U.S. airborne exports and general imports

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Title:
U.S. airborne exports and general imports
Alternate title:
United States airborne exports and general imports
Portion of title:
Shipping weight and value, customs district and continent
Physical Description:
3 v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of the Census
Publisher:
Bureau of the Census.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
May 1976
Frequency:
monthly with annual summary
monthly
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Freight -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Commerce -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )
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Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Jan. 1974
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-1976.
General Note:
Prior to Jan. 1976, Supt. of Docs. no. was C 56.210:986-
General Note:
"FT 986."

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University of Florida
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Related Items

Preceded by:
U.S. foreign trade. Airborne exports and general imports
Succeeded by:
United States foreign trade. U.S. airborne exports and general imports

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U.S.


AND


May


AIRBORNE


GENERAL


Cl t, Lu


1976


EXPORTS

IMPORTS


FT986-76-5


.'**S.


Shipping 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
Prior to
Customs
air value
calendar
present
Districts
January


districts) through which air shipments v
January 1975 data were shown only
districts having combined exports and i
ed at $1.5 million or more during the
year. A complete list of districts an
d in Schedule D, Classification of U.S
and Ports for U.S. Foreign Trade
I, 1974 edition, as amended.


vere made.
for those
imports by
preceding
d ports is
. Customs
Statistics,


Exports


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,
include Department of Defense Military Assistance
Program Grant-Aid shipments, shipments for economic
assistance under the Foreign Assistance Act, and shipments


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 general) is
equivalent to the f.a.s. (free alongside ship) value at the U.S.
port of export, based on the transaction price, including
inland freight, 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


as Special
tions plac
that may
individual
exports
shipping
commodi
ities may


reasons,


certain commodities are designated


I Category commodities, for whi
:e restrictions upon the type of e
be released. The data shown
F Customs ports, districts and c
of Special Category common
weight and value totals for
ties are shown. A list of Special (
be obtained from the Bureau of


ch secure
xport in
in this r
continent
cities, bi
Special
categoryy
the Cens


ity regula-
formation
report for
,s exclude
it overall
Category
commod-
us.


Effective January 1975. the statistics for countries other
than Canada reflect fully compiled data for shipments
valued S 1.000 and over combined with estimated data for


of agricultural
tural Trade De
amended) and
Forces and dipl
not included in
Rico and U.S.
sions are not
Puerto Rico to


commodities under P.L.


480 (The Agricul-


shipments


velopment and Assistance Act of 1954, as
related laws. Shipments to U.S. Armed
omatic missions abroad for their own use are
the export statistics. U.S. trade with Puerto
possessions and trade between U.S. posses-
included in this report, but exports from
foreign countries are included. Merchandise


valued froi
such shipm
countries c
t sample ot
shipments
For Canada
data for


m $251-S999, base
ents. Prior to Janua
Either than Canada
shipments valued
valued $500 and
the statistics conti
shipments valued


with estimated data for shipments


a 50-p
75, esti
based
1-S499
r were
3 reflect
)0 and


percent
mated
on a
while
fully
I fully
over


valued from


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


S251-$1.999. 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
Census Washinaton D.C. 20233. Tel: Area Code 301. 763-5140.


st~ fla
%FLL
*4 I 1









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 totals


"Total" an
America


d "North
of:


$1,000,000 and


over


$500,000-$1,000, 000


$100,000-$500,000


20o, ooo-100,000


Cells of
$20,000


under


However,


Proportion


of cell


s with


sampling variability of:


under
2%


under
5 f


under
I0 o


under
20%


1.00


Are likely to have
sampling variability from
$3,000 to 515,000


American goods returned


the U.S. Armed


Forces for their own use are excluded. 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 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.


valuation is primarily used for collection of import duties
and frequently does not reflect the actual transaction value.


Value totals for
continents of South
America, Europe,
Asia, Australia and
Oceania, and
Africa of:


$300,000 and


over


$100,000-o300,000


$20,000-S100,000


Under


Cells of S0


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.


The statistics


shown


for individual Customs


ports and


districts represent fully compiled data for shipments valued


$251 and


Less


Less


than


than 5 ,with


over half


of the totals less than


Generally


less than 10


with over half


totals


Generally


Generally


of the


less than


to $5,000


less than


over. Data for shipments valued under $251.


reported on formal and informal entries (informal entries
generally contain items valued under $251 ), are estimated
from a 1-percent sample following standard practice. Sepa-
rate shipping weight and value estimates for shipments
valued under $251 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.


