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U.S. AIRBORNE EXPORTS

AND GENERAL IMPORTS

March 1975


Issued July 1975


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. Effecttne 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. A complete list of districts and ports is
presented in Schedule D, Classification of U.S. Customs
Districts and Ports for U.S. Foreign 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 Slates to foreign countries. The tItalistiis. therefore,
include Department of Defense Mililary Assistance
Program Grant-Aid shipments, shipments for economic
assistance under the Foreign Assistance \ct. and shipments
of agricultural commodities under P L 480 (The Agricul-
tural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as
amended) and related laws Shipments to U.S. Armed
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-
sions 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


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-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-$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 $251. 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.

-L U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

S *' For sale by the Subscriber Services Section (Publications), Bureau of the Census. Washington. D.C. 20233. or any
T ,=i o PO U.S. Department of Commerce District Office. Price 10 cents per copy. Annual subscription IFT 900, 975, 985,
and 986 combined) $3.00.


FT986-75-3










Since the export figures shown include estimates based
on a sample of low-salued 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.

Proportion of cells with
Value totals for sampling variability of:
"Total" and "North
America" of: under under under under
2% 5% 101 20%



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


$500,000-$1,000,000 .20 1.00


r.100,000-$500,000 .30 .45 .70 1.00


'20,000- -lO0,on000 .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 sample ing
Asia, Australia and variability of:
Oceania, and
Africa of:


.300,010) and over Less than 2'4


$100,000-$300,000 Less than 5 with over half
of the totals less than 2%

.!.20,000 h00, 000 Generally less than lof
with over half of the
totals less than 5/


Under t20,000 Generally t500 to t'5,000


Cells of $0 Generally less than $500


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 nongovernmenr shipmentss of mer-
chandise by air from foreign countries to the United States.
Howeer. American goods returned. bN 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 zountr% to another, when documented as
such with U.S. Customs, is not reported js 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 iransaclions 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 ma be
based on the foreign market value, export \alue. construct-
ed value, American selling price, etc. It generall, represents
a value in the foreign country and therefore excludes L) S.
import duties, freight, insurance. and other charges incurred
in bringing the merchandise to the United States Thins
valuation is primariIl used for collection of import duties
and frequently does not reflect the actual transaction salue.


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 %alued
$251 and over. Data for shipments valuedd under S251,
reported on formal and informal entries i informal entries
generally contain items valued under $251 1, 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 shoving total value of imports by all
carriers include sample estimjtcs. ihey are subject to
sampling \ariabiliht In general, the higher value figures will
have the lower percent sampling errors. Value totals of
$500,000 and over %%ill generally have a sampling variability
of less than 3 percent; value totals of under $500.000 will
generally have a sampling ariabhility of less than S50,000.










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 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 .Jjlifiijin,'n. 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









4 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR MARCH 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
(Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise combined. See the statement on front page for information r, o-r.-e definition of f a porv
valued under :.I ,r excluded fro .11 a1l ritI

Shipping weight (1,000 pounds)


Customs district and port Total Australia
orthca ASerouh Europe Asia and Afrina
All U.S. flag eric ercaOceanla
carriers carriers


1 TOTAL. ALL CARRIERS. 127 975 X) 23 474 16 036 59 761 20 380 2 711 4 196

2 V.S. FLAG CARRIERS . r1I 45 043 9 044 5 337 20 073 7 848 838 1 li.

3 PORTLAND, MAINE. . 60 60 60
4 BANGOR, iE . .. .60 60 60

5 ST. ALBANS, VERMONT. . (.Z (Z) (Z) (Z)
6 tURLINGTON, VERMONT. (Z) (Z) Z) (Z) -

7 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. ... 3 670 1 619 417 (Z) 3 096 82 9 61
9 BOSTON, MASSACHUSFTTS. 2 2 2 -
9 LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS. 1 1 -
10 LOGAN AIRPORT. . 3 667 1 616 416 (Z) 3 094 82 9 65

11 PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND (Z) -
12 PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND Z.1 -

13 BRIDGEPORT, ":0riE.:TICuT. (Z- (Z)
14 HARTFORD, 'I.NtCT T.u (Z (Z)

15 *.',L'r-.SouSG, NdEW YORK . (Z) (Z) (Z)
16 .,:C.Er.sBuoi, NEW YORK (Z) (Z) (Z)

