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Overseas Travel

November 2014 - January 2015

     
 Irish Residents' Trips Overseas   Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence
  Trips to Ireland Great Britain Other EuropeNorth America Other Areas
   
Nov '12 - Jan '131,180,400 1,248,300584,100425,600159,20079,400
Nov '13 - Jan '141,197,300 1,350,800 633,900432,200182,800102,000
Nov '14 - Jan '151,315,000 1,474,000 694,500476,000201,100102,500

Trips to Ireland increased by 9.1% for the period November 2014 - January 2015

Figure 1 Overseas Travel November 2014 - January 2015
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In the period November 2014 - January 2015, the total number of trips to Ireland increased by 9.1% to 1,474,000 - an overall increase of 123,200 compared to the same period twelve months earlier.  See tables 1 and 2.

Trips by residents of Great Britain increased by 9.6% to 694,500 while trips by residents of European Countries other than Great Britain (Other Europe) increased by 10.1% to 476,000.  Trips by residents of North America to Ireland increased by 10.0% to 201,100 while trips to Ireland from Other Areas increased by 0.5% to 102,500. The total number of overseas trips made by Irish residents during the period November 2014 - January 2015 increased by 9.8% to 1,315,000.  See tables 1 and 2.

The total number of trips (Irish residents’ trips overseas plus trips to Ireland) in the period November 2014 - January 2015 increased by 9.5% to 2,789,100 when compared with the same period twelve months earlier.  See tables 1 and 2.

Table 1 Overseas Trips for the period November - January, 2011 - 2015
        Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence
    Irish Residents' Trips Overseas       
     Trips to Ireland Great Britain Other EuropeNorth America Other Areas
Period All Trips   
Nov 11 - Jan 12 2,364,600 1,169,100 1,195,400 580,800404,400141,90068,400
            
Nov 12 - Jan 13 2,428,700 1,180,400 1,248,300 584,100425,600159,20079,400
            
Nov 13 - Jan 14 2,548,100 1,197,300 1,350,800 633,900432,200182,800102,000
            
Nov 14 - Jan 15 2,789,100 1,315,000 1,474,000 694,500476,000201,100102,500
Table 2 Annual Change in Overseas Trips for the period November - January, 2012 - 2015
        Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence
    Irish Residents' Trips Overseas       
     Trips to Ireland Great Britain Other EuropeNorth America Other Areas
Period All Trips   
Change versus corresponding period of previous year (number)
Nov 12 - Jan 13 64,100 11,300 52,900 3,30021,20017,30011,000
            
Nov 13 - Jan 14 119,400 16,900 102,500 49,8006,60023,60022,600
            
Nov 14 - Jan 15 241,000 117,700 123,200 60,60043,80018,300500
            
Change versus corresponding period of previous year (%)
Nov 12 - Jan 13 2.7 1.0 4.4 0.65.212.216.1
            
Nov 13 - Jan 14 4.9 1.4 8.2 8.51.614.828.5
            
Nov 14 - Jan 15 9.5 9.8 9.1 9.610.110.00.5
Table 3 Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence for the period November - January, 2011 - 2015
  November - January
  Nov '11 Nov '12 Nov '13 Nov '14
Area of Residence1  - Jan '12  - Jan '13  - Jan '14  - Jan '15
Total Overseas Trips to Ireland 1,195,400 1,248,300 1,350,800 1,474,000
         
