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Title:
U.S. airborne exports and general imports
Alternate title:
United States airborne exports and general imports
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Shipping weight and value, customs district and continent
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3 v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of the Census
Publisher:
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Place of Publication:
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Creation Date:
May 1975
Frequency:
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monthly
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Began with Jan. 1974
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-1976.
General Note:
Prior to Jan. 1976, Supt. of Docs. no. was C 56.210:986-
General Note:
"FT 986."

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Full Text


U.S. AIRBORNE EXPORTS

AND GENERAL IMPORTS

May 1975


FT986-75-5 Issuadee


Shipping Weight and Value; SEP

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 >ear. 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 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 cons lcsigLAW A f6Y
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 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.

SQ. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
C For sale by the Subscriber Services Section (Publications), Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233, or any
%a o U.S. Department of Commerce District Office. Price 10 cents per copy. Annual subscription (FT 900, 975, 985,
and 986 combined) $3.00.








Since the export figures shown include estimates based
on a sample of low-valued shipments, they are subject to
some degree of sampling %ariability 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 witn
Value totals for sampling variability of:
Tota3" and "North
America" of: under under under under
2% 5% 1 0 20%



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


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


$100,000-$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,OiuO and over Less than 2%


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

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


Under '20,000 Generally $500 to $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 nongovernment shipments of mer-
chandise by air from foreign countries to the United States.
However, American goods returned. b\ the U S. Aimed
Forces for their own use are excluded. U S trade with
Puerto Rico and with U.S. possessions and trade between
U.S. possessions are not included in this report. but imports
into Puerto Rico from foreign countries are included
Merchandise shipped through the United States in transit
from one foreign country to another, when documented as
such with U.S. Customs, is not reported as imports and is
excluded from the data. Imports by mail and parcel post
and imports of aircraft flown into the United States under
their own power are also excluded from this report as well
as certain transactions not considered to be of statistical
significance, such as personal and household effects

The Customs value shown in this report represents the
value of imports as appraised by the U.S. Customs Service in
accordance with the legal requirements of Sections 402 and
402a of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended It may be
based on the foreign market value, export value. construct-
ed value, American selling price, etc. It generally represents
a value in the foreign country, and therefore excludes U S
import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred
in bringing the merchandise to the United States. 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 5251.
reported on formal and informal entries informal entries
generally contain items valued under $2511. 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 shosxing total value of imports by all
carriers include sample estimates, theN are subject to
sampling variability. In gt-nerl,. the higher value figures will
have the lower percent sampling errors Value totals of
,500.000 and over will eenerall, 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








Sources of Error in the Statistics


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




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


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


Shipping Weight









U.S EXPORTS BY AIR


TOTAL, ALL CARRIERS. .

U.S. FLAG CARRIERS .

PORTLAND, MAINE .
PORTLAND, MAINE. .
BANGOR, MAINE ... .
LIMESTONE, IE .

ST. ALB; NS, AvERMUrT. .
BuRLINGTON. ERMOrT. .

BOST ON, MASSACHuSETTS .
ABSTON, MSSACHUSETTS .
LOGAN AIRPORT. .

duFEALO, NEn yOR1e. .
BUFFALO-rIIAGARA FALLS. N. V. .
kOCHESTER, NE O .
SYRAICUSE, NEw YOR. .

NEw YORK CITy, NE'. YORV. .
'NEW ORK, NE YORK .
ALBANy, NE. YORK .
NEWARE, NEEw JERSEY .
jOrj F. KENraNEDY INTL. AIRPORT.

PHILADELPHIA, PErNNSILVANIA .
PHILADELPIA, PEN JSYLVAN]A .
PITTSBuRG, PENNSYLvANTI. .
HARRISBURG, PENMilLNII .

BALTIMOGRE MARYLAND. .
BALTIMORE. MARLAN .

WILMINGTOnr NOATH CAROLINA .
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA .

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA .
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA .

SAVANNAM, uEOGGIA. .
BiuNSWIC$, GEORGIa .
ATLAhrA, GEGRGIa .

TAMPA, FLORIDA . .
TA P FLORIDA .

