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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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Language:
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Creation Date:
February 1975
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Began with Jan. 1974
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-1976.
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Prior to Jan. 1976, Supt. of Docs. no. was C 56.210:986-
General Note:
"FT 986."

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U.S. AIRBORNE EXPORTS ,

AND GENERAL IMPORTSi

FEBRUARY 1975 U



FT986-75-2


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
Stieis. 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 hating combined exports and imports by
dir valued at $1 I 5 million or more during the preceding
calendar year. A complete list of districts and ports is
presented in Schedule D, Classfitltjlor of U.S. Customs
Districts and Ports for U.S. Fureiin Trade Statistics,
January 1, 1974 edition, as amended.

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 s.tatitihcs, :litref:re.
include Department of Defense Military Assistance
Program Grant-Aid shipments, shipments for economic
assistance under the Foreign Assistance Act, and shipments
of agricultural commodities under P.L. 480 (Thle Agricul-
tural Trade Deselopment and Assistance Act of 1954, as
amended and related las Shipments to U.S. Armed
Forces and diplomatic minjsions abroad for their own use are
not included in thlie export statistics U.S. trade with Puerto
Rico and U S possessions and trade bet\%een U.S. posses-
sions are not included in thiN report, but exports from
Puerto Rico to foreign :ouintries are included. Merchandise
shipped through the United Stales in iransit from one
foreign country, to another, when documented as such with
U S Customs. is excluded. The stainsiics in this report also
exclude shipments by mail and parcel post and exports of
Aircrall flown out of the countrN under their own power, as


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 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 reasons, certain commodities are designated
as Special Category commodities, for which security regula-
tions place restrictions upon the type of export information
that may be released. The data shown in this report for
individual Customs ports, districts and continents exclude
exports of Special Category commodities, but overall
shipping weight and value totals for Special Category
commodities are shown. A list of Special Category commod-
ities may be obtained from the Bureau of the Census.

Effective January 1975, the statistics for countries other
than Canada reflect fully compiled data for shipments
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
data for countries other than Canada were based on a
50-percent sample of shipments valued $251-$499 while
data for shipments valued $500 and over were fully
compiled. For Canada, the statistics continue to reflect fully
compiled data for shipments valued $2,000 and over
combined with estimated data for shipments valued from
$251-$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, Washington, D.C. 20233. Tel: Area Code 301, 763-5140.

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Since the export figures shown include estimates based
on a sample of lou -adlued shipments they are subject to
some degree of sampling varijbility. The table below
provides a rough guide to the general level of sampling
rijbility of value loals, on a 2 chances out of 3 basis.
Usually the higher valuee figures will have the lower percent
sampling errors.

Proportion of cells with
Value totals for sampling variability of:
"Total" and North
America" of: under under under under
2. 5' 10o 20



$1,000,000 and over .60 .75 .85 1.00


$500,000-i1,000,000 .20 1.00


$100,o00-i.500,000 .30 .45 .70 1.00


$20,000-$100,000 .35 .70 1.00


Cells of under
$20,000 Are likely to have
sampling variability from
$3,000 to $15,000

Value totals for
continents of South
America, Europe, Are likely to have sampling
Asia, Australia and variability of:
Oceania, and
Africa of:


$300,000 and over Less than 21,


$100,000-$300,000 Less than 54 with over half
of the totals less than 2%

t20,000-Ilno,000 Generally less than 10:
with over half of the
totals less than 5'


Under -$20,000 Generally $500 to t5,000


Cells of !En Generally less than 1500


Imports

These statistics represent general imports, which are a
(ombination 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.
However. American goods returned by the U.S Armed
Forces for their own use are excluded. U.S trade will
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 Stales under
their own power are also excluded from this report as well
as certain transactions not considered to be of statistical
sign ificance. such as personal and household effects

The Customs value shon in this report represents the
value of imports as appraised b5 the UI S. Customs Serice 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 ert 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 fre(Iicrnll't, does not reflect the actual transaction value.


For imports by air. thlie port of unloading shown in this
report is the port where the merchandise is unloaded from
the aircraft whiLh brings the goods to the United States
The statistics shown for individual Customs ports and
districts represent full compiled data for shipments valued
$251 and over Diata for shipments allied under 1251.
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 irom 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 omer will generally have a sampling variability
of less thin 3 perLent. alute totals of under $500.000 will
generally have a sampling %ariabilitl of less than $50,000










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 rchiabilit of tlU
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 rt porting 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.