17 bUFFALO, NEW YORK. . 616 535 536 77 (Z) (Z) .1
14 BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. 469 466 389 77 (Z) (Z) 3
19 ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. 70 70 69 (Z)
20 SYRACUSE, NEW YORK . 77 77

21 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK. 54 458 18 639 3 370 4 038 36 161 8 053 183 2 o03
22 NEW YORK, NEW YORK . 550 514 22 1 432 94 -
23 ALBANY, NEW YORK . I 1 1 -
24 NEWARK, NEW JERSEY . 3 3 3 -
25 JOHN F. KENNEDY INTL. AIRPORT. 53 905 18 122 3 345 4 036 35 729 7 959 183 2 653

26 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 1 659 1 016 282 82 723 485 6 AI
27 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 1 507 d94 213 82 641 485 6 81
28 PTTTSBUR6, PENNSYLVANIA. 70 40 70 (Z
29 HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA .82 82 82

30 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, ,. 100 100 33 66
31 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. 100 100 33 66

32 WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 120 119 (Z) 1 119 -
33 WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA (Z) (Z) ( -
34 WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. 119 119 119
35 UNIDENTIFIED . 1 -

36 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 12 12 (Z) I 10
37 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAkOLINA 12 12 (Z) 1 10

38 SAvANNAH, GEORGIA. . .396 393 93 164 121 16 1
39 ATLANTA, GEONGIA . 396 393 93 164 121 16 1

40 TAMPA, FLORIDA . 119 63 56 62 1 (ZI -
41 TAMPA, FLORIDA 119 63 56 62 1 !11 -

42 MOBILE, ALABAMA. . 14 11 1 10 3
43 "'.BILE, LABAMA. . .. 10 10- 10
44 -IMIiGHAN, ALABAMA. .- -3
45 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA . 1 1 -

See footnotes at end of table.










MARCH 1975


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


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 I.S. flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total a
North South Ausorald
rta Am a Europe Asia asd Africa
... Aferi ca Amerirca e
All -S. fla Oceania
carriers carriers


1 356


(X)

499 730

181
181

13
13

26 799

18
26 781







3
3

6 277
5 121
1 1551


207 279



205 892

5 900
5 225

1-3

5 671
5 671

.?1
",; 1
350


1131
113i

3 8691
3 8691

60
60

105
104


135 123

63 571




2
2

4 496

18
4 4781







3
3

6 630
4 788
1 154


28 23
1.j-
12

28 "'7

2 700
1 'e=.
7-

326
326






21
2




295
295


105 905

28 071






6


6














39 812
125


39 687

1 504
1 504



ow




24

3
3

1 031
1 031

36
36


705 061

233 527

181
181

11
11

48 010
1

46 009

2
2






367
366
1


461 658
589


461 069

4 958
4 411
3
143




350

350





776
776

50
50

1


1


291 670

122 791



-[



1 188


1 188
-
-)

25
25





-)


112 1611
808


111 313|

2 644
2 6'44



5 3451
5 345






107
107

I 481
1 481

3


104
104


40 639

b 163







1 191


1 191









3
3



27 687



27 687

245
245













89
89




99

99









6 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR MARCH 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
(Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise combined. See the statement on front page for information on coverage, definition ot f.a.s. ea-:rs
valued under 1251 are excluded frot all disn ric,

Shipping weight (1,000 pounds)


Co Customs district and port Total
SSth South Australia
.rth Souhri Europe Asia and Afri a
All L.S. flag Oce.l.
carriers carriers


46 NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 571 69 548 18 5
47 NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA .571 69 546 18 5 -

48 LaI'C', 10 i... .. 188 109 124 5 55 5
49 cn".rSlILLE, TEXAS . 74 73 19 1 54
50 LAREDO, TEXAS . 7 7 7
51 HILDAGO, TEXAS . 3 3 3
52 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS . 104 26 94 4 1 5

53 EL PASO, TEXAS . .. 162 151 151 (12 10
54 EL PASO, TEXAS . 3 3 3 -
55 *E E, [*Ln- 0 148 148 148 (Z)
56 -LU.rE t, *.I* MEXICO. 10 10

57 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. 7 -
58 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 7