MOBILE, ALABAMA. .
MOBILE, ALABAMA. .
GULFPORT, MISSISilPPI. .
BJRMNOGHAM, ALABAMA. .

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISLANA .
MORGA CITea LOUISIANA .
NE. ORLEANS, LOuISAN .

GALVESION, TEAS .
CORPUS CH ISTI, TEAS .


12" 553

1 T

68
6
bl61






157
2 953Q



u60
361
'.6
30

<7 576
3"
12
8a
47 4113

2 5-3
1259



S 135
32
32


12

2.
2

417
39

'1q
79


9
6

2

516

516

30
30


1 X )

"1 513

61

60
1

12)
IZ'

1 131
Il l
1 131

-30
38.
"6


15 931
26

88
15 814

1 61-
611
69
1 135

32
32

12
12

2.
2-

376

376


IS
12

9
6

82

82
IZ!
82;
317J
50
30


27 261

9 692





'flI
(1

322

322

.33
357
15
30

3 00.
2-

28
2 952

513
365
148


31
31

12
12

2
2

65

85

66
66






.81



30
30


16 648

5 837

721
I2I










12
08


12



'. 086)



7
71






~15






15".


12







35

35


51 .66

Il 703

67
6
60


TZI
[Il

2 522
13
2 509

28
27
IZl


,?
30 982
6


30 976

1 169
527





-
642


1







93
3
90

1


MAY 1975


Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
r .'L n a* i r, t r i =, e rt.i1 ,-m ,, *'r. Fr. ,r pag I IC Ir.T r.i-'m n Io n c. ove rce Jefilr t cn of a s expor
valued under .r.n ar. estiudeo froo all airAItrt

ir.iprI'r. -ijlr. I 1Ut0'. pAur..lrh




I 1N~a 1>d I1,,.,
irr I' -r 0.1 -raM
,.rrar-r carir


21 710

7 282

1

1





"8

'.8

12)
(2)



6 982
2

60
6 920

772
280

493

Ill
12)




21
21
21
6.
121
6C




6
b
12)








MAY 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 =
North South Australia
Al flag America America Europe Asia tI ad Africa
AI U.S. fla g Oceania
carriers carriers


1 224 102

(X)

446
50
286
110

16
16

40 775
1 334
39 441

6 360
4 394
1 188
778

586 682
338
10
357
585 977

13 768
11 446
956
1 366

354
354

7
7

218
218

9 083
223
8 861

404
404

151
66
2
83

2 999
2
2 997

42
42


(X)

425 410

392

282
110

16
16

17 386
4
17 383

5 539
4 351
1 188


175 797
163

357
175 277

6 094
4 347
380
1 366

354
354

7
7

218
218

7 468

7 468

92
92

151
66
2
83

914
2
913

42
42


132 928

59 123





3
3

4 206

4 206

5 971
a 007
1 186
778

24 242
86

68
24 088

3 571
2 616
956


349
349

7
7

3
3

606










2 376

2 376

42
42


108 798

33 152

4
4





9

9





39 967
133
10

39 823

794
794


-







1 339

1 339

84
84





620

620


622 775

195 420

410
46
254
110

13
13

35 247
1 334
33 913

380
378
2


408 717
107


408 609

6 208
5 411

796

3
3



7
7

2 206
175
2 031

46
46


261 793

103 802

32

32




613

613

4
4


86 580
12

289
86 280

3 077
2 507

570

1
1



208
208

3 875
48
3 827



68
66
2


34 933

11 289








153
-









153





2 297


2 297

18
18






















3
2
1


39 229

9 845








548


6
6



24 880



24 880

100
100











1 057

1 057



83


83









6 U.S EXPORTS BY AIR MAY 1975

Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
I F .1 .r r -. I .1, r.,I Irrel.. r:r.a. -i ..iinl er r -i a nmep *n front pae lf r infonri tor. o 1 -ove, ge aerilp I rto o f fa e port
-..lua ,ider !?%7"I .rM -.1,ded frm all district

.ripp.ing .t rn .1 u- p .,r.dj


p.r.rr cut r.

mc,.. z.Eerc op. As. arao Airia
ill I liA Oceantb
,'r prr :-.rrl r.