Shipping Weight








4U S. EXPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975


Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of

,.l ea u+. er '4 .I are I -.I.l 1 frLin all dl'trilc

rlni -.I .. n r.L i I Ol'," L n'n I



Ir I




1 TOTAL ALL 7ARRIERS. 11? 565 3 760 1. .90 .4 657 lo 913 2 720 3 409

U.S. FLAG CAARRIRS5 . f 36 77., ) 71 336 i1 768 5 897 805 925

P RTL C' NE. . 353 353 3.. 13 -
PORTLAND AiE. . -
5 JACW MI E . 8 -
AS AfiDGEwATER, MAINE .. 256, 56 6 -

7 5T. ALBArJS, wERMOr4T. . -
6 BU6L IN'GTON, cRMO'IT. -

9 rSTONi, MASSACHuSETTS . 51 1 190 336 3 2 0QA 81 21 56
10 80STON. M.ISSACHuETTS. A
11 rEa BEDFORO. HASSICHuSETTi rZ -
12 LAnRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS. 1 1
13 LOGOar AIRP)RT. . ,3 1 1869 33 3 2 0l 81 21 56

lu 'BR OGEPOPT, ,:OfirECTCT 3 3 i 3 -
i5 BRIDGEPO IA, CONraECTIC,.iT. 3 3

lb BUFFALO, NE. . 51" *6 60 3- -
17 BuFFALO-MGNIAOA FALLS, ., ., 159 35 3" 3M 12)
1S ROCHESTER E OR. 9 9- -
19 v RACu5E, rEw VRK .... -

20 NEn :ear '1', ."E" -ORK. ,5 376 15 ;c-7 7 o0? 3 3t6 30 1ll 6 320 177 2 080
21 i jE yOR NEw T iRE 307 3"C 1I 9 122 87
.2 i NEn ARK NEw JERSEf 2 5 23 3
23 JCHN F. RENdNEO INTL. AIRPORT. n.3 1- 681 51 S ? 366 30 356 b 197 177 1 993

24 PHILADELPHIA. PErrLVArJA 1 0-b 7 20 76 559 120 A 79
25 PHILADELPHJA, PENIJS LVLANIA 895 q"9 16 76 471 120 79
26 PITSBURG, IPiNSLMANIA 63 PI 63 I -
27 M-AR1 liBURG, PerrFSL Ar] ..R 66 -

26 BALT]MORE, MARILtID 103 10 3 5 -
29 RALTIMORE MALAN 103 10 3 50 -

30 CHATRLESTON, OC'LTH CARLINA 51 i I 50 -
31 CHARLESTON, SOuTcH CAROLINA 51 51 2' 1 50

32 AviANNAM. GEOGI . 5 15 7 4 oO 10 8
33 ATLATA, GORA 15C 7 60 10 8

3A TAMPA, FLORIDA . 0 77- 3 -
35 TAMPA, FLOAT 80 3

36 M8EI.LE, ALABAMA . .. 3 ;1 [ 1d
37 MOBILE. LABAiMt. . 2 11 2
36 ULLFPOIRT, MISISSIPlPI. (.' lZ: ll
39 IRMINHA ALABAMA. I 1

Y0 NEw ORLEANS, LOUIIArdA 7ab 100 59 -
I NEw OR.LEANi, LOUISIANA *"7 '4 g96 149 -
2 I LITTLE ROt.r-N. LIT. ROCK, ARK. ] -

P. PORT ARTHUR, TE^ 13 13 13 -
S PORT ARTUI, TEItAS . 13 .1 I.' .









FEBRUARY 1975 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR 5


Lading by Continent (F.a.s. Value Basis)
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 for U.S. flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total
N-orthSouth Australia .
North A a Europe Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag America AmOceanis
carriers carriers

1 211 356 (X) 127 208 98 438 605 753 250 575 38 054 32 555 1

(X) 460 525 57 930 24 230 209 733 105 291 11 581 7 049 2

135 135 120 14 3
14 14 14 4
63 63 63 5
57 57 57 6

18 18 18 7
18 18 18 8

33 345 15 746 2 433 40 27 821 1 051 579 1 421 9
24 24 10
9 9 9 11
20 20 20 12
33 292 15 717 2 405 40 27 797 1 051 579 1 421 13

39 39 10 28 14
39 39 10 28 15

4 956 4 486 4 834 122 1 16
3 638 3 516 3 516 122 1 17
945 945 945 18
373 25 373 19

579 374 179 454 25 426 36 294 402 254 91 358 2 570 21 470 20
2 034 1 458 202 1 958 854 20 21
50 50 38 11 22
577 290 177 946 25 186 36 294 401 285 90 505 2 570 21 450 23