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


$500.000 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 $50,000.










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).


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,


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


thus considerably


reducing


the possibility


of error.


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


MAY 1976


Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of

( it A hIaon dtpr*estct dom~ tci andi o ei n g m rTchandl s( combined. Svc the at t mi'nt on front page fcor inforiiat ion on coverage, definition of fas. export
valued under 251l are excluded from all district


annl pnrrt


TOTAL, ALL CARRIERS.


FLAG CARRIERS


PORTLAND, MAINE. .


BANGOR,

ST. ALBANS


MAINE.

, VERMONT


BURLINGTON, VERMO


BOSTON,


* a a

* a
* f

* a *
NT. .


MASSACHUSETTS.


BOSTON, MASSACHUSE


LAWRENCE,


MASSACHUSET


LOGAN AIRPORT. .


BRIDGEPORT,


CONNECTICUT.


BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.


BUFFALO,


NEW YORK. .


BUFFALO-NIAGARA


FALLS,


ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. .


SYRACUSE,

NEW YORK CIT
NEW YORK,


NEWARK, NEW
JOHN F. KEN

PHILADELPHIA,


NEW YORK

Y, NEW YORK.
NEW YORK


JERSEY .
NEDY INTL.


PENNSYLVANIA


* p .


* p *



* a a
* a a a a
* a p p S
* S p p p *
* S 4 a a
* p S p 4


* p p 4 .



N. Y. .
* p 5 p a p
* S S S P

* a p p a .
* a a a a a


AIRPORT,


*


PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA


PITTSBURG.
HARRISBURG,


PENNSYLVANIA.
PENNSYLVANIA


BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. .


BALTIMORE.


MARYLAND. .


WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA .

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLIN


SAVANNAH,
ATLANTA,


TAMPA,


GEORGIA.
GEORGIA


FLORIDA


TAMPA, FLORIDA


*


* P f
* a ft *
* S S P


* a a a p

* a p a S
* a a a *

* P 4 a a
* a f

* a P S P
A a


pplnl pghl vegh (1000


Tot al


125 546


* 1 *
* P 5 5 p P S 4


* a a a I
* a a a S


ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA.


PORT CANAVERAL,

MOBILE, ALABAMA.


FLORIDA.

a S S *


GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI.


NEW ORLEANS,
NEW ORLEANS


LAREDO,


TEXAS


BROWNSVILLE


LOUISIAN.
, LOUISI


* TEXAS


EAGLE PASS, TEXAS.


LAREDO,
HILDAGO,


TEXAS.
TEXAS .


A .
ANA


* a P S S
* a a a a
* S a a a

* S P f S
* a P 5 .

* p p S P
* a a 5 5


* S P 5 p p 5 a
* a S a p p a S
* P 5 P P S
* S p a S S
* a P 5 P a a P


L,S. flag
carriers


15 009

5 065








I
-









1





-i





4 116
14
O2-~
4 102

115
77

38


Europe


Asia


AUSt ralli
and
Oceania


See footnotes at end of table.


U.S.


Africa












MAY 1976


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


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


value, and sources of errc
data and from data for V.S.


Shipments


ofE ,rcc il


flag


V. drt tj'O


shipments


Total


1 474 189

(X)

422
422

8
8

53 936
29
9
53 898

114
25
89

5 626
3 941
1 119
566

711 650
1 532
4 472
705 646

13 810
12 173
1 049
589

235
235

28
28

121
121

3 235
3 235


508 406


216 071
303
4 470
211 298


America


155 602

76 390


104 033

33 473


FErope


695 373

218 607


483 511
83 226

483 226


373 574

124 824

242
242




2 846
-

2 846
I


-I



190

-I

128 601
917
4 182
123 503

3 797
3797


42 655

13 245


48 237

13 656


274


274


a



1



2 431

2 1
S


14
14

1 696
1 696

5 011
I

5 010







339












U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Table 1.


MAY 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


mn



on froot p.Ec for


formal un n tr 2overa1 re
val ufd under 12:i1 are


dcflnitioni of f.aws. e.pmrt
excluded from all da st rct


48 EL PASO, T
49 EL PASO,
50 1 DENVER,


EXAS . 366
TEXAS . 9
COLORADO . 357


GO, CAL
IEGO, C
SIDRO,


IFORNIA.
ALIFORNI
CALIFORN


* .
A a S


NOGALES
DOUGL
PHOEN
SAN L


58 LOS ANGELES


IS
I


N FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCIS
SAN FRANCIS
STOCKTON, C
SUISUN BAY,


PORTLAND, OREGO
PORTLAND, ORE


ZONA
ZONA
IZONA. .


