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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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U.S. AIRBORNE EXPORTS

AND GENERAL IMPORTS


APRIL 1975


st 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. Effective January
1975, this report presents data for all individual ports (and
Customs districts) through which air shipments were made.
Prior to January 1975 data were shown only for those
Customs districts having combined exports and imports by
air valued at $1 5 million or more during the preceding
calendar year. 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 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
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 countrN to another, when documented as such with
U.S. Customs, is excluded The statistics in this report also
exclude shipments b) 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 $251-5499 while
data for shipments valued $500 and over were fully
compiled. For Canada, the statistics continue to reflect fully
compiled data for shipments aJlued S2 000 .ind oser
combined wilh eslmiated data for shipment salied froni
5251-I .999. based on a 10-percent ajnrmpl of sl sinr-
menis Shipping weight and %alue ddta or inior Jgg:regalis
are also cslimated for Slupments .lued undtr S251 1 lheie
estimates are not included in the data nlio&n Ior individual
Customs ports and distriL I


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.

S U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

11 4 For sale by the Subscriber Services Section (Publications), Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233, or any
%47s co I^ U.S. Department of Commerce district office. Price 10 cents per copy. Annua; subscription (FT 900, 975,985,
and 986 combined) $3.00.


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Since the export figures shown inLlude 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 outi ol 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
Americ3" of: under under under under
2-1 5 10Il 20



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


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


$100,000-.t500,000 .30 .45 .70 1.00


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


Cells of under
t20,000 Are likely to have
sampling variability from
B3,000 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 2'.


.ho00,000-.t300,000 Less than 5 wth over half
of the totals less than 2e.

$20,000-$100,000 Generally less than 10tf
with over half of the
totals less than 5'


Under $20,000 Generally .500 to 45,000


Cells of .$0 Generally less than t500


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.
However, American goods returned by 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 cf 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. This
valuation is primarily used for collection of import duties
and frequently does not reflect the actual transaction value.


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 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 I-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).




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


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









4 U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR APRIL 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
,r.-,a -n ..n r pr< ,,, 1ri 'I r.' rr i n m r,'r ,..d~b.e .' rtLr I d. tf ir. I 'mr...r, in t r.' i ee Ior I t-ifomr-ni aon -.r, cu,erA e o nerifnl on of f a S ewpor
valuedd .runder .2I are r eJIclaed fram all distiriR

;r.l.ppir. .|I.hf II O'O0 pouno s.





All I i. fI., Oc.anI.



1 TOTAL, ALL CARATES. 132 6-3 7 e 59 18 3-6 57 707 21 3S6 2 814 3 758

> U.S. FLAfI CARRIERS . r l 5 699 1 265 5 '47 19 73t 8 103 749 719

3 POnTLANO, "INE . 1. 10 1 8 108
o BarGOR, MAINE. . 1 .06 -

S 6 BURL I'JTON, 4ERON. -

7 &OSTON. MA SCMCISETTS. 3 450 1 461 327 3 2 853 150 14 bI
6b OSION, MASSACHUSETT5. 1 -
a LAwRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS. 1
10 LOGAN AIRPORT. . 3 1 6. 325 3 ? 880 150 I1 81

I OfljISBURG, NEW 10R . 3 -
1I CMAMPLhATN-RUSES PINT, N. '. 3 3

23 BUFFALO' NEw ORK. .. u6 3 06 30 1 12t
2 .uJFFALO-MAGARA FALLS, N. ". 3B" 3tJ 130 11 4 I (12)
15 'iLC-E STER. rE VYORK o0 "-
2I6 SAcB uSE, R 31 30 1-

17 rNEW 9"R CIT, % J. oR.. 52 035 18 667 3 352 3 933 36 036 7 308 176 2 131
IP 'E. O K, 6e 3. 35 6' 2 -
19 ALBANY, NE. IORK : 07 67 -
0 nrFAFIPr, rNE JERSEY 915 "3 --
21 JOHN F. KENNEDE. INTL. AIRPORt, 57 "69 16 555 3 '73 3 666 35 96" 7 254 176 2 131

22 PHILADELPHIA. PErnr.SLJar. ?IA 316 1 2I5 32E 142 703 1 066 2 24
23 P'"1LAnELPHIA, PENNiSLANIO ,l I 733 7.0 '59 142 43" 621 2 24
2? PITTSBURG. PENNNIYLVAIIA. .. 60 ] 121
2i. MARRISBUr6, PENNSVLA4I .. 1" 0I 269 245