8 618 5 093 2 511 626 3 957 1 317 19 188 24
7 603 4 100 1 646 626 3 807 1 317 19 188 25
875 853 865 10 26
140 140 140 27

1 252 1 252 480 772 28
1 252 1 252 480 772 29

261 261 3 (Z) 257 30
261 261 3 (Z) 257 31

2 113 1 952 656 162 712 46 538 32
2 113 1 952 656 162 712 46 538 33

541 5 345 195 34
541 5 345 195 35

69 59 10 4 20 35 36
23 23 4 19 37
1 1 1 38
45 35 10 35 39

3 508 672 3 165 332 11 40
3 497 660 3 165 332 41
11 11 11 42

66 66 66 43
66 66 66 44









6 US EXPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975

Table 1 Customs Districts and Selected Ports of

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nrr f-


s .LARFEDO, TES.S .. ..... I. I ].. 1 11 -I
HOa l%'iLLt : TE a . l 1 I? -
7 I L EDO,p TE A . -
6 i to . -
o a rd a't,.:N] TE ASA . t 5 13a 1 1 T -

5: E EL P A-C, I ,E 4 . .. 23 37 3 ., -
'-.1 r SENS, T S . ? 2 I -
5 DEF.AER, COL', 0L . ?1 ?10 i -

53 SA' OlEGO, C 4LI FOR' A. 1 -
5- SAIr DIEGO, CALIFORNrIl, A ...... 10 -|

95 NOGALES, ARIZONA . .. il-
Sb1 PHOErI,, A IZONA ., 1 l? -

i? LrJS ANGELEl, :ALIFORNIA 2 37? 5,- 335 ? 32"I 3 053 86 88
5B L)S ANGELES, CALIFORNI. I 1 .Z ) -
Rg L'N' BEACH, C LIFORNIA -
.. LOS ANGELES INTL. AIRPORT 7 Isl 2 3'2 ":' l5 ? 35i 3 03 2 861 68

ol SAN FRANlCISCO, CALIFORNIA0 ... 3 lI' 1 378 06 0 397- I 49, 920 10
62 SAN FRANCINCO INTL. AIRPOT. .' 6'? I I' 'o "O0 3,H 1 39i A06 10
61 Sar. FRANCiS.O, CALIFORNIA. I 3 li
b4 SUISuN B y, CALTFORNIA 120, I- 12 -

65 PORTLAND, CRE N . 38 l 3 5. 1
66 PnORTLAND, OREGON ? 36 o T? 5 1

67 SEATTLE, WA-inINGTON. . .00 :" 8 5 13 229 3 '0
te SEATTLE, -ASirGTON. .'.: 6 2
6q BLAINE, S.4IIGITO -
70 EVERETT. WAS [NGTON .. ... .i) i ) .
71 SPOKANE, wASHINGTON. 1 1" -l -
7; SEATTLE-TACO A INTL. AIRPORT 3151 A2 ", e 130 "< 3 16

73 ANCHORAGE, ALo Al. 1. -
7. ANCHORACLE, ALAKA I| 61. -

75 HOGNOLULU, nHAII 7 173 It 115 I3l
75. HONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT 37, ] 3 6 -5 11I (Z)

77 GREAT FALLS, MOaNTANA .... 55 -' -'
79 GREAT FAtLLS MONTONA 5 .- -

79 PEMBINlA, NORTH OACrOTA, ... .. l-
80 B EMBINA, NORTH At0OTA .- -

81 MINNEAPOLli, -INNE01TA ? 11 'C 9 -9
6? i MINNEAPOLIS-. T. PHUL, ejt. 20 ,' 7'9 -

83 DULUTH, RINPNE 4OTA 6 .. .
86 C'ULnJT MITrnESOTA . .

a5 IDETRQIT, PIC.,aN . I J 33- 7 1 21
so DETROIT, "jrI. . I 1 aI "1 2,11 I 33- "i I 2l

87 CHIrAGO, ILLINOIS- r ..... .. .. A1' I 1 6 321 1 6511 11- 321
86 CHICAGO. ILL l S. . ''i Il 2 )
89 "MAAH, NEALASZA. . -
9' :HAaI E INTL. AIRPORC T .-, 5r' o A It 61 ', '1 1 :i I 321









FEBRUARY 1975


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 ll district and continent data. Hesitated shipments
data and from data for U.S. flag carriers)

Value 1{,000 dollars)


Total a

NoEuhope Asia ahd Africae
All U.S. flaf Ameic.w %eric. Oceaniia
carriers carriers


