TABLE 1-17a Inbound Air Freight Shipments: 2002

TABLE 1-17a Inbound Air Freight Shipments: 2002

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State Tons (thousands) SE
California 820 265
New York 263 82
Texas 204 57
Washington 194 70
Illinois 184 33
Michigan 114 27
New Jersey 105 16
Pennsylvania 100 21
Ohio 96 26
Georgia 69 17
Hawaii 69 21
Kentucky 66 17
Alaska 46 9
Minnesota 45 19
Missouri 45 21
Maryland 39 16
Colorado 34 8
Virginia 30 5
Arizona 29 7
North Carolina 29 5
Oregon 21 5
Nevada 20 4
District of Columbia 18 5
Indiana 17 3
Louisiana 15 5
Wisconsin 15 3
Mississippi 13 6
Oklahoma 13 3
Kansas 12 6
Utah 12 5
New Hampshire 11 3
Arkansas 7 2
Iowa 7 1
Montana 4 1
Nebraska 4 1
Delaware 3 1
Idaho 3 0
Wyoming 3 1
Maine 2 0
Rhode Island 2 0
Alabama S S
Connecticut S S
Florida S S
Massachusetts S S
New Mexico S S
North Dakota S S
South Carolina S S
South Dakota S S
Tennessee S S
Vermont S S
West Virginia S S
National total 3,760 436

KEY: SE = standard error; S = data not included because of high sampling variability or poor response quality.

NOTES: Because the data in this table are based on information from a survey, they are subject to sampling errors that could affect the estimates of shipment size and the relative positions of the states. Because of these data uncertainties, the national total data (tons) are not the sum of state data on the table but rather the published national total (see source below). Information on measures of sampling variability for the data used in the table is available at http://www.bts.gov/.

SOURCES: Except as noted—U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) and U.S. Department of Commerce (USDOC), U.S. Census Bureau (CB), 2002 Commodity Flow Survey CD-ROM (Washington, DC: 2005). National total (tons) and SE—USDOT, BTS and USDOC, CB, 2002 Commodity Flow Survey, table 1a, available at http://www.bts.gov/, as of September 2005.