The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) has issued its final monthly posting of 2020 arrivals from the top overseas source markets for the United States. And, as expected, the data show that 2020 was indeed the worst year ever, in terms of a year-on-year decline, for overseas arrivals since NTTO has maintained such records.
Put another way, the numbers tell us this: there were 40.4 million overseas arrivals in the U.S. 2019. And last year, there were 7.6 million arrivals—a decline of 32.8 million. With that as a preface, we urge you to review the tables below. They speak more clearly than INBOUND can.
For more information, or to contact staff at NTTO, visit: https://travel.trade.gov/about/contact-us.asp