2 BALTIMORE MALAN . 37 5 6 -
27 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. .0 Ub 37 5 I 8

28 IL. ?Q IL.MINIGTN NORTH CAROLINA -
30 lNSTONC-ALEEM, iORTH CAROLINA,. 9
31 CHARLOTTE, NOaTH CAROLIA 1 -

I CHANLESTON, SOuTH COLINA c 12 16
33 CHARLESTON, 5OUTH LAROLINA 15 lI ', rZI 16

"u AvArrAinH, GEORGIA . 1 86 30 3 11
35 SAV ,riAh, GEORG[A . I 1
36 ATL IrTA, '-EO IGIA . 15 I'. 6 30 30 2 9

37 TMPA, LO IOA . 129 3 69 9 1
3A TAMPA, FLORIA ,. 33 69 2 -
30 ST. rETFhiduRC, FLOr 30 30 30 -

0 'rioUILE, ALABAMA. . 1 12 18 1
1 billILL, ALRMA, 7 17 1
47 I'ULIPC. RT, nTMISTSI PP 1 ] 1
43 bIFFNGAM, ALABAMA. .1- -

.4 NE OLLANS LOuISL.AN I "o 3.- *1 5 121
45 MOrOAN CIT,, LOUJSIArA. ? I
"6 **E[ G."LEANS, LO]LICan .A1 "0 356 \2 1
,7 .*EMPHIS, TENNESSEE . 7; 7 7-









APRIL 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 U.S. flag carriers)

Value (1,000 dollars)


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


1 322 870

IX)

219
194

100
100

49 396
157
13
49 227

56
56

6 190
4 369
1 066
755

629 932
927
199
3864
628 421

20 R59
18 502
1 024
733

810
810

328
103
201
24

168
168

1 757
105
1 652

497
371
126

345
177
11
157

2 853
196
2 180
127


(X)

475 880

219
194

100
100

24 538
13

24 525




5 421
4 355
1 066


186 892
249

384
186 259

6 280
5 105
442
733

669
669

328
103
201
24

168
168

1 427

1 427

149
23
126

188
177
11


1 024

547
127


139 589

61 819

24


100
100

4 508
10
13
4 486




5 654
3 869
1 066
719

25 425
45

261
25 120

3 737
2 717
1 020


528
528

103
103





461

461

317
317






2 157

2 030
127


117 043

28 715






60


60




50
50



39 861

199

39 662

1 021
1 021



-
141
141





1

1

311

311

138
13
126






149

149


651 431

205 807






42 385
147

42 238

56
56

481
445

36

439 572
812


438 760

7 735
7 437
3
295

66
66

225

201
24

1
1

586

586

42
42







351

1


282 242

107 998

194
194




999


999







7 18
3
3






75
100 074
70

124
99 880

7 183
6 744
1
438

75
75





166
166

181

181




188
177
11


196
196


34 324

10 761






370


370








1 561



1 561

52
52


36 038

6 293






1 074


1 074



2
2



23 438



23 438

531
531













217
105
113





157


157










6 U.S EXPORTS BY AIR APRIL 1975


Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of

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,C JAIEtULE CALI FOu l S. 3 97 72
6" O h-LE 4N LL t .5 I. 1 37 I
tl Lj eE ILL .E I N l Jd I . ; 1 a a

66 PAr lrJt s, n aL f, .1. 1 17
h, L 45 1 C-LES. r, L IFure i, A 1 3 2 01 1 706
6t L8 S E .En i, C A A I. 3" 3 "l I


66 SAr N F ArCI S-. C, aL I F ORrlI A. 1 f-I c 1 -' 1
67 ir trjArCtiC'' I]IlL. 016O6T0 .. s 635 I ;3 1% 31 C 31 1 005 8


7, ~ES'.C.w, CPAvI CLL-l -

71 POPTLAPC., ORE-,ur . -
7? ., TL&t r., A.E'5UTr . 22 ., lct 1 Z

70 SEATLE, rNGTOPi.. . n. 7' ?73 1 .3 367 I 16
7" SE aTTLE. IMir i7T'l.. 1' I 4 -
7 rErTT, t. ilIr'TON. I' l
7t C2c211,t, ASHINTLIra. 1 l3' 1" -

