ill (air, crs


.'orr .S,


I lage rra 'r'>


irden I I tAbl


\.Il Ue I.O dot hr,( irllr


or 1al


All
c-irritrs


34 845
109
1 506
33 230
1

44 952
44 221
162
484
77
5
3


1 890


l urope


16 336
21
1 197
15 118


97 288
661
9 075
87 553


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U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


JUNE 1976


Table


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


Impart du 'ii taire

P54 i,lir ed shll pmrnns vIAlued
s4l4nl shl preiens not


tllrrl> d'> un1 p ii ~ rt


LAND,
OS BAy
RTLAND


COMA
AINE
RT A
OKAN
AH B
ATTL


ANCHORAGE,


OREGO


WASHINGTON.
E, WASHINGTON
s WASHINGTON
, WASHINGTON
NGELES, WASHII
E, WASHINGTON
Ay, WASHINGTOI
E-TACOMA INTL


ALASKA. .
i ALASKA.
, ALASKA.


HONOLULU HAWAII
HONOLULU, HAWA
HONOLULU INTL.


GREAT
RAYM
GREAT


i~iipp42>

Xi


NGTON S S S .
* a a |
N .
. AIRPORT .
.


. a a C
II a


FALLS, MONTANA
OND, MONTANA .
T FALLS, MONTANA
ER, MONTANA.
EY, MONTANA .


BINA, NORTH DAK
EMBINA, NORTH D
ORTUNA, NORTH 0


MINNEAPOLIS,
MINNEAPOLI


DULUTH, MINNESO
DULUTH, MINNE
INTL. FALLS-R

MILWAUKEE, WISC
MILWAUKEE, Wl
MANITOWOC, WI


OIT, MICHIGAN. .
TROIT, MICHIGAN.
RT HURON, MICHIGAN


OMAHA
EAST
O'HAR


*


ILLINOIS.
0, ILLINOIS.
NEBRASKA. .
HICAGO, INDIAN
INTL. AIRPORT


VELAND, OHIO.
LEVELANDO OHIO.
INCINNATI, OHIO
OLUMBUS, OHIO
AYTON, OHIO
RIE, PFNNSYLVANI
NDIANAPOLIS, IND


tt> Ma4
caI~t r er


* C C S C
.* a S
* a 4


a .









* a a a
* a *














* C S C C S
MINN.. .




MINN. .








* a a C
* S S a S
* S S C S


* a a A
* a S S S S S
* S S S S C *
* a C S


A .
IANA. .


olilt h


Iurp


Ui~ -trail4
K' ri. ~(


14


\frtar


I (^ r llf. ii i iia I'' cin I inn r pi.r~ FF11 I n f rrr d r 1 on L~n (a:( ri cl, ii c I I nl t I on rr i i'iis t om 5










JUNE 1976


U.S. GENERAL


IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)--Continued


iundrr 21 are excluded from


a1 1 dlit S~t r


flma carrterxs.


Data in the columns


andJ VUS


ilag carrirs


by t~out 1n~ 1 VI


a~lue j~lOGO (Inhcl~ rS


Alli
(Att i tr r


19 668
434
33
284

36
69
18 811


56 336
53
7
8
56 318


16 922
362
17
178
1
36
69
16 260


27 226
2


27 225


5 758


furopet


28 282
I
7
8
28 266


22 820
188
22 632


-f r1 ca


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U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


JUNE 1976


Table


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


r~r( i I, 00 flv rJL< $ dvfin lYV <4 tItni iripor vatl urar vn1 Sor* flf error in ~


I5s 1mnted sI pmIent s vjl uted
same shipnmenrs not


Ar>li"'~


143 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
144 KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
145 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.


SAN JUAN, PUERTO R
MAYAGUEZ, PUERTO
PONCE, PUERTO RI
SAN JUAN, PUERTO
SAN JUAN INTL. A


MIAMI, FLORIDA .
MIAMI, FLORIDA .
PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT.


HOUSTON, TEXAS
HOUSTON, TEXA
OKLAHOMA CITY
DALLAS-FORT W
AMARILLO, TEX


HINGTON,
ASHINGTON,
LExANDRIA,


SHIPMENTS UNOE


ORTH, T
AS. .


VIRGINIA

R $251


* a *




* a a a a
* a a a S C
*. a a a C


* a S
* a a a S
* a a a a
* S a a a
* a a S ft
* f S S

* a S C
* a a C N
* 0 *
* a a a C
a a a a a


* a a a a *
* a C C. I


a


>hippit: o> t


l,> tr
c,r~ritr~ r


la(r 1 A


11 568 3 142
149 32
12 12
1 (Z)
2 1
11 404 3 097

452 171
368 137
(Z)) (Z
84 34
(Z)

751 587
751 587
(2) -

4 579 ( NA)


Sur~"


iust ri l i
anld


\ rir a i


1 -
336 150 4 15

183 15 1
161 13 1

21 2 -
(Z) -

651 35 (2) (Z)
651 35 (Z) (Z)


2 136 1 298 i 134 29


Represents zero. NA Not a vn lble.


jic` iln I I(ln 1


~ Nnt sppllcnble.


300.


i lus~ than


50a pnundi oT











JUNE 1976


U.S. GENERAL


IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued


under "21


a re elc1udedd


from all district


data and from data for .S3.


flag carriers.


OData n the columnns


headed 11i


tdc~nt if, able


by ront writ I


Lalue 1 .000


All
carriers


33 818
477
4
65
2
33 270


10 123
128
4
(Z)
2
9 989


16 295
267
2
65

15 960


So,,th
A~merica


(Z)
13 442


5 584


Aridc I


inflide


Europe


2 842


2 605


( NA)


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