759
62
23
16
659

2 454
5
2 449

101
101

320
320

127 941
54
107
127 780

93 890
92 050
840
999

6 900
6 900

9 904
1 039
4
408
498
7 955

838
838

4 070
4 070

440
440

14
14

3 231
3 231

186
186

14 832
14 832

99 644
2
320
99 322


397
62
23
16
297

2 352
5
2 347

87
87

29
29

37 865
52

37 813

53 177
51 510
667
999

6 818
6 818

6 772
962


498
5 313

173
173

3 098
3 098

440
440

14
14

2 188
2 188

186
186

13 142
13 142

46 199
1
320
45 878


639
62
23
16
539

2 445
5
2 440

101
101

283
283

3 728


3 728

6 387
6 387



958
958

2 680

4
294
498
1 885




50
50

440
440

14
14

1 033
1 033

186
186

2 818
2 818

21 869

320
21 549


6



6

8

8






9 232




1 401
1 401






271
16



254


















3


55


55


1

3




38
38

45 684
10
107
45 567

10 381
10 379
25 79


5 793
5 793

2 403
59

114

2 230

37
37









1 068
1 068




11 525
11 525

55 223


55 223


114



114










55 002
43

54 959

57 728
56 191
538
999

77
77

4 190
897



3 293

801
801

2 180
2 180






1 129
1 129




377
377

20 036
1

20 035


12 666
2

12 664

17 774
17 474
300


66
66

43




43




1 840
1 840












12
12

54


54


1 631


1 631

218
218



5
5

316
67



250




1













97
97

2 406
I

2 405








8 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
1 ..n r rc 1 1,-r .'r. rr ; rr. r ,. ;:r. Ic. c3 era e Ir.ll. tior,.' u t ra s e p r



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6r3 CINCINNATI, IO. .... ......
95 OO, Cr10 .. .. 1r .1 1 d

.6 ERIE, Prr,.SrLl-ANIA. .l


I CLEv Ar.D, O. C ..... 71 70
96 T. LOUISL, 0"IS I . 80 31 6 1'
93 .O STCOL LUu 0 ISOu .. .3 1 1 -
5 c10LEOI, 0 .. ..... 1 -.
196 SEI PuEri' RCO.A ... I1 1t 10 7b 3 1
103 AGUADLLF RTO . 2- -

9 STPC. L'uS, sRuPIO R .6 5 -
9Q AN. 5 I *, MI-SUI S 1 2 6 rZ1
10 ST. LJUASN 4PuI 0 2 17 -0 1 1
101 v N JU ANSSTL. .RPO 17 12 31 11

10 h uu.Ar PuLI TE RJO. T q6 .66 761 202 31" [
S AGUAD LL uERTI RiCO I I -
10- POMCE, PUERTO RIO ....... 65 '1 z5
105 -AN JuANo PUERTO RICO. 17 17


lo 1 M AM, FLOR TDA. . 74 26 "
1Oq PORT EAEROGLODES, FLORIDA 13 19 -
110 REST PALM BtEIACM, FLORIDA 36 3 36 -
111 M[AMI INTL. AIRPORT. 15 193 a 026 o 921 a 26 26C la 7 6

112 AOu5ION, T IAS . 2 31 737 .b 370 "23 87 a 207
I, HOuSTON TES 2 090 .95 -59 30 03 827 a 207
[1" DALLAS-FOT WORTHM, ITEAS 251 .51 06 5 -

115 ASNTN, . 607 32 l O 1o til 7
lI WASMINGTOJ, D . 07 2 1 o TZl 7

117 SHIPMENTS urJWER 1251 . l. 590 I iA~ 5 369 I -ul 532 2 07, 592 503

11E SPECIAL CATEGORY' SHIPMENTS .. 1 'l_7 7. L IDI I l 1t01 L 1 ID)O
fEpret nrt zero.
D Data .ithhel 1a cl. d al -lcsure of ir.fcrnmacal n fr scurlh reli A.
IA hPor a.uallable
1 roc appllicaoDl
Lsc tnan cnn ordr.ri ,ir T-O0









FEBRUARY 1975


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 Irom all district and continent data. Estimated shipments
data and from data for U.S. flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)

Total p
Australia c
NorthEurope Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag Arieric Oceania
carriers carriers

4 044 871 2 547 1 373 124 91
2 869 123 1 792 953 124 92
420 420 93
3 3 3 94
6 6 6 95
739 739 739 96
7 7 97

1 284 593 222 2 537 514 10 98
566 554 18 439 99 10 99
213 8 204 2 8 100
504 31 89 415 101