59 NOGALES, ARIZONA . 16 3 16
60 LUKEVILLE, ARIZONA . 5 5
61 PHOENIX, ARIZONA . 10 3 10

62 L0s ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. 8 553 2 494 603 392 2 924 3 750 783 Inl
63 LOS AtfGLES, CALIFORNIA. 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (2) -
64 LOS "1rGELis INTL. AIRPORT.. 552 2 494 603 392 2 923 3 750 783 11l

65 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 3 907 2 256 337 63 473 2 141 887
66 SAN FRANCISCO INTL. AIRPORT. 3 714 2 063 337 63 469 1 950 887
67 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. (Z) (Z) Z) -
68 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 13 13 13
69 MARTINEZ, CALIFORNIA (Z) (2 -
70 SUISUN BAY, CALIFORNIA 180 180 3 177 -

71 PORTLAND, OREGON . 293 292 88 185 17 1 2
72 PORTLAND, OREGON . 293 '2 88 185 17 1 2

73 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. . 1 084 851 315 2 269 476 5 17
74 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. 200 195 8 191 1
75 EVERETT, WASHINGTON. .... 3 2 -
76 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON.. 128 109 128
77 SEATTLE-TACOMA INTL. AIRPORT 753 547 186 2 259 284 5 Ib

78 ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 86 76 (21 6 80 -
79 FAIRBANKS, ALASKA. . (Z) (Z) (Z) -
80 ANCHORA6E, ALASKA. . 86 76 80

81 HONOLULU, HAWAII . 562 178 31 1 359 170 iZ!
82 HONOLULU, HAWAII . 36 13 1 22 13
83 KAhULUI, HAWAII.. . ) (Z) (Z)
84 HONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT 425 164 30 1 338 157 1:1

85 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA . 30 30 30 -
86 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 30 30 30 -

87 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. 3 3 3
88 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. 3 3 3

89 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 333 253 203 78 52
90 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN. 333 253 203 78 52

91 OULUTH, MINNESOTA. . 27 27 27 1 -
92 DULUTHT, MINNESOTA.. 27 27 27
93 INTL. FALLS-RANIER, MINN. 1 -

See footnotes at end of table.











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

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total a


All S. r Amerca l Oceania
carriers carri-er


2 658
2 658

A27
202
49
22
554

1 598
29
1 %09
60

18
18

429
26
404

139 582
49
139 533

90 073
87 745
1
1 250
15
1 062

6 773
6 773

16 039
2 u17
195
504
12 923

519
4
515

5 534
234
36
5 265

469
469

128
128

4 502
4 502

169
145
24


510
510

416
190
49
22
155

1 535
27
1 508


15
15

1 1



32 961
1
32 961

50 991
48 679
!
1 250
-
1 062

6 744
6 744

10 815
2 012
1(-
4, 2
8 361

110
4
106

2 959
144
36
2 780

469
469

121
121

3 288
3 2P8

145
145


2 473
2 473

683
114
49
22
497

1 "5

1 506


18
18

429
26
404

3 875

3 874

5 432
5 31
i



1 441
1 441

2 882

29
504
2 348

4
4


63
19



469
469


128

1 555
1 555

145
145


47
47

8"
81


3

60


b60


-





51 0521
46
51 006

11 344
11 296


1i
33

5 066
5 066

3 906

I Ci

-I
3 462

25

25


5








1 184
1 it-

2,

24


35



35













1) 324
3
11 321

15 1"8
15 191





31
31

35



35





4 439
151
36
4 2t2


2 377

2 377

112
112





22
22

369
32


338





29


29










8 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR MARCH 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
(Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise combined. See the statement on front page for information on coverage, definition of f.a.s. -P"re
valued under $251 are excluded from all di1triac

Shipping weight (1,000 pounds)


SCustoms district and port Total Australia
North South Europe Asi a ari Afr
America America Europe ham and Afrl a
All U.S. flag Oceania
carriers carriers


94 MILWAUKEE, VISCONSIN (Z. (Z (Z)
95 MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN (Z) Z)

96 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. . 1 828 1 481 321 5 1 389 78 4 31
97 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. . 1 828 1 481 321 5 1 389 78 4 31

98 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. . 1: 283 5 406 2 295 3 7 931 1 739 4 311
99 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. . 2 1 I (Z)
100 OMAHA, NEBRASKA, .. 2 2 2 -
101 EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA. (Z) (Z)- -
102 O'HARE INTL. AIRPORT 12 P79 5 403 2 293 3 7 929 1 739 4 311