L5 LAAEC,., TE An. . .. .. 38 277 276 22 43 4
46 aROMwNS LLL. TEmAS .. .15 158 162 1 2 -
.7 EAGLE PASS, TExAS .. -
L8 L.RLDO, E S .. -
r9 'ILOAGCO TtrAS .. .. 112 -
50 S.A ANTONIO, TAS . 16 10 97 3 4

51 EL PASO,, T a . 147 1"7 1'.7 -
5 EL PASO, TE S .2 2 2 -
53 OEr vER, CLRADO. . I 14 I -

S AP I'OIEGO, CALIFORNIA 5 i 5
55 S5N ILEGO, CALIFORNIA. 5 5- -

56 NOGALES, ARIZONA . 15 7 15
57 NOGLES, ARIZNA .. 9 6 9-
5 Pm NI, ARIZA . 6 1 6 -

59 LOS ANGFLES, CALIORNIA 969 2 147 580 299 2 125 5 189 685 92
60 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. -
61 LOr.G BEACH CALIFORNIA -
62 LOS ANGELES J'JTL. AIRPORT. ... a 966 2 147 580 299 2 125 5 189 685 91

p3 SAN FRANCISC CALIFORNIA. 4 539 2 223 332 72 528 2 654 942 11
6 SarP FAANCISCO INTL. AIRPORT. 449 2 1,3 332 72 528 2 564 942 11
6? OA'LAND, CALIFORNIA. 16 16 16
66 SulIuN BAr, CaLIFORNIA 7 74 7. -

67 PiTLANd, OREijN . 230 226 58 166 1 5
68 PORTLAND, OREON . 230 226 58 166 1 5

69 EATTLE, AHINTON 079 683 279 39 179 547 2 9
70 SEATTLE, ASMINTON. 106 77 10 6 87 3 1
71 EVEETT, ASHNGTON. Z -
72 SPO'ANE, WASHINGTON 9 94 94 -
73 EATTLE-TCOMA INTL. AIRPORT 878 512 185 29 173 460 22 8

74 ACHORAl ALKA .5 9 5 3 77 -
75 F[RBANKS, ALASKA, 4 -
76 AriCH ORAGE, ALASKA. ..80 .. 3 77 -

77 MINOLULU, Il . 735 11 266 2 ,19 48
78 HONOLULU, HAWAI .5 -
79 hONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT 730 110 266 2 18 44 -

BC GREAT FALLS, M4CTATA 8 88 98
81 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA 94 88 98

82 PEBrINA, NORTH DAKOTA ,. Z] -
83 PEMBINA. uROrH DAKOTA. Z Z -

84 MINNEAPOLIS, INNESOTA 214 211 152 62 -
85 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN. 214 211 152 15) 62 121

86 UULUTH, MINNE;C'TA 110 110 30 80 -
87 DULUTH, MINrSO.. 110 110 0 0 -

84 MILWALi.EE, *ISCONSIN .. 1 1 1
89 MI.WAUKEL, WISCONSN -

T, fTnr.cie.t. a< r.i ri [able.








MAY 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 oothIAustralia a
North Souh Europe Asia aa Africa
AlUS. lag America America Oceania
car riers carriers


2 994
556
2
11
26
2 398

1 402
17
1 385

46
46

426
48
378

126 415
(Z)
38
126 377

92 172
91 380
165
626

4 266
4 266

15 600
1 798
11
522
13 269

634
8
626

3 640
20
3 620

765
765

9
9

3 402
3 402

406
406

13
13


2 218
440

11
22
1 744

1 401
16
1 385

43
43

102
39
63

33 843


33 843

40 591
39 800
165
626

4 249
4 249

8 209
801

522
6 886

126
8
118

2 232
16
2 216

719
719

9
9

3 308
3 308

406
406

13
13


923
435
2
11
26
448

1 402
17
1 385

46
46

426
48
378

3 503
(Z)