S ArC L.F j L t! A baM J L I" T 0' A6 1 3,

7 FAlct-arA' S, a TL'" -
aP ar..C.itAGE, AL4Ai'A.............. a I -5

71 a C.r.C.L. J, fa i l . 7A I ; :-. I 17 1s'
8? "M'..r AuL tL, aLA lS . I-.
B3 "mC r.CLLLJ r Lal I P R I ? 1 17 1 1

83a -p T LLIL n rfTl L a .. 71 1 ? l 111
'PE tI tALLS, ..ria . II 11 11 -

8a PEMrjIrI. r0iGM 0HC ...i..i.T, -
a' EoP]A, Da 6- rj .h E F i TM a. .iA. .

61 UL l C.A t T '1i O i*TO A . -


9 vLIL'L I TM I i0E SCl L. 22 ? .'









APRIL 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
Austratia
North South Europe Asia a Africa
All C.S. flag Ameria America Oce.and
carriers carriers


350

893
238
5
83

549

1 872
36
1 835

64
64

379
4
375

125 238
2 884
122 353

96 760
94 966
20
161
1 613

4 984
4 984

16 990
2 709
1
816
13 463

1 585
42
1 543

3 407
27
3 380

437
437

32
3
29

2 287
2 287

138
138


350

318
103

65
17
133

1 870
35
1 835

64
64





31 538
178
31 361

43 115
41 503


1 613

4 984
4 984

11 205
921

788
9 496

50
42
8

724
6
717

437
437

32
3
29

2 269
2 269

138
138


881
230
5
83
18
545

1 865
36
1 829

6U
64

379
4
375

4 327

4 327

5 623
5 602
20



732
732

2 699


629
2 071

47
42
5

228

228

437
437

32
3
29

1 227
1 227

138
138


350

8
8















36 361

36 361

10 627
10 627

1

4 147
4 147

3 872
54

188
3 630

26

26

11

11


6

6







61 606
2 834
58 772

62 586
60 973


1 613

96
96

8 307
869
1

7 436

1 512

1 512

2 455
22
2 433







1 061
1 061


1 685
29
1 656

94
94




9
9

203
9


194










U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


APRIL 1975


Table 1 Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
([i. = r,..-.r r.rrr .'f 1-(- i a...'. i.,r=*; -."r:n.ru' r e* :.lnne1 "rt the F..1mtnr, .in Front pag 14 o irdfr.atin. on forErg definition of F a.5. e-pori
--aluen -rdeAr '. 1] .re Peluaed frm Jal alartne

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._ .' n- '. l rt r ', p rr *,..r 1 ralia
,.rr -. .EIttca Europe te.I* and 4frla
411 L ii, -c eani a
carrier: carrlrrs


9' LE ,I1|, *ICMIArN. . I 71E 1 420 309 7 1 31' '0 9 38
9- u[TrIT, lCHIGjArd. ... ". 1 "20 309 7 1 313 70 9 38

9" CeICaGO, [LLIWEuli.. . 11 1-> 4 6.3 1 340 3 L 760 1 800n 7 241
9 CHICAUOA, ILL [INO15 . IZ tll 11 -
97 CMAHA, NEOPAS.A. . 6 6 1il 5
99 GA, DA. . I
q99 OHaE TPITL. APOR 11 50 4 637 2 340 3 6 755 1 806 5 2 1

100 CLEYLLa'J', 10. . 526 175 160 3., Ill 4
101 CLL.LL r.o, H . 351 1(I 130 218 [1 j 1
102 COLULUS., 00 . .. .0 10 10
103 rlAC7TOi, 0"[':' . ?
10" LAIF, Pfrpi L,'A L JAlt. . 3 23 19 -
l! IE, I ANAPOL I, [ND .A 1 .0 0 10 -

I t ST. LOut i, ISSOuRI ... 69 54 29 2 an l I[l E
307 .AN.AS ClT>, .lSC.| 57 7 40 10 IZ)
101 'T. LUU[5, MISSU'UI........ ... .. P' 2 2
10 IC.ITA, KANSAS . 9 2 1 iL]