103 CLEVELAND, OHIO. . 496 20 310 2 181 (Z) 3
104 CLEVELAND, OHIO ... 481 5 295 2 181 (Z) 3
105 DAYTON, OHIO . Z.. (Z) (Z) (Z) -
106 ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA . 11 11 11 -
107 SANDUSKY, OHIO. . .4 4 4 -

108 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI .... 138 99 24 (Z) 49 60 6
109 KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. 9. 99 1 49 45 a
110 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 30 23 7
111 WICHITA, KANSAS . 10 1Z) 1Z) 7 2

112 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO. 1 186 480 898 252 33 1 2
113 PONCE, PUERTO RICO 38 3 38 -
114 SAN JUAN INTL. AIRPORT 1 148 442 860 252 33 1 2

115 MIAMI, FLORIDA . 15 872 6 339 6 751 8 507 492 93 (Zl) 2I
116 MIAMI, FLORIDA . 22 8 2 20 -
117 PORT EVEPCLADES, FLORIDA 219 176 219 -
118 WEST PAL- BEG.:M, FLORIDA 41 40 40 (Z) 1-
119 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA 12 12 -
120 MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT. .. 1! 579 6 114 6 491 8 487 491 81 (Z) 29

121 HOUSTON, TEXAS . 2 885 1 050 543 763 442 803 5 320
122 HOUSTON, TEXAS . 2 457 628 299 733 442 689 5 dSB
123 TuLSA. OtLAHOMA. . 49 48 1 8 0
124 )ALLa~-FcrT WORTH. TEXAS 380 375 244 22 114 1zi

125 WASHINGTON, 0. C. . 1 080 92 3 243 797 33 (Z)
126 WASHINGTON, 0. C. . 1 077 92 3 240 797 33 (Z) a
127 ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 3 -

128 SHIPMENTS UNOER $251 . 13 743 ( NA) 5 057 1 431 4 084 1 975 649 5oa

129 SPECIAL CATEGORV SHIPMENTS 1 417 709 (D) (I) (0) (D ) (0) I)

Represents ero. D Data withheld to avoid disclosure of information for security reasons. A Not available. X Not applicable. Z Lesa
than 200 pounds or $500.










MARCH 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 all district and cottlnent data. Estimated shipments
data and from data for U.S. flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)

Total a
ha Ai Europ Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag A.erca rli Oceania
carriers carriers


2 2 94
2 2 95

16 142 14 229 3 258 11 12 207 535 25 10b 96
16 142 14 229 3 258 11 12 207 535 25 106 97

112 929 49 954 23 928 49 64 924 21 157 105 2 766 98
11 5 10 1 99
35 35 35 100
45 45 101
112 838 49 913 23 893 49 64 869 21 157 105 2 766 102

3 663 164 2 075 114 1 459 5 10 103
3 522 22 1 934 114 1 459 5 10 104
2 2 2 105
132 132 132 106
7 7 7 107

2 476 1 297 236 2 1 079 1 118 42 108
1 291 1 291 6 1 079 195 12 109
289 230 59 110
896 5 2 864 30 111

8 902 3 393 2 437 4 048 2 256 18 144 112
81 81 81 113
8 821 3 312 2 356 4 048 2 256 18 144 114

69 772 25 517 23 162 41 423 3 870 940 1 376 115
82 31 17 65 116
226 125 226 117
326 302 297 24 5 118
74 74 119
69 064 25 060 22 622 41 335 3 e64 867 1 376 120

16 501 5 210 3 560 1 935 4 236 4 557 34 2 180 121
13 463 2 225 1 948 1 363 4 236 3 917 34 1 965 122
234 209 25 25 185 123
2 804 2 776 1 587 547 640 30 124

14 765 1 998 14 2 210 11 720 466 3 352 125
14 751 1 998 14 2 196 11 720 466 3 352 126
14 14 127

42 804 ( NA) 11 283 3 994 14 150 8 043 2 894 2 440 128

42 067 30 054 (D) (D) (10 (D) (0) (D) 129










10 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR MARCH 1975


Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
(See the statement on front page for information on coverage, definition of Customs import value and sources of error in the data. Estimated shipments valued
sBe shipments not

Shipping weight (1.010 pounds)


Total
o Oustoms district and port TtAustral
N-orth Sooth Europe and Africa
All A.S. flag A tc. Orip AodnA.
carriers carriers