4
*


CALIFORNIA.
s CALIFORNIA.


, CALIFORNIA.
NTL. AIRPORT.

CALIFORNIA .
INTL. AIRPORT.
, CALIFORNIA.
IFORNIA
ALIFORNIA


N .
GON


*


TLE, WASHINGTON. .
ATTLE, WASHINGTON.
ATNE, WASHINGTON .
EPETT, WASHINGTON.
OKANE, WASHINGTON.


EATTLE-TACOMA


* a


INTL.


ORANGE,
IRBANKS
CHORAGE


ALASKA. S .
ALASKA.
, ALASKA.


HONOLULU, HAWAII .
HONOLULU, HAWAII
HONOLULU INTL. AIRPO


NTANA
MONTANA


* 4 I I S 4 5
* S S I S S I
* S S S I S

* S S S S I
* S S S S S S
.7. 5 5 5 S


S
a


83 IPEMPINA, NORTH DAKOTA. .
8U PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA .

85 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA ,
86 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MI

87 DULUTH, MINNESOTA. .
88 DULUTH MINNESOTA. .
89 INTL. FALLS-RANIER, MINN.


* S S S S
* I S S

* 5 5 5 5
* S 4

* S I S
NN.

* S S I S
* S I S S
* S S I S


MILWAUKEE, W
fILWAUKEE,
PANITOWOC,


ISCONSIN
WISCONS
WISCONS


N .
N .


*I 4 6


* S .
* a

* S
* S *
* S S
* 4 S
* 5 4

* ft 4


2 214


1 015











MAY 1976


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Lading by Continent (F.a.s. Value Basis)-Continued


ailue, and s urces of errc
data and tfro data for US.


in the data.
flag carriers


Shiprments


of Speci a1


flr~ts >U districtC


Ialue (i. XOOO do iarsi


168 719
309
152
168 257


40 596
40 496

4456
56


SArmpe


2~








:1OY






4043


2 296

98 156


97 875

81 612


17 626
2

17 624

19 446
19 402


6 050


2 656


slrlpenr


2 751


a rC crcliid~d


4 974













U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Table 1.


MAY 1976


Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


0rt~l

~ ni t1( rnl (1 J


tnfEonml1tri onl ic covtrag
ta! ied undr 251 a1


def init i on of f
cxcl udedi frofll


.as. export
all district




  • DETROIT
    CETRO


    ILLINOIS
    s ILLINO
    INTL. AI


    CLEVELAND, OHIO
    CLEVELAND, OH
    COLUMBUS, OHI
    TOLEDO, OHIO
    ERIE, PENNSYL
    SANDUSKY, OHI
    INDIANAPOLIS,


    Ioi


    . LOUIS, MISSOURI.
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
    ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, .

    N JUANs PUERTO RICO.
    AGUADILLA, PUERTO RICO
    SAN JUAN INTL. AIRPORT


    MIAMI FLORIDA .
    MIAMI, FLORIDA
    KEY WEST, FLORIDA.
    PORT EVERGLADESs FL
    WEST PALM BEACH, FL
    MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT


    TON, TEXAS
    USTON, TEXAS
    LSA, OKLAHOMA.
    LLAS-FORT WORTH,
    BBOCK, TEXAS


    WASHINGTON,
    WASHINGTON,


    D. C.


    ,* a a a *




    T .

    * I S I I S *I
    * 4 4 5 5 a S
    * a a a a S .1

    * S S S S S S

    N A. S a


    * S S S S
    * S S S S S

    * a a a a
    * S S 5 6 I
    * I S S a


    *i
    * a a a S 5 6 ,
    * a a a a S S
    ORIDA .
    ORIDA .



    .I
    T A a a S S S .1
    TEXAS .
    * a S S I I

    * S p a a *


    124 SHIPMENTS UNDER $251


    125 SPECIAL


    &hipplrw \c~grbt


    11 757
    1
    11 7561

    6401
    3071






    76
    63
    14

    891
    16
    874

    18 794
    74
    2
    126
    18
    18 574

    2 161
    1 879;
    2!
    280
    1

    5281
    5281


    9 329

    1 228


    CATEGORY SHIPMENTS


    ( NA)


    2 713


    2 71


    4 592


    (1,000 pounds)


    luarope


    2 002


    - Represents zero.
    I) Data withheld to avoid disclosure of information
    NA Not available.
    X Not applicable.
    Z. Less than 500 pounds or $500.


    for security reasons.