I10 SAN JUaN, PjUEATO RICO. 83 335 bit 210 36 4 1
111 MAfAbuEZ, PuERTr RICO 17 17 17
112 POrC PUERTO RICO . rZl 1 1 .Zl
ll'I SAiA JuAN, 1 TL. A APOR T 33ld 59. 210 368 1

llu MIIAM, FLORIDA . .6 2P4o 1.' -17 II 307 "88 b7 11 1I
115 MiAMI, FL.RIUA . .5 1 2 "3 1 -
116 ET rEST, FLORIDA . 3 -
117 P.ORT EPERGrLADE5, FLTrIDA = 95 (21 -
,1a .1jES PALM BEACH, FLORI DA 57 57 57 -
11 F OR! PIERCE. FLORILA -
12' MIAMT ]NTL. AIRPORT. 2? 6" 6 1-2 r 759 11 297 a6e 67 11 18

121 OuST, TEAS . 2 7 1 70 541 383361 1 00o8 4 34
122? "(LSTEr. TEr.A .. ....... 03. ""? 371 362 361 566 1. 330
123 I'lL'S. OALAHOM. .1 35 3 359 -
12" IALLAS-FORT arhkTT I,.A .. 329 24 t16' 2 1-2 16

125 W m"ICTDh. ,. C. ... .o. 188 2 26 -11 31 1 92
26 nA .MH'GTOM. C. C. ... .56 I 2 286 11 31 1 92

127 SIPMENTS uNDER .251 . 1r9 -" I Aj 7- 3 1 ,70 5 01 2 421 638 661

S29 5PECIAL CATEG ,OV SHIPREaTS I 0i3 I8 D o) fIl 101 (0) (D)

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l Data -itrr.nla to a 3 Od ab lnur ': I- > mat i- fi r ( itn rar nr. t
MAI Not a-a .able.
l ARt Ap lic.0LE.
*i la la nn .001 poac.da or L.aO.









APRIL 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
North South Australia
he h Ae a Europe Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag America America Oceania
carriers carriers


15 852
15 852

95 335
5
141
26
95 162

4 406
2 767
18
9
205
1 407

1 569
821
214
534

8 111
32
2
8 077

93 010
584
61
148
501
1
91 714

17 130
12 677
372
4 080

8 491
8 491

48 788

62 203


14 227
14 227

41 270
5
141

41 124

1 639
(Z)
18
9
205
1 407

851
821

29

2 514
32
2
2 480

30 085
26
3
109
501

29 446

5 062
2 494
370
2 198

1 600
1 600

( NA)

54 486


3 563
3 563

21 124

55

21 069

1 577
1 362
18
9
188


237
36
202


2 065
32
2
2 031

33 823
13
61
143
501

33 105

3 656
2 289
2
1 365

14
14

11 833

(D)


79
79

29



29







24

12
12

2 876


2 876

54 016
554



1
53 461
1 118
1 081

38

411
411

4 320

(D)


11 664
11 664

55 953
5
86

55 861

2 823
1 399


17
1 407

677
677


2 605


2 605

3 490
18

5


3 468

3 182
3 182



7 344
7 344

17 139

(0)


301
301

16 331



16 331

(Z)
(Z)




584
108

476

384


384

1 365




1 365

6 228
4 465
370
1 393

654
654

9 509

(D)


212
212

1 819



1 819

5
5




47
1

46

181


181

236




236

2 930
1 646

1 285

53
53

3 144

(D)










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Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
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Customs district and port






TOTAL, ALL CARRIERS. .

U.S. FLAG CARRIERS . .

PORTLAND, MAINE. . .
PORTLAND, MAINE. . .
BANGOR, MAINE. . .
BAR HARBOR, MAINE, .

ST. ALBANS, VERMONT. .
ST. ALBANS, VERMONT. .
BURLINGTON, VERMONT. .
NORTH TROY, VERMONT. .

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. .
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. .
WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS .
LOGAN AIRPORT. . .

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND .
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND .

BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. .
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. .

OGDENSBURG, NEW YORK .
CHAMPLAIN-ROUSES POINT, N. Y. .

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

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

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA .
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA .
PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. .

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. .
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. .

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. . .
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. .
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA .

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA .. .
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA .
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. .
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. .
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA. .

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA .
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA .

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. . .
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. .
ATLANTA, GEORGIA . .

TAMPA, FLORIDA . .
TAMPA, FLORIDA . .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA .
MORGAN CITY, LOUISIANA .
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA .
LITTLE ROCK-N. LIT. ROCK, ARK. .