1 TOTAL, ALL CARRIERS. .. .. 81 533 (X) 12 360 9 375 37 770 21 057 520 371

2 U.S. FLAG CARRIERS . (X 714 822 5 094 3 351 16 723 9 330 252 72

3 RORTLAND, MAINE. ... 129 (Z) (Z) (2) 11i 10
4 BANGOR, MAINE. . 129 (Z) (ZI (Z) 118 IL
JONESPORT, MAINE . (ZI ({1

6 ST. ALBANS, VERMONT .. 1
7 ST. ALBANS, VERMONT. 1 1 1
a BURLINGTON, VERMONT. (Z) (Z (

0 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. . 646 1 100 61 15 2 462 83 (z2 25
10 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. ... 6 6 3 4
11 NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 2 (Z) (Z) 2
I? LOGAN AIRPORT. . 2 638 1 094 59 15 2 456 83 (Z2 25

13 BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. 1 1 I (Z
14 BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT (Z) --- ()
IA HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. .. 1 1 (Z)
1A NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT (Z) (Z) (Z)

17 OGENSBU(RG, NEW YORK .. .. 1 1 1
18 CHAMPLAIN-ROUSES POINT, N. Y. 1 1 1

19 BUFFALO, NEW YORK. . 163 105 116 45 2
20 BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. 130 93 86 43 1 -
21 ROCHESTER. NEW YORK. 7 7 5 2
22 SYRACUSE, NEW YORK . 26 5 25 I

23 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK. 37 793 18 424 1 639 3 761 24 853 7 160 178 242
24 NEW YORK, NEW YORK .. .. 39 25 (Z 20 6 13 (Z)
25 ALBANY, NEW YORK . 5 (Z) (Z) 5
26 NEWARK, NEW JERSEY . 3 3 3
27 JOHN F. KENNEDY INTL. AIRPORT. 37 746 18 396 1 639 3 741 24 842 7 147 178 199

29 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 526 261 80 66 315 63 1 1
20 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 456 235 13 66 313 62 1 1
30 CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. .. I -
31 PITTSBURG, i. 69 26 67 2 (Z)
32 HARRISBURr, raras,L.ur () (Z) (Z

33 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. . 40 14 34 5 1
34 6ALTIMORE, MARYLAND. 40 14 34 5 1

35 NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. . 2 (Z) I (Z) (Z)
3F NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, . I IZ) I 1(2
37 RICHMOND-PETERSRURG, VIRGINIA. (Z () (Z) -

3A WILMINbTON, NORTH CAROLINA .. 5 4 1 4
39 NILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 1 1
40 wINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. (Z) (2 (z)
41 CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA. 4 4 4

42 CHAPLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (2) (2)
43 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (2) (Z2

44 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. . 47 44 15 32 (2)
45 ATLANTA, GLERGIA . 47 44 15 32 (Z)

46 TAMPA, FLORIDA . 24 9 17 7
47 TAMPA, FLORIDA . 17 2 16 1
4A JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .. 6 6 1 5
49 PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA. 1 1 1

C MOblILE, ALABAMA. .. .. (Z) () (2)
51 MOBILe, ALARAMA. .... () ) (Z) -

See footnotes at end of table.










MARCH 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)
under t251 are excluded from all district data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Data in the columns headed "all carriers"and "U.S. flagcarriers" include
identifiable by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total
Australia
NA th S-11 Purope Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag Seri A erOceania
carriers carriers


733 057

(X)

364
363
1

59
29
30

53 733
167
30
53 536

14
(Z)
13
1

9
9

2 945
2 101
108
736

369 964
?63
5
3 919
365 778

8 836
7 672
75
1 087
3

436
436

43
42
1

49
15
32
32

(2)
(12)Z

627
627

166
153
6
7

11
1


(x)

292 174

I
1


59
29
30

7 416
158
5
7 253

13

13


9
9

2 268
1 945
93
230

144 870
157
2
3 919
140 792

4 354
3 330

1 022
2

426
426

42
41
1

44
15
2
27




b606
606

77
64
6
7

1
1


58 697

23 874

2
2


59
2o
30

1 556
157
9
1 390






9



1 771
91
72t5

10 678
4
2

10 672

1 988
932

1 056


395
395



1i

15
15






287
P87

91
87
4


34 371

13 200








66


66













21 502
113


21 3e9

1 181
1 181






41
a1


426 478

167 249

2
1
1





51 545
10
21
51 514

7
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6
1




327
310
17


262 639
51
3

262 586

3 P53
3 747
75
31
1

26
26

1

1

34

2
32




327
327

75
67
1
7

1
1


187 983

80 266

110
110






466


466








31
20

11

59 587
80


59 507

1 483
1 479

1
2

16
16









(Z)
1Z)