Great Britain 580,800 584,100 633,900 694,500
Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg  49,100 48,600 53,000 55,500
France 64,600 63,500 61,600 75,200
Germany 69,300 66,200 78,500 84,400
Italy 35,500 39,700 38,400 50,600
Spain 44,700 47,200 51,900 51,600
Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark 29,600 37,300 32,900 30,900
Other Europe2 111,600 123,100 115,900 127,700
USA and Canada 141,900 159,200 182,800 201,100
Australia, New Zealand and Other Oceania2 24,700 32,200 45,400 39,900
Other Areas2 43,700 47,200 56,600 62,500
1Country estimates are subject to high levels of sample variation and therefore should be interpreted with caution. See Background Notes.
2See Background Notes for countries included.
Table 4 Overseas Trips in each calendar quarter, 2008 - 2014
         Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence
     Irish Residents' Trips Overseas       
      Trips to Ireland Great Britain Other EuropeNorth America Other Areas
YearPeriod All Trips   
2008Quarter 1 3,304,700 1,762,500 1,542,200 849,500480,200155,90056,700
 Quarter 2 4,210,200 2,050,800 2,159,400 1,023,200729,000312,10095,200
 Quarter 3 4,900,700 2,428,300 2,472,400 1,148,900839,900357,200126,400
 Quarter 4 3,300,800 1,635,800 1,665,000 850,900561,200179,40073,500
 Total 15,716,400 7,877,400 7,839,000 3,872,4002,610,3001,004,600351,700
             
2009Quarter 1 2,941,900 1,539,800 1,402,200 722,400488,700142,20048,800
 Quarter 2 3,801,500 1,899,600 1,901,900 858,500658,200305,00080,300
 Quarter 3 4,314,400 2,137,100 2,177,300 956,100757,600356,400107,300
 Quarter 4 2,918,900 1,472,900 1,446,100 720,100477,800176,80071,500
 Total 13,976,900 7,049,300 6,927,500 3,257,0002,382,300980,400307,900
             
2010Quarter 1 2,523,900 1,439,200 1,084,800 526,600366,500137,30054,200
 Quarter 2 3,214,500 1,673,100 1,541,400 701,700500,500264,00075,200
 Quarter 3 4,133,800 2,137,200 1,996,600 852,600700,900332,800110,200
 Quarter 4 2,736,800 1,322,500 1,414,300 657,600477,300201,40078,100
 Total 12,609,100 6,572,000 6,037,100 2,738,5002,045,200935,600317,800
             
2011Quarter 1 2,445,200 1,266,400 1,178,800 550,700407,800154,70065,600
 Quarter 2 3,558,000 1,753,000 1,805,000 760,700647,500303,80092,900
 Quarter 3 4,114,100 1,962,400 2,151,700 911,600763,200352,400124,600
 Quarter 4 2,680,700 1,311,000 1,369,700 655,200464,700176,20073,600
 Total 12,798,000 6,292,800 6,505,200 2,878,1002,283,200987,100356,700
             
2012Quarter 1 2,399,900 1,234,800 1,165,100 562,400392,800144,70065,200
 Quarter 2 3,544,700 1,727,500 1,817,300 735,200672,400305,700104,000
 Quarter 3 4,099,900 2,003,200 2,096,700 830,200776,800365,200124,500
 Quarter 4 2,798,400 1,360,400 1,438,000 646,400505,400201,30085,000
 Total 12,842,900 6,325,800 6,517,200 2,774,2002,347,4001,016,900378,600
             
2013Quarter 1 2,460,600 1,208,900 1,251,700 570,200444,000168,80068,700
 Quarter 2 3,645,400 1,752,400 1,893,000 726,900705,200350,800110,100
 Quarter 3 4,293,500 2,032,600 2,261,000 904,700786,200415,000155,000
Quarter 42,909,400 1,329,300 1,580,100 727,100527,600223,500102,000
 Total 13,309,000 6,323,100 6,985,900 2,928,9002,463,0001,158,100435,900
             
2014Quarter 1 2,496,100 1,153,500 1,342,500 635,500447,400178,90080,700
 Quarter 23,917,400 1,790,800 2,126,600 837,700770,600395,600122,600
Quarter 3 4,552,000 2,111,700 2,440,400 922,600861,100490,000166,700
Quarter 4 3,153,400 1,458,500 1,694,900 768,100559,000264,100103,700
 Total 14,118,900 6,514,500 7,604,400 3,163,9002,638,1001,328,600473,800
Table 5 Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence, 2013 - 2014
 20132014 2013 2014
Area of Residence1   Quarter 1Quarter 2Quarter 3Quarter 4 Quarter 1Quarter 2Quarter 3Quarter 4
Total Overseas Trips to Ireland6,985,9007,604,400 1,251,7001,893,0002,261,0001,580,100 1,342,5002,126,6002,440,4001,694,900
             