79 303
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NI 1

6
A



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3



121
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3
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Z 079
20

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115
5
73

35 951
46
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721
35 905

600
531
69

13.
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6



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32 ;38

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1- 695

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132


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19



3
3


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152

2 Z


11 0366

3 .39


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11




15






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19

121



21





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19 .

11
19



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10 .-9

3 967











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32

22
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33 66'

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1

11
1 1



1 ;
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22 -72

9 866






(Z)
(Z1
IZ)
100

100


100










0




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12z
a 22a

4<9

25

25

1
1
1?1

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121

6
6



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APRIL 1975


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APRIL 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 a
4 Australla 3
North South Europe Asia nd Afrca
All U.S. flag Amec- a America Oceania
carriers carriers


705 807

(X1

27
1
9
17

62
33
27
1

15 923
654
(Z)
15 269

5
5

2
2

91
91

4 079
2 294
52
1 733

391 625
311
1
391 313

11 062
9 445
1 617

511
511

25
14
12

4 436
15
(ZI
4 400
21

19
19

373
13
360

223
222
1

1 849
(Z)
1 787
16


1x)

269 612

19

8
11

61
33
27
1

5 766
423

5 342



I


9
9

2 661
2 240
52
369

146 143
226

145 917

3 351
2 482
869

496
496

17
6
11

4 435
15

4 400
20

11
11

333

333

36
36


108

87
1


73 764

30 821

1

1


60
33
27


1 973
633

1 340



1
1

9
9

3 635
1 950
46
1 639

24 283
4
1
24 277

5 528
3 937
1 591

405
405

4
4


18
15


2



149

149

160
159
1

1 784

1 769
15


34 383

11 055










72


72



2Z)
(Z)



8
8


20 473
53

20 420

419
419
























3

3


350 084

145 567

9
1
8


(21

(Z)


13 209
20
(Z)
13 188

5
5



82
82

274
267
5
1

241 319
111

241 208

3 350
3 330
20

93
93

15
4
11

4 418

(Z)
4 400
18

11
11

207

207

63
63

54

8
1


196 093

78 781

11


11

1

(Z)
1

514


514









161
68

93

63 393
142

63 251

1 402
1 402

13
13

6
6
(Z)

1




8
8


17
13
4





(ZI
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4 706

2 279










2


2














976


976

11
5
6


46 533

1 109

6


6





153


153














41 182


41 182

353
353
























6

6









12 U.S GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR APRIL 1975

Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
,,r i al -If lam r F-nan pla- r -r I-f r -ll T. jr ,:: *.r o-. lSn-f in itn nf iCu Tn11 Ilporit w-il I f r o rce1 o f e rr or i he EIa. I I Es 1m d ahblp ents wlie-d


r ip r >. 1. r r i 14 pr c i I





"rr rr s parrir,


NEW ORLLAN., LOUISIANA--CONT INUED
54 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE .
55 AVtNDALE, LOUISIANA. 121

56 GALvESTON, TEAS . -
57 TEX. i CIT, TES .

56 LAREDO, TE ? 33 3 3
59 LAREDO, TEAS. ............ i 1 ()
60 SAN ANTONIO, TEAS . 33 38 3 (2 1

61 EL PASO, TLi S ..... .8 3 27 (i I 2 )
62 EL PASO, TE!SA . n \ -
63 DENvER, CLLORAOO . 23 27 2I
64 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORM IA 2 2 2
65 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 2 2 2 .