13
13


4 926

2 393








5


5

7

7
(2)








724



724

47
47


20 104

5 192

250
250






96


96













14 833
15

3 919
10 900

285
285










12 U S GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR MARCH 1975


Table 2 Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
S-I. I rI -r I l Ir. ".r, r ir Ir p .i r .-F,r-1 ,r rr r A... Itf An Ii'.r. ,1 u.=. ', Impercr lu'- and EO..r uf error in (he MbAI MlAIUdled hntpments vBl|u d
a_ e shipments not

"h.p. ,, ...









_' l- urEL.Ear, LOl ISIa'A .31 lI 31 1 II 3 I/ 11

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0 LAME HI.AILEiS LC.UlSIA.. 12 S A'

AL.t SIT., T rt A . -

0. LAEOS,, tEAs. . -" 0O -1 1 1-,
LC 'O PSAIILL T Ac . I -
S ', M. .Tr.,IO. TEWA . 'I A 1lA; lll -

'.* IL -aS. TT A . 1 "-3 75 6,I I ; (l1
S' L L ""I'.. MEtA. . zI I 1I -. -
S E,'.' t Ci.JaOr, . 71I "73 .I I 1 -. I.
S.LBui tEOT ; MEEGCO. 1 7

SM LBi itA CO L[tP EI. . u 3 I A1 l 3l
71 LA rIEG., .:AL F RIA. U 3 3 I i

.' P,,J LEL, ANIt.ZNA . .I I'.'' IIZI 2' I
'" L'"IUAL' I ...... .. l A 12, 2-NA
S OUAL s, L1IA,Ar. ....... 21 12
7 ..'ua i &i [ u l t' i I;
AI i Er.[*. A ',jA .. .. i -

76 LC : APJ4'r FLE C(AL i UP'I a. A ? l .6 .r .i 1i 371 36 1 lit 311
7? L'S 'GELFi'. C LI;LJP'IA 3' 1' rA p 3 ZI -Z
w 0OiT IAP, Lul1. C"LIA ioIl r, i :I -
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( LA> A*CELt I"TL. If 5 AQ2n 2 3i 1 '5 1 31 3 q.\ In 31
I LaS '. [As, LOAAD . .21 i l 3

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.T lT. Ia., Ca.r I tR..S. 37 1 37
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1 ORTLANr., Or. GO' . 15 1 Ii iZJ

C; b' T lLE A I ,r.T( . ei6 I -*S ?-3' 1 I 2'3 I
S AEA iLtLE, .A' IrG1'T . -
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S ILA i *. i 1' Tl . t'4 1.' -
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4,, 'POA, a'S, A iN ,IT. j. 1 7-
v.. 'L "'IA tA .m TOn, I I 121 -| -I
Il P AI.I f lAa .T l .,11 1 ,
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11' :.:"C.' lt, MLA.' . 1 '745 1 I 11I I Iti -I II 33
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II:'. &I'.JN., A *lA*..... I l, I I -I -,
A.M rAJCHI.ArLt ALASIA 1 "'2 ] I | I l 33 -1

IC' *'.LUL -A*All . 1JI 1" 12 I'l 5/0 HI 2
1. "CNC'L LLI, al .A I 1 -
u" ILC, .aAl[ . -I -i -. .

5.epSo, at* A .'AIM rAIM'0311'A .










MARCH 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
under t25 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)


Tot al 3
North Suth Europe Asia Ausral Africa
All P.S. fla Amernc, America Oceania
carriers carriers


1 965
1 947
9
7
3

4
1

2

4
4

318
8
310

779

670
108
9
9

574
1
290
284

91 761
65
2
6 983
84 706
5

69 48P
69 259
10
126
2(0
66
6

119
(Z)
118

11 364
17
1
175
1
6
1
35
3

11 124

2 189

51
2 13i

8 967
3
3


81
73
6
2
(Z)