Great Britain2,928,9003,163,900 570,200726,900904,700727,100 635,500837,700922,600768,100
Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg 264,900274,700 49,40076,40076,60062,500 52,60074,70084,40063,000
France433,700455,700 84,300144,500129,50075,400 69,400149,000149,80087,600
Germany482,900557,200 72,800141,000165,700103,400 82,600170,600188,800115,200
Italy234,000257,800 38,80063,20083,30048,700 43,90062,20097,60054,100
Spain263,000290,900 42,50065,70097,60057,200 49,10083,200100,10058,500
Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark209,600200,300 39,20059,30065,80045,200 35,00064,20058,20042,900
Other Europe2575,000601,500 117,000155,200167,600135,200 114,800166,800182,200137,800
USA and Canada1,158,1001,328,600 168,800350,800415,000223,500 178,900395,600490,000264,100
Australia, New Zealand and Other Oceania2187,700190,000 26,20049,30069,20043,000 29,70051,60069,20039,500
Other Areas2248,200283,800 42,50060,80085,90059,000 51,00071,10097,50064,300
1Country estimates are subject to high levels of sample variation and therefore should be interpreted with caution. See Background Notes.
2See Background Notes for countries included.
Table 6 Overseas Trips in each calendar quarter - Seasonally Adjusted, 2008 - 2014
         Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence
     Irish Residents' Trips Overseas       
      Trips to Ireland Great Britain Other EuropeNorth America Other Areas
YearPeriod All Trips   
2008Quarter 1 4,091,200 2,072,800 1,993,900 1,003,200635,100264,50084,700
 Quarter 2 3,989,900 1,948,800 2,033,500 1,009,400666,700261,00091,000
 Quarter 3 3,855,500 1,941,200 1,895,800 929,200635,900245,40090,000
 Quarter 4 3,795,200 1,938,800 1,922,000 922,500678,300236,70083,500
 Total 15,731,800 7,901,600 7,845,200 3,864,3002,616,0001,007,600349,200
             
2009Quarter 1 3,797,700 1,863,000 1,893,400 897,400661,900242,90072,800
 Quarter 2 3,510,400 1,769,700 1,740,300 820,200593,700255,60075,500
 Quarter 3 3,378,500 1,703,300 1,672,600 782,100573,200245,40076,600
 Quarter 4 3,357,900 1,731,200 1,670,700 774,700573,100235,50081,900
 Total 14,044,500 7,067,200 6,977,000 3,274,4002,401,900979,400306,800
             
2010Quarter 1 3,238,300 1,735,800 1,438,200 650,600507,500235,60079,100
 Quarter 2 2,978,600 1,564,200 1,422,700 673,400450,200212,80070,200
 Quarter 3 3,226,000 1,694,100 1,543,900 699,600523,700229,70079,500
 Quarter 4 3,140,000 1,539,100 1,616,900 701,600571,800263,20089,300
 Total 12,582,900 6,533,200 6,021,700 2,725,2002,053,200941,300318,100
             
2011Quarter 1 3,244,300 1,597,700 1,604,700 684,900568,300266,00096,800
 Quarter 2 3,234,200 1,606,500 1,629,400 727,400571,300252,50087,800
 Quarter 3 3,199,200 1,549,800 1,665,100 752,100578,400242,80089,700
 Quarter 4 3,108,100 1,526,400 1,580,400 701,600561,500233,30083,800
 Total 12,785,800 6,280,400 6,479,600 2,866,0002,279,500994,600358,100
             