66 NOGALES, ARIZONA .2 22 27 1- 2 ,
67 NOGALES, ARIZONA ...... ... A [. [a1 -
68 PHOENI, ARIZONA . 20 16 2 Z

69 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 956 1 735 553 77 I 06 5 088 68
70 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 6 3 5
71 PORT SAN LUIS, CALIFORNIA. rzi -
72 LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA 740 95 40 4 607
73 LO A S IT.AIRPORT 6 209 1 63. 507 72 951 4 l7 165 5
7 LAS VEGAS. NEVADA ..... ... .... I 5
75 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 394 2 511 101 8 225 3 927 32
76 SAN FRANCISCO INTL. AIRPORT 385 2 503 100 22 3 919 132 2
77 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 7 7 -3 7 2
78 STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA .. I
79 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. .. .. ZI 1
80 5ACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA | ,
81 SALT LAKE CIT%, UTAH .... .. 1 ( I 2 -
82 REND, NEVADA 1...... l Z -
83 PORTLAND, OREGON .... 6 6- 2 -
8 F PORTLAND, OREGON ... 06 6 4 2
85 VANCOuvER, WASHINGTON .. 2t (Z1 -
86 SEATTLE, W ASHIGTON .I 843 1 449 328 1 188 1 325 3
87 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON .... .. I 1
88 a LAINE, .ASHINGTON .. .. 6 1
89 EVERETT, WASHINGTON. ...... 2, (
90 SPORANE. WASMINGTON. 3 2
91 SEATTLE-TACOMA INTL. AIRPORT 1 823 1 439 518 111 161 1 321 3 (

92 ANCHORAGE, AL A ... 795 236 57 42 1a10
9 KETCHIAN, ALASKA ... I., I
94 FAIRBANKS, ALASKA. 27 20 22
95 ANCHORAGE. ALAS .. 768 26 55 37 10 -
96 HONOLULU, AII . 565 169 19 3 0 6
97 HONOLULU, 1] ........., 1 1 21 1 2(2
98 NAWELI.ILI-PORT ALLEN. HA.ATI. 5 5
99 HONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT 560 16 15 3 506 16 -
100 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 15 23 35 l
101 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 35 22 35 -
102 TURNER, MONTANA.., Z. Z .

104 PEMBItA, NORTH DAKOTA. 18 18-
105 PORTAL, NORTH DAKOTA . 1 Ill

106 INNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA ... 23 63 22 IZl
107 MINNEAPOLIS-5T. PAUL, MINN. .. 2; 163 22 2 8 12 -









APRIL 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
North 'South Europe Asia and Africa
All U.S. flag America America Oceania
carriers carriers


20
25

5
5

198
110
89

567
(2)
566

7
7

410
23
387

77 383
240
1
9 433
67 702
8

63 100
63 006
46
15
2
22
7
2

70
69
1

12 783
21
350
2
26
12 384

1 654
(Z)
111
1 543

9 078
63
9
9 007

569
568
(Z)

160
155
5

2 000
2 000


20




33

33

513
(Z)
512

7
7

311
12
299

23 383
28

783
22 565
8

28 136
28 068
45
15


7


70
69
1

10 780
4
71
2
26
10 678

1 010

93
917

1 699
1
8
1 689

425
424
(Z)

151
146
5

1 524
1 524


5
5

108
26
82

509

509

7
7

404
17
387

6 619
1

268
6 346
4

1 869
1 844



22
4

54
53
1

1 491
(Z)
302

15
1 174

517
(Z)
104
413

48
4
8
35

567
567
(Z)

158
153
5

494
494


20
25



2

2

35

35



3
3


21 265
6
1
1 004
20 250
3

2 370
2 362


2

3
2

16
16


2 393
17
49


2 327

293

7
286

1 445
57

1 388

1
1


2
2

536
536


85
84
1

22

22



2
2
(Z)

45 302
230

7 962
37 110


57 487
57 427
45
15








8 878
3

11
8 862

844


844

7 375
1
(Z)
7 373








956
956


2 115
3

175
1 937


1 292
1 291
1









17



17





210


210


4
4











1 296


2
1 294

45
45










2




2









14 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR APRIL 1975

Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of

(See irt .t,1eu t a r *- r. front' o.i for i r.form.-' or, on .rr.ae, otlni' n rn Lus.Aron Import valuer na o.arce. of error In the data. Ebti. ltLed shimenth valud

Unipplin .i.h, it ,330 p-,JndS t


1 C-',.w .' ai Trrirt a r..S onrunlla
3 --rrh -outh Europe Atla *no Airica
terope Aetao n

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108 DULUTH, M:NNESOTA, ) l 1 -
109 DULUTH* MINNESOTA.. I ( I 1 -

110 MILWAUKEE, UISCONSIN .. .5 1 3 (Z) -
111 MILAUK EE, WISCONSIN 2 1 1 1) IZ -
112 MANITOWOC. 5ISCOSIN 3 3 3 -

113 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. ... I 463 1 159 153 1 297 7 (2) 6
114 DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 1 463 1 159 153 1 297 7 (Z) 6
115 PORT HUPON, MTCHIGAN () 1 -