    Africa


    1 311


    l',i 'li ilii











    MAY 1976


    U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


    Lading by Continent


    .s. Value Basis)-Continued


    vj~labn 4nd cc'


    errorI tn ti d,,


    Shpcnt S


    of Spe~ aL


    d4f and fl-or fml


    4ala forI S


    14 946
    14 946

    118 490
    49
    118 442

    6 580
    2 601
    8
    7
    158
    10
    3 796

    1 713
    1 453
    260

    13 175
    507
    12 668

    82 791
    622

    181
    21
    81 959

    19 484
    15 258
    5
    4 216
    4

    11 710
    11 710

    30 262

    54 714


    55 681
    4
    55 677


    2 516


    29 702
    286
    7
    129
    21
    29 258


    ( NA1


    10 984


    28 211


    ,ner cj


    6 136

    6 136


    "> r>I
    eat


    9 421 889
    9 421 889

    58 767 28 660
    49
    58 718 28 660

    4 486 329
    995 57
    -

    -
    3 491 272

    516 902


    3 830
    506
    3 325


    3 974


    7241


    1 005


    6 234


    r c7c l'jC i iie


    hA!


    3 047


    2 029


    I im ii


    :,ilue : i, OD? lollirs











    U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


    MAY 1976


    Table


    Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


    t~lt Di lOTI ;r~x tllir~ inforta Io n ferr


    the dat.


    Isrtamate h rent sh~.et valuedc
    sta~me shipl net sn


    S D~t pvt


    TOTAL, ALL CARRIERS.


    2 U.S. FLAG CARRIERS


    S0

    \i I


    95 25


    . 9 *


    LAND, MAINE.
    RTLANDs MAINE
    NGOR, MAINE.


    Vt, 131


    38 761

    (Z)
    (Z)


    11 411

    3 926


    9 160

    3 372


    F IErnpt


    37 818

    14 624


    35 678

    16 492


    ON, MSSACHUSETTS. .
    STONs MASSACHUSETTS.
    RCESTER, MASSACHUSET
    W BEDFORD, MASSACHUS
    GAN AIRPORT .


    PROVIDENCE,
    NEWPORT,


    NEW YO
    0-NIAGA
    TER, NE
    SE, NEW


    YORK
    YORK. .
    SES POINT,

    RK, ,
    RA FALLS,
    W YORK.
    YORK S


    * .
    * 5 4 4 5
    * 4 4 9 4
    N. Y. .


    N. Y .


    NEW YORK CITY,
    NEW YORK, NEh
    ALBANY, NEW Y
    NEWARK, NEW J
    PERTH AMBOY,
    JOHN F. KENNE


    NEW YORK.
    YORK
    ORK .
    ERSEY .
    NEW JERSEY
    DY INTL. A


    29 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
    30 PHILAOELHIIA, PENNSYLVANI
    31 WILMINGTON, DELAWARE


    ITTSBUR


    33 BALTIMORE,
    34 BALTIMOR

    35 ,NORFOLK. V
    36 NORFOLK,
    37 NEWPORT
    38 RICHMOND

    39 WILMINGTON
    40 WILMINGT
    41 IINSTON-
    42 DURHAM,


    G, PENNSYLVANIA.

    MARYLAND.
    E, MARYLAND. .


    IA, .
    INIA. .
    VIRGINIA
    RSBURG, VIRG


    , N
    ON,
    SAL
    NOR


    BEAUFORT-M
    CHARLOTTE,


    * 4 4


    * S 4 4 *S
    A !
    A S

    * 5 5 9 S
    * 4 9 5 9

    * 4 5 5 9
    * 5 9 4 9
    * S 5 9

    1NIA. .


    41 063
    113
    (Z)
    (t2)
    (2,
    40 950|

    961
    899
    17
    44

    5,
    5?


    TH CAROLINA .
    ORTH CAROLINA
    , NORTH CAROLINA.
    CAROLINA .
    HEAD CITY, N. C.
    RTH CAROLINA.


    STON, S
    LESTON,


    OUTH CAROLINA
    SOUTH CAROLIN


    * 9 4 4
    * f 9


    SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
    SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
    ATLANTA, GEORGIA

    TAMPA FLORIDA
    TAMPA, FLORIDA .