3 503

5 157
5 157



730
730

3 078


5201
2 5581

10i
8
2

248

248

765
765

9
9

1 313
1 313

195
195

13
13


44
37















6 015


6 015

982
982





1 120
187


933


84
84















41 853


41 853

11 534
11 534



3 422
3 422

4 730
112

2
4 617

41

41

11

11






74
74


1 486



1 486











62 443


62 443

57 216
56 424
165
626

81
81

5 457
1 343


4 114

583

583

2 737
3
2 733






2 014
2 014

211
211


10 792


10 792

17 078
17 078





1 071
148
11

913




644
16
628








-i








U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


MAY 1975


Table 1. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
S1 h.ir. repr: .' do=..., .ru 1.rnlr. mI rctr 1nse C bir~.- S e the slatemenl or, front page for inforlmati on cowerae. deftinlilon o. F a 5. n.port
Lauel under f2-1 ame vcludea fri. iil district

Shippin. -iah 1I 000o po.nds.



,rr 5o0r. EuraFa qtsa and Rfrnca
i411 1 flat) Oceanin
rrit r: carritr-


90 DETROIT, MICHIGAN . 52 1 217 366 I[l 1 075 38 6 16
91 DETROIT, MICHIGAN 522 1 215 3a8 f(l I 075 36 6 16
92 SAGINAW-B6A CITY, MICnIGArl 2 2 2 -

93 CHICAGOj ILLINOI5. In 945 1 3 124 27 6 061 1 455 6 271
9. CHIC&AG, ILLIOIS. ... () IZI Il)
95 O'.ARE INTL. AIRPORT 10 9. 4 51t 3 12" 27 6 061 1 455 6 271

96 CLEVELAND. a0.rC. . 618 279 207 98 312 12I (Z) (2)
97 CLEVELAD. imnIO. . 33d IZI 19B 139 1Z) (Zl 12)
9a ERIE, PEN5LvANIA .. 6 10 -
99 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA ........ 271 271 98 172 -

100 ST. LOUIS' MI'SOURI. .. .6 63 20 3 52 6 5
101 ANSAS CITi, MISSOURI. ..... 59 59 I 62 -1
102 Sl. L OUIS UI. ..... .20- 19 I -
103 WICHITA, KANSAS. . 6 3 1 5

10" SAN JUAN, PuERTO RICO. .. 029 469 b79 271 55 18 rZ] 6
105 PONCE, PUERTO RICO 15 1 15 -
106 SAN JUAN INTL. AIRPORT .. 1 ,31" 55 6b" 271 55 16 12[ 6

107 MIAMI, FLORITO . .. 18 345 7 162 8 966 9 093 246 12 1 27
108 MIAMI, FLORIOA ......... q. Zi -
109 KEY *EST. FLORIDA ........ .- -
110 PORT EVERGLaDES. FLORIDA 175 150 156 19 -
111 wEST PALM BEACM, FLOR[DA 52 52 52 -
112 MIAMI INTL. AIRPORT. .. 1 106 6 951 8 750 9 070 2"6 12 1 27

113 HOUSTON, TEXAS ... 2 400 852 597 352 367 744 4 336
11 HOCuSTON. TERAS .. 2 042 50? 367 352 365 637 4 316
115 TuLSA, OKLAIOMA. . 32 20 20 12
116 DALLA-FORT WORT, TE 326 325 231 1Z1 2 86 7

117 mASHINGTON, D. C. . 854 25. 1 126 672 19 (Zl 6
118 wASHINGTiN. 0. C. ... .. 85 SV 1 126 672 49 [2z 6

119 SHIPMENTS UrNDER S251 . 16 389 1 NAt b 056 1 69a8 757 2 021 676 581

120 SPECIAL CATEGORY SHIPMENTS 1 OUQ 513 IDl (0D1 iD iDI rDl (D)


- rApreseni tera.
D Iata alitbbela 0 as .0a aRi- los.re
NA -at .oaulatle.
?) 01 apriICOle.
2 Le. tOa.r,- 5.00 pounas or I300.


at ilr.i-an ior. lor sec;urilt i eanon;









MAY 1975


U.S. EXPORTS BY AIR


Lading by Continent (Fa.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
sr ,a Australia u
North ASuth Europe Asia sla Africa
All U.S. fl.a America :ric. Oceania
carriers carriers