9 332 3 111 2 382 1 806 4 995 101 48 102
5 5 5 103
135 114 135 104
9 9 105
9 183 2 992 2 233 1 806 4 995 101 48 106

69 177 24 073 23 980 41 892 2 987 171 51 97 107
142 20 25 117 108
80 54 68 13 109
409 394 409 110
68 546 23 605 23 478 41 762 2 987 171 51 97 111

13 832 3 602 2 956 959 3 317 4 990 10 1 600 112
11 935 1 744 1 423 959 3 317 4 628 10 1 598 113
1 898 1 859 1 534 362 2 114

10 809 1 390 26 863 9 449 394 5 71 115
10 809 1 390 26 863 9 449 394 5 71 116

44 288 ( NA) 11 397 4 478 15 821 7 825 2 365 2 402 117

58 773 44 712 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 118









10 US GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975

Table 2 Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
,"r r r. ._lt..r.I Ie. c*.. .r r .f.rm r .... ... (. J i Jeflt.l '.i I *,, 'Y. 1 I p r, IT lu 1 r* Ar. -ur;e sf Trr:r tn i r,- a:' Itr tl.e'a f t.pinmerl. i value
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STi6lL, ALL *:ARAIERi T. 7I I Ni 11 57. o 3' 62' 1" 820 36d 541

2 U.s. FLGU CARiRIEPS . 3i 30 v3 610 53s 1 "." 7 9A 6 210
PlRTLANIO, MAIPE 3 1 -, Zi i -I-
S PORTL1AN, MAriNI.. ....... I l 11 -
5 BANGC', lrE . 1 1 1 -
6 .JAC'AN. A INE ... ... -
B BAR HARBOR MAIN 2- -

8 ST. ALBAS, tEMOrNT . -1 -
o ST. ALBANS, .ERMONT. .. .
o10 bURLI TGrON., FRMOOrT. i i2)l iI l.j

11 BOSTON. M SSACMuSEITS. .. 1 9A1 7521 0t l | 1 781 10 3
12 BOSTON, MASSACnIUSETT .. I t -' -
13 NER BEDEFO O, ASSACHUSETTS I i
lI. LOGAN AIRPORT . I 30 75? .6 IS I -?0 1GI 3

15 BRIDGEPORT, CNECTI TCuT 3
16 BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICuT 2i1 i' -
17 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. -

18 LiFFALCI, NE OR . 32
I0 BuFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N. 1 .3 21. 13e 12 7- 1.
20 ROCHESTER, NEW *ORK -
21 SYRACUSE, NiEW >OrQ . 5! ui 3t 'i 1

22 NErw OPK CIT, NEw VORK. 32 89 6I bt 1 M051 ? 71 '1 052 6 7701 40 312
23 ,E 10RK, NE" K R< . 86 "2 e 1 : -i
2A ALBANY, ,NE. VORK t ......... 1~ ',1211 -
25 rNEwAR, NE. J RSf ZI l 1 1
26 JOHN F. KrEAECtE INTL. ATRPORT. 3? BO 16 3';, 1 "03' 2 71 7 21 596t b 73'' 40 310

27 PHILADELPHIa, PENNSrYLvAA I A 632 39 261 1Y55 0v 3.3 1 3
26 PHILADELPHIA, PENINSYiLVAN'A 605 I 3 11 155 357 36 1 3
29 ILMINGTON, DELAARE .1 1 I 1
30 PITTSBuRu, PtELva'A I A. .. ?. 1 3 | ll
31 HARRISBURG, PENNSILVANIA ( -- -

32 BALTIMORE, MARTLAND 28 11 1 6 IZ
33 BALTIMnoE, MARYLAND. 11 l 10 l

'? NORFOLK, v GINIA. . 1 1 I -
35 NORFOLK, vIRGINIt, l 40
36 RICHMONO-PETERSBuRG, vIRGINIA.. I Il I

37 WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROL 1 11 I 117 1 -
8 wILMIrGTOf, NORTH CAROLINA ) TZl 2' -
31 wIlSTONiSALEM, NORTH CAROCLINa. lil -,
40 BEAuFORT-MOPEHEAD LITY, N. C. 116 11B -al
41 CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINAA ? 1