2012Quarter 1 3,204,200 1,563,000 1,593,000 702,800551,600246,30095,900
 Quarter 2 3,202,900 1,591,700 1,636,000 701,500587,100253,00099,600
 Quarter 3 3,195,000 1,578,200 1,627,700 685,800588,600254,40089,800
 Quarter 4 3,242,000 1,578,900 1,658,000 689,500611,000265,50096,400
 Total 12,844,100 6,311,800 6,514,700 2,779,6002,338,3001,019,200381,700
             
2013Quarter 1 3,218,800 1,534,100 1,658,300 684,900610,600286,70099,000
 Quarter 2 3,347,300 1,622,200 1,738,000 717,200619,800288,600105,500
 Quarter 3 3,346,700 1,593,400 1,757,500 746,700607,200287,100112,200
Quarter 43,365,000 1,549,500 1,812,400 768,300631,300293,800116,400
 Total 13,277,800 6,299,200 6,966,200 2,917,1002,468,9001,156,200433,100
             
2014Quarter 13,402,400 1,532,600 1,858,200 795,700638,300312,100117,800
 Quarter 23,494,000 1,614,900 1,886,300 794,100657,700318,500114,600
 Quarter 33,552,900 1,650,900 1,901,500 768,100664,400339,300119,600
 Quarter 43,638,800 1,690,200 1,947,600 811,800682,300346,600118,700
 Total 14,088,100 6,488,600 7,593,600 3,169,7002,642,7001,316,500470,700
Table 7 Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence for the years, 2010 - 2014
Area of Residence12010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Total Overseas Trips to Ireland6,037,100 6,505,200 6,517,200 6,985,900 7,604,400
          
Great Britain2,738,500 2,878,100 2,774,200 2,928,900 3,163,900
France342,500 401,500 396,300 433,700 455,700
Germany377,300 422,900 448,200 482,900 557,200
Italy221,800 220,100 251,700 234,000 257,800
Spain221,300 244,900 253,100 263,000 290,900
Belgium67,000 87,100 86,700 100,400 106,000
Netherlands122,700 138,500 143,000 155,000 158,400
Norway46,500 54,200 51,200 52,700 53,600
Sweden54,500 60,000 74,600 75,900 64,400
Denmark44,400 48,200 44,200 53,200 59,300
Austria42,700 46,200 49,000 54,000 59,200
Poland171,100 170,600 168,900 159,700 149,500
Switzerland55,400 71,400 80,900 76,700 88,900
Other Europe2278,100 317,500 299,600 321,900 337,400
USA 848,300 888,600 904,200 1,035,500 1,169,100
Canada87,200 98,500 112,700 122,500 159,500
Australia, New Zealand and Other Oceania2135,300 141,100 155,700 187,700 190,000
Africa236,300 38,600 41,100 39,000 44,700
Central, South and Other Americas235,200 49,500 48,800 55,200 64,500
Asia and Middle East2111,000 127,500 133,000 154,000 174,700
1Country estimates are subject to high levels of sample variation and therefore should be interpreted with caution. See Background Notes.
2See Background Notes for countries included.

Background Notes

 

Periodicity

Monthly - rolling three month release.

Scope

Overseas Travel.

Coverage

This release covers Overseas Travel into and out of the Republic of Ireland, however travel by residents of Northern Ireland into or out of the Republic of Ireland or domestic travel within the Republic of Ireland is excluded.

Data Collection

Data from the Country of Residence Survey (CRS) is used in this release.  This survey is conducted at Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Knock and Kerry airports and Rosslare, Dun Laoghaire, Ringaskiddy and Dublin seaports.  Residency data is collected from passengers by a Central Statistics Office (CSO) interviewer.  Surveys are also conducted on behalf of the CSO at Holyhead Port by the UK's Office of National Statistics.

Sample Design

A sample of flights and sailings is selected to facilitate proper representation of airport/seaport pairings, day, night, week day and weekend flights/sailings.