    MOBILE, ALABAMA.
    BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA


    9 4/
    * 4 5 9 S a 4 9
    * S 4 4 9 4 4
    * S U 9 & 9 4 4
    * 9 9 9 4 9 4


    See footnotes at end of table.


    ifru a











    MAY 1976


    U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


    Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)
    under 2-51 are excluded from all dist net data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Dat a in the columns headed "all carriers m.tl .S. flag ar.IOr a cthude
    idenlc i fiabl{ by continents)


    Vat UP 1 *,ili


    Al
    carriers


    845 466

    (X)

    6

    3

    21 455
    227
    3
    21 224

    2
    2


    393 731
    210
    6
    1
    2
    393 512


    ,S. flag
    carriers


    (X)

    347 983

    2
    2


    7 100
    199
    (IZ)
    -
    6 900

    S


    170 151
    123
    6
    1

    170 020


    71 030

    29 946

    'I


    15 325
    4

    1I
    2
    15 317

    553
    356
    30
    167

    296
    296

    5
    1

    3

    (c)


    S



    20 917 1


    Europe


    359 936

    150 394

    2
    2


    18 561
    125


    18 436


    244 067


    346 562

    147 213

    -
    S


    827
    a


    827

    I
    I
    1


    \asw railia
    mnd
    Jiean, a











    U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


    MAY 1976


    Table


    Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


    . at eml ni in f r>nt pr*v for informIt fI*Th n covrrig dtfinit imn of (Customb i mport value ,ind so&irrtcf of error in


    the data.


    Estimated shipments valued
    some shipments not


    port


    NEW ORLEANS,
    NEW ORLEAN
    LITTLE ROC
    NASHVILLE.
    AVONDALEs


    PASOs
    EL PASO
    DENVER,


    LOUISIANA
    S, LOUISIA
    K-N. LIT.
    TENNESSEE
    LOUISIANA.

    S. .
    XAS., .
    ,Os TEXAS .


    TEXAS


    CALEXICO,


    ALES, A
    OGALES,
    PHOENIX,


    FRANCIS
    AN FRANC
    AN FRANC
    AKLAND,


    PORTLAND, OR
    ASTORIA, 0
    PORTLAND,
    VANCOUVER,


    IFORNIA.
    ALIFORNIA.
    LIFORNIA .

    NA
    ZONA .
    ZONA .


    CALIFORNIA.
    S, CALIFORNIA. .
    CALIFORNIA .
    S INTL. AIRPORT.

    0, CALIFORNIA .
    SCO INTL. AIRPORT.
    SCO, CALIFORNIA.
    ALIFORNIA .
    IFORNIA. .
    N RIVER, CALIFORNIA.
    CITY, UTAH .


    N .
    ON. .
    GON .
    SHINGTON.


    SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. .
    SEATTLE WASHINGTON. .
    TACOMA WASHINGTON .
    BLAINE WASHINGTON .
    BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON .
    ANACORTFS WASHINGTON. .
    DANVILLE, WASHINGTON .
    FRONTIER, WASHINGTON .
    SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. .
    METALINE FALLS, WASHINGTON ,
    OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON. .
    NEAH BAY, WASHINGTON .
    SEATTLE-TACOMA INTL. AIRPORT


    ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. .
    JUNEAU, ALASKA .
    FAIRBANKS, ALASKA.
    ANCHORAGE, ALASKA.

    HONOLULU, HAWAII .
    HONOLULU, HAWAII .
    HONOLULU INTL. AIRPO


    ALLS, MO
    ND, MONTH
    FALLS,


    NTANA ,
    ANA .
    MONTANA


    Shipping w E ht (1,000 pounds)


    all
    ca~r r Cr


    Europe


    Sec footnote s at end of table.