42 CHARLFSTON, SOUTH CAROLINA I2'l 2 11J CZJ --
3. CHARLESTON', O~uTH (CROLINA I.1 -

4u SAVANPAN, GE':' IA. ... 516 161 I
45 SayVeNm, GEONRGI. ........ 3 l 1 3
K6 ATLANTA, GEOORGIa 5. 18 3 11

a. TAMPA, FLORIDA . e 11 36' 2ll
"8 TAMPA, FL.RIA . 57 1 30 2 -
49 JALCSON'JILLE, FLORIDA, I. 10 l2l -

SC' MOBILE, ALABAMA .. (1 L [
SI BIRMINGAM, ALABAMA. I 1
52 NEW 0RLEANS, LOUISIANA ..13 L, 11 9
53 NE CORLEANS. LOU 332 31 11 1 9
5u LITTLE ROCK-N. LIT. RmCY, AR. 1 -









FEBRUARY 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)
under $251 are excluded from all district data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Data in the columns headed "all carriers" and "U.S. flag carriers" include
identifiable by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total
orth South Australia a
Souh Europe Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag Oceania
carriers carriers


620 374

IX)

18
4
3
I
9

28
26
2

14 972
15
13
14 945

168
5
163

4 496
3 356
96
1 045

321 569
1 010
17
5 784
314 758

10 554
9 951;
335
260
(Z)

306
306

32
29
3

22 026
1
1
22 000
24

14
14

1 406
29
1 377

199
168
31

(Z)
(Z)

3 255
2 820
9


(X)

279 863

12

3

9

27
26
1

5 962
7

5 955



122

3 390
3 102
81
208

138 568
707

4 489
133 371

5 675
5 447
14
212
(Z)

260
260

6
3
3

22 025
1
1
22 0.21C
23

3
3

1 037
29
1 008


i.
18

(2)
(21

1 270
844


52 282

20 349

4

3



27
26
1

1 531
14
1
1 517

133

133

3 871
2 805
62
1 004

9 774
19
10
1
9 744

732
492
1
239


192
192

2
1
1

2
1
1



3
3

16b

.13

n,

18




2 008
1 999
9


26 655

8 546










29












15 912
9


15 903

1 424
1 424




3
3
-

-
















(Z)I
(Z)
-
























20
20


338 208

170 663

9



9




12 853
1
12
12 840

29

29

530
487
21
22

216 351
931
8
2 900
212 512

5 268
4 934
320
14


65
65

30
28
2

22 019


22 000
19

1
1

410
1."
'96

109
96
13

(2)
(Z)

471
470


169 719

73 h-1

4
4







51


517


5
5


96
64
13
19

56 236
51


56 185

2 329
2 307
14
7
(Z)

45
45





5



5

10
10

380
12
368







426
1


4 004

1 753
























753



753

24
24


29 413

4 702










42


42









22 543


2 883
19 660

778
778




I
1
























329
329









12 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975


Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
I Er 'ha r4f'nur I ..r itrni ptCe fr inr.rn..iton ,-r. c4..Ir. L def r.i ai r, f .uitols e mpor value an so-rces of eorrr in ihe data Estm1ateo hhipsents valu ed
same shilpment no,

.hlppp n --, r.,I 11 6I00 p.rI.dsl



erl a her a l r.d 4dfrica

> arrI.. ,...r r1err


NEW ORLEANS, LOU IS1ANA-.CONTi MUED
55, BATON ROuE, LuISINA 5 5 -I
56 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE .. (. Z I 1
5' pORT ARTHuR, TErA . -
56 PORT ARTHUR, 7E . 121 Ill

59 LAREDO, TEAAS. . 20 45 1 2) -
60 BROWNSvILLE, TEAS . 1 2 -| f l )
61 LAREDO, TE .. i 2' "
62 SAN ANTONIO, rEAS I 2u 37 -

63 EL PASO, TE b L EL PASO, EAS .. .' 1 -
65 DENVER, CLOAD 601' 50 1 9
66 ALBUGQUERGuE. NEw MNElCO. 14 1

67 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. .I -
68 SAN DIEG0, CALIFONIA 11 -
69 SAN VSID10, CALIFORNIA I) i l rZ]-

70 OGALES, ARIZONA .... 53' -
71 NOGALES, ARIZONA |
72 PHOENI, ARTZONA .. 50 "? 1 (Z)

73 LO5 ANiGELES, CALIFORNIA 5 729 1 Br, 4 'l 02 1 15i 3 7.6 101 45
74 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. 2 a' '21 lI f1I
75 LONG BEACH, CALIFORN]A 536 1 77 396 11 1
76 LOS ANGELES INTL. AIRPOR. ... 5 16' 1 'So 51' H1 I OT'N | 329 19 45
77 LAS vEGAS, NEvADA .I I -

78 SAN FRAraCICO, CALIFORIA 83 I C,'? 1 ?7 ', 3 451 b6 6
79 SAN FRANCISCO INTL. AIRFORT. 3 821' 2!o 1061 -' 0 I 3 -30 b6 6
80 S5N FRANCISCO, CALIFO!RNIA 21 a 21 1I
81 OAKLAND. CALIFORr.IA I 2i '
82 SAN JOAQuIN RI'ERa CALIFORNIA. ,. I
83 SuISUN BAv. CALIFORNIA l .' .