12 827 10 963 3 089 1 9 073 422 83 158 90
12 824 10 961 3 086 1 9 073 422 83 158 91
3 3 3 92

101 582 44 150 22 168 425 58 704 17 974 100 2 211 93
3 2 (Z) 94
101 580 44 150 22 166 425 58 704 17 974 100 2 211 95

5 132 2 833 1 491 251 3 381 1 1 7 96
2 300 2 1 380 911 1 1 7 97
111 109 111 98
2 721 2 721 251 2 471 99

902 643 234 14 538 41 74 100
604 604 12 538 41 13 101
227 222 5 102
71 40 10 61 103

12 567 7 149 2 135 4 117 5 124 840 23 327 104
26 26 26 105
12 541 7 123 2 109 4 117 5 124 840 23 327 106

76 561 25 876 27 828 45 604 2 530 278 14 306 107
6 ( 6 108
12 12 12 109
404 71 90 314 110
188 188 188 111
75 950 25 605 27 537 45 285 2 530 278 14 306 112

17 959 6 392 3 671 1 065 3 876 5 354 27 3 965 113
13 479 2 660 1 914 1 033 3 869 4 281 27 2 354 114
683 67 67 616 115
3 798 3 666 1 757 33 7 1 006 995 116

10 794 2 686 17 1 253 8 775 680 1 68 117
10 794 2 686 17 1 253 8 775 680 1 68 118

48 637 ( NA) 12 825 5 089 15 788 9 518 2 627 2 789 119

23 647 12 779 (0). (0) (0) (D) (D) (0) 120












Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
I. .1 .n.a -r. u, 1.f 1errr 1i IreP at33 Fhtim.ated shi pm en l al. i
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S U.S. FLA. k' I ERL .

3 POU ILL'ANO, MA Il,. .
4 PlJRTL.ALd4 ME IN. .. .
6 ar.GO MAij .. ,
6 MADaIDDaS, M UI'J .

7 >T, VLB ArS, m A I PIT. .
R ST. A LBINS, E MONT, .

0 sURL Irj,'TC7 r, wiMU, T. .

10 BOS T Or, Mt HiJETTi .
11 t.STON, A ;t;.-L-SEia Si .
12 SPRIPFPTLLLC', MASSC-USETTS .
13 -LA* I.CESTEP', MH iSA.'uiETT S. .
.u NE- BEDFORD, MASSCHMUSETI .
1i LOGAN AIRPOF 6T. .

lb 654I3G0066( T, i:.rarrt.7IaUI. .
7? IPARTFORDP C.:'r.r|E T ICuI .
16 *Em 1 vEI., C.3PEtTC UT ICU
1q PIE L '7DO71, L NEC i iluT. .

20 BuFFALO, En .
21 .'FF tL,:-r. A' ARA F .LL6. r,. f. .
2)' .":.MESTER., E 0 POC ..
23 5Ra C'iSE, rPIE. fOR ,r .

24 NE 0A OR IT, r, I OR1 .
3r rJNE vO'RK, N ,.n vOrl ,
2b jO)l F E n- t[ E. JI IrL., a purBT7.

27 P4ILADE'LiLPN4 PErJ1056T' arliA .
26 PMILA'LLPH I A, PEnr'fithL r.lu .1
20 AILMINGTON, UELaRE E A
TC PITTtsuPO F ri.NC F a LuArIA .
31 MARDISBIJ', PIE'a'SLAAII ,

32 Bal.TiLAN' MaGEO rC, D, ..
33 BALTIMOALR, IoMARLAD. .

3W NORAFOLKi % IR, f r A

3 "Il.M"C.,.[A-pL tLILSPB., IRO IIA.

3' i LM P"IJlTOr, J PoETM .r IFOL .
38 *TL"Il'TJlU.l .lN RT" CLAOLIN .
39 CHAAL-OITE, iOR TH CAROLJrIt. .

