Figure 10 U.S. GDP and Aviation Revenue Passenger-Miles: 1990–2000

Figure 10
U.S. GDP and Aviation Revenue Passenger-Miles: 1990–2000

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  GDP (billions of chained 1996 dollars) GDP Indexed Domestic RPMs Domestic PMs Indexed International PMs International PMs Indexed
1990 6707.9 100 354,540,186 100 117,695,394 100
1991 6676.4 100 347,907,482 98 115,388,948 98
1992 6880 103 363,109,662 102 130,622,308 111
1993 7062.6 105 370,485,539 104 135,507,691 115
1994 7347.7 110 397,114,073 112 140,391,307 119
1995 7543.8 112 412,805,742 116 145,948,328 124
1996 7813.2 116 443,053,238 125 153,066,702 130
1997 8159.5 122 459,769,043 130 160,161,867 136
1998 8508.9 127 472,730,513 133 163,650,107 139
1999 8856.5 132 496,213,603 140 171,911,137 146
2000 9224 138 523,642,954 148 184,354,386 157

KEY: GDP = gross domestic product; RPMs = revenue passenger-miles.

SOURCES: Overnight- U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of Tourism Industries,"Arrivals to the U.S. 1990–2000," and "U.S. Resident Travel Abroad: Historical Visitation-Outbound 1990–2000 (One or More Nights),"available at http://tinet.ita.doc.gov, as of July 1, 2001.

Same-day-Statistics Canada, International Travel: Travel Between Canada and Other Countries (Touriscope),Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB (Ottawa, Ontario: Vari- ous years). Banco de México, Dirección General de Investigación Económica, Dirección de Medición Económica, 1999 and 2001.