8" PORTLAND, OREGON. .. 5 '
85 PORTLANhD OREGON -I

86 SEATTLE, wAHINGTO. 26'1 1 11.:. 17 I5 li b6 4 56
87 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 10 I Z 1 0 -
88 BLAINE, w IHJaNGTON . 1 I 1 l
89 FRONTIER, RASHINGTON .. 5 5|
90 SPOKANE, WASHMIGTON .. -
91 OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON. 1 -
92 SEATTLE-TACOMn INTL. AIRPORT 1 210 1 0 152 I 1 127 873 54

93 ANCHORAGE, . .. 326 08 ?6l 7 3!. -
9. FAIRANt ALASK .... I l (Zn
95 arNCHORAGE, ALASA 325 "? 1 a. a

96 HONOLULU, HAWAII .... .57 111 l' 'il 13 3tb6 oC 10
97 HONOLULU AAI . 1) -
q8 NAWIL InL[-ORpT ALLErN, mA.A] Z IZI ',' -
99 HO"OLLULU INTL. AIRPORT .. U55 I 7 ZiJ 365 6 0 Z1

10c GREAT FALLI, MONTANA 16 11 16 I) i 2i -2 1Z
101 GREAT FALLS, MONT rA 16 1 I 1 i -- i Z
10t PORTHILL, IDAHO. . l 1- -

103 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA .... lbl 1 I 2 i ill6
]DA PEMBlNA, NORT0 DAOTA. 121 12 12 1 i
105 rdovES. MINNESOTA . A ri
106 DuNSEITH, NORTH DAKOTA .

107 MIraNEAPOL I, MINNESOTA ht 5 66 26 b I
108 HINNEAPOL.i-ST. PAuL, MINr. 16 l =









FEBRUARY 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
under $251 are excluded from all district data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Data In the columns headed "all carriers" and "U.S. flag carriers" include
identifiable by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total a
Australia a

-Allo a Aao Europe Asia and Africa
All r.S. fla g Oceaner
carriers carriers


425
1

2
2

178
58
28
93

1 010
19
774
217

6
5
(Z)

390
100
290

68 361
123
7 673
60 544
21

58 948
58 849
56
2
39
2

115
115

9 638
65
221
18
14
17
9 303

1 040
12
1 028

6 747
11
(2)
6 735

358
358
1(2)

73
67
3
2

1 096
1 096


425
1



28
3

25

721
12
709


3
3
(Z)

310
60
250

25 926
52
1 689
24 180
5

29 302
29 234
29
(Z)
39

113
113

8 202
65
37

14
17
8 068

195
1
194

1 237
5
(2)
1 232

324
324
(Z)

63
63



704
704


116

24
93

966
12
736
217

2
2
(Z)

352
100
252

5 805
10
257
5 533
5

2 453
2 414


39

31
31

1 050
10
146
18
14

862

670
11
659

25
3
(2)
21

313
313
(Z)

71
66
3
2

296
296


1

2
2

59
55
4


29
7
22


3
3





21 903

1 133
20 771

2 253
2 251
1


2

84
84

2 157
2
74



2 080

235

235

458


458

(2)
(Z)


1




382
382


425




3
3



15

15





34

34

36 580
105
5 985
30 474
15

52 860
52 804
54
2


(Z)
(2)

6 295
53


17
6 225

135
1
134

5 939
8

5 930




1
1



418
418


4

4

1 541
8
265
1 268


1 147
1 146
1






84

(Z)


84




295


295


2 115

8
2 107


157
157







35




35




27


27

42
42









14 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR FEBRUARY 1975


Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
eph -. *.la -, / i rcrr p ,r (. l-.r r-.= --. ,.r ,. r .r .r llk.flnll t .r I i.a..ll'm I IainrT dalF ar. i l.ur, f ir .*rr r In 3 t e ., ..ta. fSrlm.teI- shl pmIrI E val U a
s10e shlilpenls not

Srlr *Ir ,.r. 5 r I .r o., r u d r 1



"r. r r'r n 41race
'Or. ,
'rrr' r- ,rn r1


109 DULUTM, MIrnE Ta. . 1 1 1-
11'' ULIJTM, Mr EiO TA. . 1 -

I I "IL-AUgE ISCOi lr. . 2 i 1I I -
11? MILWAUK EE, lCOr',IN .. Z.. I -
11 .1 u EEN A' Y, I SI:raS r r -
11 nEt.'0lT OC, wisecC. il 1 1i' [21 1 -