' CHARLESTON, S'.uT CAALNar .
S CHMARLEiTO., SOjuTH C A8.LI .T
.2 GREEN ILLEC-SATATBURG, i. .. G

43 S4%AlOPJAM, UE Aul'. .
4 sAVANrIAH, GEORGI, ,
5 IATLANT GEORCIA .

46 TAMPA, FLO ID .
47 TAMP4, LO ICA .
.a JACKSCONvI LLE, FLOIO IA. .

4q MORILE, ALAb A. .
50 BIRMIrIGNaAM ALARAMA. .

51 NER UrLEAJa. LOuISIANA .
52 NE" "'LEA.S, LOISIan .
53 F OJILLLE. TEirI.ESSEE .

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20 300

9 237






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MAY 1975 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR 11

Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)
anaer i251 are excluded from all district data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Data in the colomns headed "all carriers" and ".S. flag carriers" include
Irr viable by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)

Total :
Australia
North South Europe5Asl. an,
Ame ria Ame a Europe Asia ald Africa
All U.S. flag Oceania
carriers carriers


636 220 (X) 56 531 28 797 314 728 203 409 5 344 27 176 1

(X) 255 118 22 854 9 909 138 080 79 420 2 711 2 145 2

95 28 3 92 3
29 27 1 28 4
66 1 2 64 5
1 1 6

276 119 268 7 1 7
135 115 135 8
141 3 133 7 1 9

15 254 5 331 1 979 47 12 361 842 25 10
512 471 498 14 11
3 3 3 12
19 19 13
14 14 14 14
14 706 4 843 1 445 47 12 347 842 25 15

23 16 12 10 1 16
11 11 7 4 17
7 6 1 18
5 5 5 19

3 001 2 239 2 500 280 222 20
2 226 1 846 1 805 267 154 21
166 157 154 12 1 22
609 237 541 1 67 23

322 581 130 975 10 260 16 039 211 169 63 540 776 20 798 24
486 278 157 13 194 122 25
322 094 130 697 10 103 16 026 210 975 63 418 776 20 798 26

9 252 3 681 2 421 837 3 570 1 350 13 1 060 27
6 992 2 551 607 837 3 125 1 350 13 1 060 28
418 418 418 29
1 840 710 1 814 25 30
2 2 2 31

403 228 168 9 181 44 1 32
403 228 168 9 181 44 1 33

345 74 63 211 71 34
66 2 63 3 35
279 72 1 207 71 36

74 66 57 8 1 7 37
58 58 57 1 38
15 8 8 (Z) 7 39

29 2 3 25 40
28 2 3 25 41
1 1 42

744 399 274 342 116 12 43
1 1 1 I 44
743 398 274 342 115 12 45

274 78 88 75 111 46
274 78 88 74 111 47
1 (2Z 48

1 1 49
1 -1 50

1 011 73 1 002 2 5 1 1 51
1 008 71 1 001 2 3 1 1 52
2 2 (2) 2 53







U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


MAY 1975


Table 2. Customs Districts and Selected Ports of
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some shlpIent. not


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TI-Tr A.,Iurh LATT ASIA ari 4frica


!. PORT ARTHuR, TE A .
55 PORT ARTHUR, TEtAS ,
56 AEAUMINT. Ti AS. .

57 LAREDO, i . .
58 8ROWNSILLE TES .
59 LAREDO, TES .
60 HILOAGO, T AS .
61 SAIr ANrTONIO. TExaS .

62 EL PASO. TEXAS .. ......
63 EL PASO, TE .
6 OrdENVR, COLORADO .

65 SaN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA .
66 SAN DTEGO. CALIFORNIIA ,

67 NOGALES, aRiZA .
6d NOGLES, ARIZON .
69 PHOENil, arIZONA .

70 LOs rNGELES, CALIFORNIA .
71 LOS AtNGEL.S, CALIFORNIA .
72 LOrG BEACH, CALIFORNIA .
73 L)OS ANGELES INlTL. AIRPORT. .
74 LAS vEGAS, r. EvADa, .

75 sATJ FRANCISCO, CAL]FORNIA, .
76 SAN FRANCINSr INTL. AIRPORT. .
77 SAN FRAHNCI C, CALIFORNIA. .
78 sTOCKTON, CALIFORNIA ... ..
79 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. .
80 MARTINEZ; CALTFORNIA .
81 SAN JOAQUIN RIvER, CALIFORNIA.
82 sALT LAKE CTTY. UTA .