On the selected flights/sailings for the CRS, a 1 in 5 (20%) systematic sample of passengers is selected and their country of residence is recorded.

Sample results are grossed to total passenger numbers travelling for each airport or seaport pairing, as provided by the airports and ferry companies.

Where there is no survey coverage in a period for an airport/seaport pairing, results are imputed using the 'nearest neighbour' imputation methodology.

Sample Size

The sample size for the Overseas Travel release in respect of the three month period November 2014 - January 2015 was just under 80,400 passengers.

Seasonal Adjustment

Seasonally adjusted quarterly data is available in Table 6.  Trip numbers are subject to a high degree of seasonality.  These seasonal fluctuations do not affect annual comparisons but they do affect monthly or quarterly comparisons.  Typically trips are at their highest during the summer months, although there are also clear peaks around Christmas and Easter.  To facilitate interpretation of underlying trends, trip numbers are adjusted to remove these seasonal trends.  Seasonal adjustment is conducted using the direct seasonal adjustment approach.  Under this approach each individual series is independently adjusted each month, e.g. aggregate series are adjusted without reference to the component series.  Seasonal adjustment models are developed for each series based on unadjusted data from January 2000 to the current period.  These models are then applied to the entire series.  Seasonal factors are updated each quarter. 

The adjustments are completed by applying the X-12-ARIMA model, developed by the U.S. Census Bureau to the unadjusted data.  This methodology estimates seasonal factors while also taking into consideration factors that impact on the quality of the seasonal adjustment such as:

  • Calendar effects, e.g. the timing of Easter (see definition (5)).
  • Outliers, temporary changes and level shifts in the series.

Rounding

Individual figures have been rounded independently and the sum of the component items may therefore not necessarily add to the totals shown.

Reliability of Results 

Estimation of survey results using the above sampling design introduces a statistical variability which would not be present if all passengers from every flight/sailing had been sampled.  This means that the survey results are best estimates based on the information collected for the sample.

This variability is expressed by the standard error calculation.  The standard error gives the relative size of the 'sampling error' (variability) present in an estimate compared with the estimate itself.  In general, estimates can be said to have a relative precision of twice their standard error.

The effect of sampling error is greater for small estimates and may, in particular, make it more difficult to compare figures for different time periods.  Standard error estimates in respect of the major Area of Residence categories for Quarter 1 2014 to Quarter 4 2014 calendar quarters are presented in the following tables.

 

                                                        

 

 

Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence             

 

Q1 2014

Irish Residents' Trips OverseasGreat BritainOther EuropeNorth AmericaOther Areas
Total Trips 1,153,528 635,462 447,443 178,925 80,714
Standard Error 4,363 3,327 2,901 1,976 1,471

Standard Error as % of estimate

0.38 0.52 0.65 1.10 1.82

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                        

 

 

 

Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence         

 

Q2 2014

Irish Residents' Trips OverseasGreat BritainOther EuropeNorth AmericaOther Areas
Total Trips 1,790,789 837,726 770,644 395,612 122,607
Standard Error 5,925 4,162 4,179 3,424 2,052

Standard Error as % of estimate

0.33 0.50 0.54 0.87 1.67

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence         

 

Q3 2014

Irish Residents' Trips OverseasGreat BritainOther EuropeNorth AmericaOther Areas
Total Trips 2,111,674 922,594 861,064 489,984 166,713
Standard Error 6,674 4,748 4,781 3,654 2,484

Standard Error as % of estimate

0.32 0.51 0.56 0.75 1.49

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overseas Trips to Ireland by Area of Residence         

 

Q4 2014

Irish Residents' Trips OverseasGreat BritainOther EuropeNorth AmericaOther Areas
Total Trips 1,458,476 768,107 558,988 264,074 103,747
Standard Error 5,239 3,855 3,533 2,519 1,738

Standard Error as % of estimate

0.36 0.50 0.63 0.95 1.68

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In general, the more detailed the classification provided the greater the standard error of the estimates.  In the derivation of the results, the assumption was made that non-respondents had similar characteristics and activity levels to those respondents in the same stratification cell.  This assumption, which is usual in surveys such as this, may introduce some slight bias into the results.  Moreover, although every effort was made to ensure that the information collected is correct, it is possible that some minor non-sampling errors remain undetected.

