Brazil is the third leading source of travelers to the USA

Brazil is the third leading source of travelers to the USA


597,453 Brazilians visited the United States between January and April 2024

Data recently released by the National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) shows that in April 2024, U.S. international air traffic passengers totaled 21.4 million in April 2024, an increase of 8% compared to April 2023, with cargo reaching 101.6% of what it was Before that. -Size of the pandemic for April 2019.

Non-U.S. citizen air passengers arriving in the United States from foreign countries totaled 4.873 million in April 2024, an increase of 6.8% compared to April 2023. This represents 85.3% of the pre-pandemic volume in April 2019. Of these 4,873 million, preliminary data indicate 141,218 are Brazilians, placing Brazil as the fifth leading emitter for the month, behind the UK, France, India and Germany..

From January to April 2024 until now. 597,453 Brazilians visited the country, putting Brazil behind only the UK and India Among the major emissions markets is the United States overseasThat is, with the exception of Canada and Mexico, which are border countries.


On a related note, visitors flocked overseas Foreign visitor arrivals totaled 2.821 million in April 2024. Foreign visitor arrivals, excluding Canada and Mexico, in April were 79.3% of pre-pandemic volume in April 2019, down from 93.8% in March 2024.

Meanwhile, the total number of air departures of US citizens from the United States to foreign countries reached 5.544 million in April 2024, an increase of 5.6% compared to April 2023. This exceeded the April 2019 volume by 16.9%.

Check out more data from the NTTO below.

  • Mexico topped with 3.319 million, Canada 2.675 million, the United Kingdom 1.714 million, the Dominican Republic 931 thousand, and Germany 853 thousand.
  • International regional air travel to/from the United States:
    • The total number of passengers in Europe reached 6.011 million, an increase of 6.1% compared to April 2023, and a decrease of only 2.9% compared to April 2019.
      • Departures of US citizens increased by 17.8% compared to April 2019, while arrivals of European citizens decreased by 21.6%.
    • The total population of South/Central America/Caribbean was 5,430 million, an increase of 8.9% compared to April 2023 and 11.8% compared to April 2019.
    • Total passenger numbers in Asia reached 2.326 million, an increase of 22.5% from April 2023, but down 21.8% from April 2019.
      • Arrivals of Asian citizens to the United States decreased by 33.5% compared to April 2019, and departures of American citizens decreased by 8%.
  • The major U.S. ports serving international locations were New York (John Kennedy) 2.938 million, Miami (MIA) 2.018 million, Los Angeles (Los Angeles) 1.951 million, Newark (EWR) 1.311 million W San Francisco (SFO) 1.263 million.
  • The top foreign ports serving US locations were London Heathrow (LHR) 1.451 million, Toronto (YYZ) 1.087 million, Cancun (CUN) 1.072 million, Paris (CDG) 678 thousand, and Mexico (MEX) 645 thousand.
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