116 CHICAGO, ILLINOTS. . 661 1 506 377 3 2 494 766 1 21
117 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS .... 7 8 -
118 O'HARE :NIL. AIRPORT 3 653 1 499 368 3 2 494 766 1 21

119 CLEVELAND, OHIO .. 168 ? 26 139 2 -
120 CLEVELAND, OHIO. .. 162 1 25 135 2 -
121 CINCINNATI, OHIO . z -
122 DAYTON, OHIO . .1 I) Il [I (z -
123 TOLEDO, HIO . .. 1 -
124 ERIE, PEmNYLVANIA .. 1 1 -
125 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 2 2 (l 2

126 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. ... .11 2 1l1 8 ill IZl
127 KANSAS CITy, MISSOuRI. .. 2 2 1 iZ] 2 (21) I2
128 ST. LOUIS, SOURI. 8 6 2 6 -

129 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO. I 9?7 863 1 377 .QO 128 1 (7)
130 MAYAGuEZ, PuERTO RICO. ... IZl ( -
131 PONCE, PUERTO RICO . 72 56 72- -
132 SAN JUAN, PuERTO RICO 156 77 105 45 6- -
133 SAN JUAN INTL. AIRPORr .. 1 718 7i0 1 200 395 122 1 (ZI

134 MIANI, FLORIDA . 839 3 2bt 3 532 5 890 247 165 4
135 MIAMI, FLORIDA .. .. 16 6 5 8 2 1 -
136 PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA .. 115 113 115 Z -
137 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 20 6 20 Z -
138 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA .. IZ () 12 -
139 MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT. . 687 3 135 3 391 5 8B2 245 165 8

140 HOUSTON, TEAS . .97 130 151 33 257 46 8
141 HOUSTON, TEXAS . 351 96 89 2 205 47 6
142 OKLAHOMA CITYV, OKLAHOMA. .. 40 1)1 2 31 7 -
143 D:LLAS-FORT NORTH, TE1AS 106 33 60 45 1

144 ASHINGTON, D. C. .. 971 757 46 (Z) 892 33 1
145 WASHINGTON, 0. C, . 971 757 46 11l 892 33 1

146 SHIPMENTS UNDER 1251 . 6 440 I NA) 967 281 3 064 1 850 50 29

Represents tero.
NA Not avtilabie.
(IX) Not applicable.
(Z) Leas than 500 pond or 100.









APRIL 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
,-0,er [2-1 ire pCsli- frd t all .It'rlct la a. .rd fr- onj f,'r ,... f 1 arriers. OIr .1r it, r, r columns headed "all carriers" and"U.S. flagcarriers" include


Value (1,000 dollars)


N Australia l
SNorth Soth Europe Asia and Africa
l. America America Oceania



S3 1 108
3 3 1 109

32 30 8 23 1 110
10 9 8 1- 1 111
21 1 21 112

5 s2 a" -l4 918 4 349 96 5 74 113
15 .1 a -24 917 4 349 96 5 74 114
1Z1 Z) 115

39 924 10 891 8 986 28 24 862 5 341 14 692 116
341 265 343 117
39 581 10 025 8 643 28 24 862 5 341 14 692 118

1 155 169 496 655 4 119
997 38 441 553 3 120
3 -3 121
.3 02 39 4 1 122
35 32 12 23 123
13 13 -- 13 124
65 65 2 63 125

120 66 24 (Z) 92 4 1 126
50 -8 14 (Z) 31 4 1 127
70 38 9 60 128

a 615 1 626 1 736 646 2 220 10 3 129
"I () 130
180 1-2 180 131
159 81 73 54 32 132
a 276 1 "03 1 483 592 2 188 10 3 133

21 877 I 555 8 128 10 295 2 587 759 108 134
83 6 25 11 44 2 135
19 9 19 1 136
38 5 37 I 13
2 138
21 73 i 532 8 047 10 283 2 541 756 108 139

6 607 -95 1 385 82 3 878 941 321 140
3 727 339 524 10 1 933 939 321 141
696 64 316 72 508 12
1 98- 192 545 1 437 2 143
19 887 1- 625 44 1 174 16 213 205 2 251 144
19 887 1. 625 44 1 174 16 213 205 2 251 145

7 851 I NA) 1 178 342 3 736 2 255 61 35 146






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