11" DETRfIT, MIC aHItr. . .. 1 5. 1 3t9 1 l 9 1 3 ( 1B
II6 DETROIT, MICIjrA.I .. 55 1 13 r." ]B
I]' c'A HURON, MMIr 13 -

1:8 C.lCAGO, ILLIJ. 1C 1 .. ..3 76a 1 3' 3 39 2 799 5;B6 55
11 CHJCAGO, ILLI"1I . 1 1- l I -
1C OMAHA. NEa, ASA A. . I rZ -
121 EAST CHICAGO, INDIiA A. 1 -
122 O*HARE PI TL. jIRPORT 1 t" 1 3- 3 796 57 5

123 CL E EL arD, a I 0 :'. . 11) 1
]2' "L L c, LlAV O .I.. ... S It .0 7 -
2 CIN| IrNNATI, *JH:.. ............... 121 -
12c L' Ar O 0 Hj .1 -.e I I iZll
I2'" TOLEDO, OH I . .. I.. r 121 I
128 ERIE, 1 ENEP, AI&r l .. .. 1 1 -
129 ird A'rPC'L I ] AI'r .t 1 1 All I

130 ST. LOUIS, "liS uRI. . .., 2 I (ZI
131 KrASAS CITe, MTiS C.uI. ? 7 -(Z
132 ST. LOUIS, MISSOu'II I 1 t -

133 SaP UrA PuERl TO RICO I7 1 131 ? 61" 2'3 St I 1
13" ONCE, PuEO RICO . 7 -
135 At'r JuAN, PuERTO RICO, 5 -
1b6 SrJ JUAn [INTL. AIRPOi 3 ,'9, 1 131 ? 7 2 2'3 61 I -

13" MIAMI, FLOR . ,5S.. 2 $65 3 853 3 3-8 I931 5
13S M1AMI, FLORID . 1 5- -
139 PORT L'UEAOLADES FLORIA 56 598 -
I'0 WEST PALM lEACM, LO 0 1 -
11 F FORT PrERCE, FLI'A (. i -
1 4? MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT.. 7 510 2 3 ?29 ; '9 193 9. 1 3

1 3 HOUSTOr., TE S .- . 39" 17, 133 54 it 161 13
14" HOUSTON, TE A. . .89 67 53. 110 16 13
1 5 OLAHOM C17. OKLAHOMA C 30 o 39 -
1", DALLAS-FORT WrrTM, Tt.'A .S 67 '8 36 1 '7 2-

W1" WASHINGTONr, D. C .. 16 (12 598 7 13 (Z)
14 WaASluIT D. C. . 35 *36 16 12) 596 7 13 IZ)

m9 SHIPMENTS ujNOER 251. . 5 ?63 rll 913 220 391 1 607 57



I 'fIV 6pplc r lu e.
A Len r'h".n -r. caunI- r 00










FEBRUARY 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
under 1251 z.-s e elo fr-. ,a i r-'. >a .r. fromin data for U.S. flag carriers. Data in the columns headed "all carriers and"U.S. flagcarriers" include
1 sr, 1f. 1a ] -l rr r ,.rr |

Value (1,000 dollars)


Sout Australia
'rSout Europe Asia and Africa
SAei i 1ca, Oceania
.-.crr .r. ,r r.,r


18

25
3

22
12

780

13

39 5271
3

9
39 514

839
708



8
7

67
22
64

230


a C35

18 991
"2
68
20

18 860

a 136
2 360
373
I 781


13 087
1 3 87

6 440


18










15
1









i-
I I I l ,'









'6



15






3-
6



15
I l~







1 123




15
a-.




l"55

I 1 3'5
11 375
- Nli
iss


18
18
*3
3
(Z)

791
"78
13

7 Set)



7 568

417
341
1
67

5
21

16
6
10

2 455
190

2 265

8 178
30
68
17

8 063

501
293

207

79
79

I 113


15


15

3 770
3 770


24 6449
2
1
9
24 632

324
314

2

3
5

57
13
44

1 458

5
1 453

2 736
(Z)



2 736

3 501
1 566
373
1 562

13 073
13 073

2 916


6


6

99
99


4 541
1


4 540

98
52

46




5

5

22


22

320


3
1
315

161
159

1

175
175

1 959


107
107


2 685



2 685








4
4


10


10

14




14

261
261



241
241





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