Airport Pairings

The CSO "Airport Pairings" database contains information on every direct flight in and out of the nine Irish airports on a monthly basis.  January 2015 passenger figures will be added to the database from early April 2015.  For details please go to http://cso.ie/shorturl.aspx/15

Definitions

(1) Trips

The data presented in this report is in terms of trip numbers.  A trip is defined as a journey (usually including the return) from one place to another.

(2) Visitor

The definition of Visitor used in these surveys is based on that agreed with Eurostat, the European Statistical Office.  A Visitor is defined as 'any person travelling to a place other than that of his/her usual environment for less than twelve months and whose main purpose is other than the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited'.  However, as the CRS does not establish the reason for an individual's trip or length of stay, those travelling for reason of remuneration or for more than one year to a country cannot be excluded.  Therefore, trips may include those travelling for paid work.  Commercial Drivers travelling on sea routes are excluded.

(3) Country of Residence

Country of Residence is defined as the country in which the person has resided during the past year.

(4) Transit/Transfer Passengers

Transit passengers are defined as those who make a stop at an airport without any particular purpose other than being en route to another destination.  These passengers generally do not disembark from their aircraft and are not covered by the Country of Residence Survey.

Transfer passengers or 'connecting passengers' are also defined as those who make a stop at an airport without any particular purpose other than being en route to another destination.  However, unlike transits, transfer passengers disembark the aircraft and pass through the airport en route to their connecting flight.  Such passengers may be surveyed for the Country of Residence Survey and are thus included in the estimates for trips.

(5) Timing of Easter

Easter falls each year on a Sunday between March 22nd and April 25th, inclusively.  In 2014 Easter Sunday fell on April 20th, while in 2013 it fell on March 31st.  Trip numbers each year are greatly influenced by when Easter falls.

Dates for Easter Sunday

2014 - 20th April

2013 - 31st March

2012 - 8th April

2011 - 24th April

2010 - 4th April

 

 

Other Europe

Tables 1, 2, 4 and 6

Includes the following countries:

  
Aland Islands Gibraltar Netherlands 
Albania Greece Norway
Andorra Guernsey Poland
Austria Hungary Portugal
Belarus Iceland Romania
Belgium Isle of Man Russian Federation
Bosnia and Herzegovina Italy San Marino
Bulgaria Jersey Serbia
Croatia Latvia Slovakia
Cyprus Liechtenstein Slovenia
Czech Republic Lithuania Spain
Denmark Luxembourg Sweden
Estonia Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Switzerland
Faroe Islands Malta Turkey
Finland Moldova, Republic of Ukraine
France Monaco  Vatican City
Germany Montenegro  

 

 

North America

Tables 1, 2, 4 and 6

Includes the following countries:

Canada
United States

 

Other Areas

Tables 1, 2, 4 and 6

Includes the following countries:

Africa (see below for breakdown of countries)
Australia, New Zealand and Other Oceania  (see below for breakdown of countries)
Central, South and Other Americas  (see below for breakdown of countries)
Eastern Asia, Middle East and Other Asia  (see below for breakdown of countries)

 

Other Europe

Tables 3 and 5

Includes the following countries:

  
Aland Islands Greece Montenegro
Albania Guernsey Poland
Andorra Hungary Portugal
Austria Iceland Romania
Belarus Isle of Man Russian Federation
Bosnia and Herzegovina Jersey San Marino
Bulgaria Latvia Serbia
Croatia Liechtenstein Slovakia
Cyprus Lithuania Slovenia
Czech Republic Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Switzerland
Estonia Malta Turkey
Faroe Islands Moldova, Republic of Ukraine
Gibraltar Monaco Vatican City