    12


    Asia








    MAY 1976


    U.S. GENERAL


    IMPORTS BY AIR


    Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)--Continued
    under 25 I are excluded from a11 district data and from data for U.S, flag carriers. Data an the columns headed "all carriers and .-S. flj a c' err nI c udc
    idertti fable by contin nt )

    Value (1,000 dollars)


    Total
    Aistr.l A -
    North South et i V .
    Flrop%' As ;a and Africa
    Amprsca America
    All 1.S. flag Oceania
    carriers carriers


    291
    10
    281

    115 29?
    435
    10 707
    104 156

    113 450
    112 992
    414
    22
    2
    I
    17
    2

    235
    2
    233
    1

    17 862
    97
    102
    122
    6
    1
    1
    58
    63
    1
    4
    145
    17 264

    907
    6
    42
    859

    19 442
    392
    19 050

    450
    6
    444










    U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


    MAY 1976


    Table


    Customs Districts and Selected Ports of


    (See~ r V .4 *rt'nt on ront pallt p& tnt nfornat ton on cvc~intJie, defini i nn


    Import value and source< of error in


    Estimated shipments valued
    some shipment s not


    i usto is ii stl nrt uiad pa'rt


    110 PEMBINA,
    111 PEMBIN
    112 ROSEAL

    113 iMINNEAPO
    114 MINNEAl

    115 DULUTH,
    116 DULUTH

    117 IMILWAUKE
    118 i MILWAU

    119 DETROIT,
    120 DETROI
    121 PORT H
    122 I SAULT
    123 SAGINA

    124 CHICAGO,
    125 CHICAC
    126 I PEORIA
    127 OMAHA,
    128 EAST C
    129 OtHARE

    130 CLEVELAh
    131 LEVEL
    132 CINCIN
    133 DAYTON
    134 TOLEDO
    135 i ERIE,
    136 INDIAN
    137 LOUISV

    138 ST. LOUI
    139 KANSAS
    140 ST. LC

    141 SAN JUAN
    142 | MAYAGU
    143 PONCE,
    144 I SAN JU
    145 SAN Jl

    146 iMIAMI, F
    147 MIAMI,
    148 PORT E
    149 WEST F
    150 FORT F
    151 MIAMI

    152 HOUSTON,


    HOUSTON,
    OKLAHOMA
    TULSA, OK
    DALLAS-FO
    AMARILLO/

    WASHINGTON,
    WASHINGTO
    ALEXANDRI


    161 ;SHIPMENTS UND


    NORTH
    IA, NORTH
    I, MINNE


    DAKOTA. .
    H DAKOTA.
    SOTA. .


    MINNESOTA. .
    I, MINNESOTA. .


    CONSIN ,
    ISCONSIN


    MICHIGAN. .
    T, MICHIGAN.
    IURON, MICHIGAN
    STE. MARIE, MI
    NW-BAY CITY, MI


    * a *

    o
    t


    CI
    CI


    ILLINOIS. .
    O, ILLINOIS. .
    a ILLINOIS ,
    NEBRASKA. .
    HICAGO, INDIANA
    INTL. AIRPORT


    JD, OHIO. .
    .AND, OHIO. .
    JNATI, OHIO .
    ,s OHIO .
    ), OHIO .
    PENNSYLVANIA .
    JAPOLIS, INDIANA.
    'ILLE, KENTUCKY .


    SSOURI.
    , MISSO
    MISSOUR


    * PUERTO RICO.
    EZ, PUERTO RICO.
    PUERTO RICO .
    AN, PUERTO RICO.
    AN INTL. AIRPORT


    S, FLOR
    H, FLOOR
    LORIDA
    REPORT,


    a a .
    SOKLAHOMA.
    MA. S
    NORTH, TEXAS
    AS. .


    ER 5251


    Shi ppl y ingph wcI h (1 .000U pounds


    All
    c I r i


    * a S
    H I G *
    HIGAN .
    HIGAN .

    * S S *
    * a a .


    * a S S .


    * S S S S S
    * S S S *

    : : : S
    * S S S SI
    * S S S S
    * S S .1
    S S S S S S


    : :


    * S S S S


    L.S. flag
    carrnerS


    * S S S S S *
    * 5 5 5 5 5 5


    S S S S


    6O311


    ( NA)


    Europe


    3 30


    2 728


    1 965


    Aust ralva
    and


    - Represents zero.
    NA Not available.
    X Not applicable.
    2 I*ss than $00 pounds or t500.


    Africa










    MAY 1976


    U.S. GENERAL


    IMPORTS BY AIR


    Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued


    under '251 are excluded from


    all distrtt t


    and from data for U.S. flaj carriers.


    arid z


    I I C'al rr Pr


    idenl i d


    by con! incnt )


    Value (1.000 dollars)


    Fntal


    All
    carriers


    U.S. flag
    carriers


    8 357


    Europe


    2 069


    Asia


    7 356


    4tustralxs


    5 3127


    I NA)


    1 204


    2 397




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