2


2




40
(Z)
39

698
(2)
640
58

4
4

296
1
16
2P0

41 995
27
2
886
41 076
5

33 835
33 623
8
112
20
66
6

107
(Z)
'107

10 208
13
1
13

6
1
35


10 137

1 127
2
14
1 112

1 521


1 822
1 807
9
5
(Z)






4
4

305

305

690
(z1
631
5"

2
2

297

17
280

9 517
1
2
307
9 205
2

2 502
2 435



66
1

77
(Z)
77

1 382


121
1
6

35
3

1 217

1 643
4
50
1 589

2


11
7

2
3

4


2




10
8


78

27
50

3
3

272
-
272
-

41 200


1 137
40 060
3

2 602
2 597




5

39

39

1 499
9
1
54



(2)


1 434

456

1
455

1 335


106
106











3

3

9

9


1
1

2
1
2


37 098
41

5 228
31 830


62 260
62 104
10
126
20



2

2

8 424
9




1



8 414

90


90

7 403
3
3


6
6




















4
4

3


3

1 977
24

245
1 709


1 890
1 990






(2)

(IZ)

57








57






111


1

1









1 110



1 110


124
124


















4









U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


MARCH 1975


Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
: rEe n, erv, .,. r -r, front p.,*e for Infors...'or, o. coverage aelint r1-.. :I .-.eRe, tE It.pr.t .ilu.e and sources of error in tre lst&. Fit a l i shipment. valued
s.e shipmen.s pot


Total
North '.u.r, I i
All U.S. (l.g a :rrr r pe Ai s Amr, : ,r
carr irs carriers


S0 Customs district and port





HONOLULU, HAWAII..CONTINUED
110 hONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT .

111 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA .
112 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA ,.

113 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. .
114 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. .

115 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA .
116 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN, .

117 DULUTH, MINNESOTA. . .
118 DULUTH, MINNESOTA.. .
119 INTL. FALLS-RANIER, MINN. .

120 MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ..
121 MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN .

122 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. .
123 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. .. .
124 PORT HURON, MICHIGAN .
125 SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN .

126 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. . .
127 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, .
12P EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA, .
129 O'HARE INTL. AIRPORT .

130 CLEVELAND, OHIO. .
131 CLEVELAND, OHIO. .
132 CINCINNATI, OHIO . .
133 DAYTON, OHIO . .
134 ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA ..

13a IT. LUTIS, MISSOURI. .
136 54r.t5 CITY, MISSOURI, .
137 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. .

13l SAN JUAN, PLIERTO RICO.. .
13Q PONCE, PUERTO RICO .
14r SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO. .
141 SAN JUAN INTL. AIRPORT .

14? MIAMI, FLONIDA . .
143 MIAMI, FLOHIDA . .
140 PORT EVFRGLADES, FLORIDA .
145 146 MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT. .

147 HOUSTON, TEXAS . .
146 HOUSTON, TEXAS ,. .
149 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. .
150 TULSA, OKLAHOMA. .., .
151 DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS .

152 WASHINGTON, D0. C, . .
153 WASHINGTON, 0. C. ,

li4 SHIPMENTS UNUER $251 .. .


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17
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17




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41

21


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MARCH 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 "US. flag carriers" include
identifiable by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)



North loath Australia .
orth So Europe Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag America America Oceania
carriers carriers


* 961

207
207

104
104

1 644
1 644

13
13
61

61
61

4 976
4 972
3
(Z)

45 908
269
9
45 630

1 827
1 792
(21)
4
31

154
30
124

4 507
96
6
4 405

20 837
36
201
69
20 711

4 941
3 168
(Z)

1 772

15 902
15 902

7 189


1 521

167
167

1,13
103

1 185
1 185

12
12


40
40

3 659
3 658

(Z)

14 499
269
4
14 226

607
575

3
29

44
18
27

1 643
33

1 610

5 969
11
15
46
5 898

755
455

(2)
300

13 391
13 391

( NA)


28

207
207

92
92

433
433

13
13


56
56

778
774
3
(21

9 001
13
3
f 985

322
319
(2)



2 0
3

28
15
14

2 043
96
2
1 946

8 027
21
15
68
7 923

950
535

(Z)
415

41
41

773


1 335

(Z)


11
11

456
456




5
5

4 113
4 113



28 351
256
5
28 090

1 505
1 473

4
28

100
12
89

2 043

4
2 039

2 838

6

2 833

3 332
1 980
(Z)

1 352

13 991
13 991

3 784





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