83 PORTLAND, OREGON .
64 PORTLAND, OREGON .

85 SEATTLE, wASHINGTON, .
86 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. .
67 BLAINE, WaSHTNHGTON .
86 5PO ANE. SMINTON. .
89 NEAM eA, mSHIjGTON G .
q9 SEArTLE-TACOMA INTL. AIRPC.RT ,

91 ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. .
9 KETCHIKAN, ALA.'A. .
93 F AIRBANKS, ALASKA .. ....
q9 ANCHORAGE. ALASKA, .

95 HONOLULU, HnAI .
r6 HONOLULU, Mnall .
97 HONOLULU INTL. AIRPORT .

91A GREAT FALLS MONTANA .
94 rREAT FALLS, MONTANA .
100 SwEETGRASS, .NT ANA. .

101 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. .
102 PEMBINA, hORTH DAKOTA .
103 DUNSEITH, NORTH DAKOTa .

10" MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA .
105 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN. .

106 UULUTH, MINNESOTA .
107 DULUTH, MINNESOTA. .

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MAY 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
under 2:1 1re 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
,o.nmu'mnbI' by continent)

Value (1,000 dollars)


Total
North South Australiaies
A irrcuonacarriers


6
1
5

240
26
21
4
190

455
5
450

2
2

919
53
867

a8 0o71
54
7 170
7. 839
8

69 100
68 820
236
4
5
18
2
15

60
60

10 279
63
106
49
5
10 057

3 036
(Z)
13
3 023

11 050
11
11 039

470
469
2

202
150
50

2 374
2 374


8


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1
42

4
37

419
4
415

1
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879
41
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29 206
22
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28 679
8

28 571
28 353
182

1
18
2
15

60
60

8 848
38
20
45
5
8 741

914

8
906

1 896
3
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469
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190
140
50

1 872
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187

406

406

1
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560

5 666
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5 351
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1 762
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2
15

45
45

1 660
1
101
4

1 510

1 416
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12
1 403

50
1
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468
466
2

201
149
50

503
503

8
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5

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25
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312
8
303

25 295
1
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24 511


2 392
2 316
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6
6

1 933
25
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1 903

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1
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1 147
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1 324
1 324

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39 728
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62 965
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9 562
10
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(Z)


545
545


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3

2 579

214
2 365


1 547
1 547






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9

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1
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2 188

2
2 186


56
38



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S .. r.nr c..' r r I r-..r .,- .. efl'. ,rI r .1


r,..'. a portt vala-. and source


f error tr. he aal.. -'i..lhted shinmentis vIlM n
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I MILilNLEE, I5CONSr 4 4 i(I IZ
109 MILUAu 0' MANITOnOC. A SCOISI .... 2 IZi I -N I I I

Ill OETROIT, MICMI . 057 93, iR 2 942 12 1Zl 2
12 OETII, M I . 1 055 930 97 2 942 12 i) 2
113 PORT MuL rIa, MICHl'rJ 1 -

11" CHICAGO. ILL I 'IS . 3 3 1 3o 02 2 159 a26 2 40
115 CirAG, TLLri. 1 15 ail -
116 LAST CHMICnd'2 I'DIANA. rzi rz [
117 0'HARE IrNTL. AIPPOT .. 1 1 1 339 367 A 159 826 2 40

118 CLE ELAND, *MO. . 160 6 7 ) -
I11 CLEvEL A "L"', . .l l 1 7? 64 |2
120 C [rNC I rN T i O0IO . l -
121 DArO', 0 ,10 . I? 11 I] I
123 iOLEDO.u 'l0 .M . I 11 ll I I
12.3 "IE, PErirS LAr . 1 li iZl (ZI -
12\ 5ANOuS, v 0 I' ... 2 I I .
125 INDIAFNAPOLIS, IrDOlarr. .. I ZJ Z -
1;6 E nrA.lLLE, INIAA. ....... .
127 LOUISAILLF, KENTUCY ... .. ] -