 

Other Europe

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
Aland Islands Greece Monaco
Albania Guernsey Montenegro
Andorra Hungary Portugal
Belarus Iceland Romania
Bosnia and Herzegovina Isle of Man Russian Federation
Bulgaria Jersey San Marino
Croatia Latvia Serbia
Cyprus Liechtenstein Slovakia
Czech Republic Lithuania Slovenia
Estonia Luxembourg Turkey
Faroe Islands Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Ukraine
Finland Malta Vatican City
Gibraltar Moldova, Republic of  

 

 

Australia, New Zealand and Other Oceania

Tables 3, 5 and 7

Includes the following countries:

  
American Samoa Kiribati Pitcairn
Australia Marshall Islands Samoa
Antarctica Micronesia, Federated States of Solomon Islands
Christmas Island Nauru South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Cocos (Keeling) Islands New Caledonia Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Cook Islands New Zealand Tokelau
Fiji Niue Tonga
French Polynesia Norfolk Island Tuvalu
French Southern Territories Northern Mariana Islands United States Minor Outlying Islands
Guam Palau Vanuatu
Heard Island and McDonald Islands Papua New Guinea Wallis and Futuna

 

Other Areas

Tables 3 and 5

Includes the following group of countries:

Central, South and Other Americas (See below for country breakdowns)

Africa (See below for country breakdowns)

Eastern Asia, Middle East and Other Asia (See below for country breakdowns)

 

Central, South and Other Americas

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
Anguilla Dominican Republic Nicaragua
Antigua and Barbuda Ecuador Panama
Argentina El Salvador Paraguay
Aruba Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Peru
Bahamas French Guiana Puerto Rico
Barbados Greenland Saint Kitts and Nevis
Belize Grenada Saint Lucia
Bermuda Guadeloupe Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Bolivia Guatemala Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Brazil Guyana Suriname
Cayman Islands Haiti Trinidad and Tobago
Chile Honduras Turks and Caicos Islands
Colombia Jamaica Uruguay
Costa Rica Martinique Venezuela
Cuba Mexico Virgin Islands, British
Dominica Montserrat Virgin Islands, US

 

 

Africa

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
Algeria Gambia Rwanda
Angola Ghana Saint Helena
Benin Guinea Sao Tome and Principe
Botswana Guinea-Bissau Senegal
Burkina Faso Kenya Seychelles
Burundi Lesotho Sierra Leone
Cameroon Liberia Somalia
Cape Verde Libya South Africa
Central African Republic Madagascar South Sudan
Chad Malawi Sudan
Comoros Mali Swaziland
Congo Mauritania Tanzania, United Republic of
Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Mauritius Togo
Cote d'Ivoire Mayotte Tunisia
Djibouti Morocco Uganda
Egypt Mozambique Western Sahara
Equatorial Guinea Namibia Zambia
Eritrea Niger Zimbabwe
Ethiopia Nigeria  
Gabon Reunion  

 

Eastern Asia

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
China Korea, Republic of Taiwan, Province of China
Hong Kong Korea, Democratic People's Republic of  
Japan Mongolia  

 

Middle East

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
Afghanistan Jordan Qatar
Bahrain Kuwait Saudi Arabia
Iran, Islamic Republic of Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic
Iraq Oman United Arab Emirates
Israel Palestinian Territory, Occupied Yemen

 

 

Other Asia

Table 7

Includes the following countries:

  
Armenia Kazakhstan Singapore
Azerbaijan Kyrgyzstan Sri Lanka
Bangladesh Lao People's Democratic Republic Tajikistan
Bhutan Macao Thailand
British Indian Ocean Territory Malaysia Timor Leste
Brunei Darussalam Maldives Turkmenistan
Cambodia Myanmar Uzbekistan
Georgia Nepal Vietnam
India Pakistan  
Indonesia Philippines  

 

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