(Current value in millions of U.S. dollars)
|Port name||Exports||Imports||Total international
|John F. Kennedy International Airport, NY||38,034||41,749||79,783|
|San Francisco International Airport, CA||33,402||37,002||70,404|
|Los Angeles International Airport, CA||31,850||28,610||60,460|
|Miami International Airport, FL||12,122||6,163||18,284|
|New Orleans, LA||3,702||4,120||7,823|
|Dallas/Fort Worth, TX||3,122||3,513||6,635|
|Boston Logan Airport, MA||3,747||2,691||6,438|
|Port of Los Angeles,CA||19,954||60,842||80,795|
|Port of Long Beach,CA||14,596||55,226||69,821|
|Port of New York, NY and NJ||19,907||44,411||64,319|
|Port of Houston, TX||18,984||14,510||33,493|
|Port of Seattle, WA||9,842||21,405||31,246|
|Port of Oakland, CA||10,783||15,840||26,623|
|Port of Norfolk, VA||13,471||10,847||24,318|
|Port of Charleston, SC||10,398||13,418||23,816|
|Port of Baltimore, MD||7,826||11,302||19,128|
|Port of New Orleans, LA||9,535||8,597||18,132|
KEY: U = Data are unavailable.
Merchandise trade with Canada and Mexico is excluded from this data.
Air: Values for some airports may include a low (generally less than 2-3 percent of the total value) level of small user-fee airports located in the same regional area. In addition, due to confidentiality regulations, data for nearby individual courier operations are included in certain airport totals.
Road, rail and pipeline: Data for these modes are included in U.S. trade with Canada and U.S. trade with Mexico. Data for these modes are therefore shown in Table 6-7c.
Air: U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. Census Bureau. Foreign Trade Division. Transportation Branch. Special tabulation. (Washington, DC: 1998).
Water transport: U.S. Department of Transportation. Maritime Administration. Office of Statistical and Economic Analysis. Annual Waterborne Databanks 1996 (formerly TA 305/705). (Washington, DC: 1998).