128 1T. LOuTI I-SORI. . Z) [2 (Z
129 iASAS C1T, MIS UR ? 1 l I (2)
130 IT. LOUIS, MISSOUI. 3 2 3 rZi -

131 SArl jUAN, PUERTO RICO. 2 649 901 2 0 9 391 174 4 1 (2)
152 FAJAROO, PuyERTO ;ICO -
133 PC, PuETO RC . 56 56 56
13j SAlN JuAN, PuERTO RICO. ... 16 2 l7 6 15 -
135 A juAde rNTL. AIRPORT 2 -01 803 1 853 365 159 1 (Z)

136 MIAMI, FLORIDA . 11 3"2 097 0 07h? 925 225 123 2
13" M1AMI, FLO IDA . 1 5 10 2 IZ -
138 PORT ERERGLAOES, FLOR[[IA .- IZ) -
139 SWEET PALM BEACM, PLORIA 7 7 3 5 -
l4G FORT PIERCE, FLO IOA 121 i -.
141 MIAM] INTL. AIRPORT. I 31 060 A il 05 918 22" 123 2

142 mOuSTONr, TAS . 490 164 11 2 205 1L8 () 14
4I3 MOUST T . 385 104 100 66 L194 1b 2l 8
14m OKLAHOMA CITv, OKLAHOMA, .) [.1 .1 -l
145 DALLAS-FORT .o.RT., TEIAS 105 6b 80 6 IL 2 6
1.A WIAHIIC.TON, . 552 47 6 534 6 21) l
147 ASMiGr0r, C . 552 470 A 6 53" 8 iZl 1

1i8 SHIPMENTS UNDER S251 . I I INA) INA) I NA I M I I A I INA fA l

lepr e -.1 :er !.
AA Rat ivaiable.'
Tl r, nppic, Oale.
Leo Ii, h ..r 00 pc..na. ivr ;iQ0.


U.S GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


MAY 1975








MAY 1975


U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS BY AIR


Unlading by Continent (Customs Value Basis)-Continued
under -"1.i are 1-I.. ,.w fr.r all district data and from data for U.S. flag carriers. Data in the columns headed "all carriers"and IJ.S. flag carriers" include


Value (1,000 dollars)


North Australia
ortEurope Asia a Africa
II flag Anertc. America OceaniP



136 135 131 Z 5 10
135 134 130 (Z 5 109
11 1 110

5 0-6 4 195 1 137 2 3 778 124 (Z1 4 111
5 0.2 4 195 1 133 2 3 778 124 (Z) 4 112
S- 4 113

39 177 11 790 8 913 29 22 596 6 068 66 1 506 114
t62 286 658 5 115
3 3 3 116
38 512 11 501 8 253 29 22 591 6 068 66 1 506 117

769 101 365 419 6 118
686 38 307 374 5 119
2 120
38 36 36 2 121
a4 9 9 34 1 122
1') 10 3 7 123
1 o I 124
1 1 1 125
7 7 126
1 1 127

343 54 34 1 299 3 6 128
-55 16 4 1 244 6 129
09 38 31 55 3 130

a 909 1 682 1 871 663 2 253 116 5 1 131
(2 Q)(Z) 132
158 158 158 133
1.2 45 155 24 63 134
a 508 1 478 1 558 639 2 190 116 5 1 135

2,) 715 5 453 9 075 8 588 2 396 650 5 136
10 4 6 3 1 137
10 10 10 (Z) 138
97 92 84 14 -139
2 2 2 -140
20 596 5 347 8 973 8 572 2 395 650 5 141

5 501 730 1 371 146 3 536 213 1 237 142
3 86a 300 719 125 2 719 195 1 105 143
189 189 189 144
I 151 241 463 21 817 18 132 145

16 660 14 297 50 895 14 437 51 1 1 225 146
b6 660 14 297 50 895 14 437 51 1 1 225 147

9 309 (NA) 1 475 254 3 748 3 514 58 23 148





U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Bureau of the Census
Washington, D.C. 20233

OFFICIAL BUSINESS
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BOOK


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