Year-to-date comparisons, 2011/2012:
- Europe, 9.0 million travelers, up five percent
- Caribbean, 5.1 million travelers, up eight percent
- Asia, 3.2 million travelers, up six percent
- Central America, 1.8 million travelers, up 12 percent
- South America, 1.3 million travelers, up four percent
- Middle East, 1.1 million travelers, up 13 percent
- Oceania, 399,000 travelers, up 10 percent
- Africa, 282,000 travelers, up one percent
- Mexico, 15.0 million travelers, down two percent; air travel (4.3 million) was up four percent
- Canada, 9.7 million travelers, up three percent; air travel (2.8 million) up by two percent
U.S. travel to overseas locations accounted for 47 percent of U.S. outbound international travel.
- Europe, a 19 percent share;
- Caribbean, an 11 percent share;
- Asia, a seven percent share;
- Central America, a four percent share;
- South America, a three percent share;
- Middle East, a two percent share;
- Oceania, a one percent share, and
- Africa, almost a one percent share.
North American markets received 53 percent of all U.S. international outbound travel.
- U.S. travel to Mexico a 32 percent share; and
- Canada a 21 percent share.