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Tourist arrivals

  1. 1. Year World Tourist Arrivals Tourist Arrivals in India Tourist Arrivals in Andhra Pradesh Share of India in World Tourism Share of Andhra Pradesh in World Tourism 2001 686.00 2.54 0.52 0.37% 0.08% 2002 706.40 2.38 0.60 0.34% 0.08% 2003 693.20 2.73 0.74 0.39% 0.11% 2004 761.00 3.46 0.86 0.45% 0.11% 2005 802.00 3.92 0.95 0.49% 0.12% 2006 842.00 4.45 0.86 0.53% 0.10% 2007 816.56 5.08 0.82 0.62% 0.10% 2008 865.92 5.28 0.78 0.61% 0.09% 2009 883.60 5.10 0.79 0.58% 0.09% 2010 940.00 5.77 0.82 0.61% 0.09% 2011 1034.00 6.29 1.12 0.61% 0.11% Total 9030.68 47.00 9.14 5.60% 1.10% Avg 820.97 4.27 0.83 0.51% 0.1% 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 20072008 2009 2010 2011 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Tourist Arrivals in Andhra Pradesh Tourist Arrivals in India World Tourist Arrivals
  2. 2. Year World Tourist Arrivals Tourist Arrivals in New York City Tourist Arrivals in Malaysia Share of New York City in World Tourism Share of Malaysia in World Tourism 2001 686.00 35.2 12.78 5.13% 1.86% 2002 706.40 35.3 13.29 5.00% 1.88% 2003 693.20 37.8 10.58 5.45% 1.53% 2004 761.00 39.9 15.70 5.24% 2.06% 2005 802.00 42.7 16.43 5.32% 2.05% 2006 842.00 43.8 17.55 5.20% 2.08% 2007 816.56 46 20.97 5.63% 2.57% 2008 865.92 47.1 22.05 5.44% 2.55% 2009 883.60 45.8 23.65 5.18% 2.68% 2010 940.00 48.8 24.58 5.19% 2.61% 2011 1034.00 50.9 24.71 4.92% 2.39% Total 9030.68 473.3 202.29 57.7% 24.26% Avg 820.97 43.03 18.39 5.25% 2.21% 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 20012002200320042005200620072008200920102011 World Tourist Arrivals Tourist Arrivals in New York City Tourist Arrivals in Malaysia
  3. 3. NYC Statistics New York City offers incomparable museums, attractions, restaurants, hotels, theaters, entertainment and shopping. Read below for interesting facts and statistics about the greatest city in the world. Total visitors to NYC 2000-2011* Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2011: 50.9 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2010: 48.8 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2009: 45.8 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2008: 47.1 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2007: 46 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2006: 43.8 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2005: 42.7 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2004: 39.9 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2003: 37.8 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2002: 35.3 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2001: 35.2 million Visitors (international and domestic) to New York City in 2000: 36.2 million *numbers may not add up due to rounding Domestic Visitors to NYC 2000–2011 Domestic visitors in 2011: 40.3 million Domestic visitors in 2010: 39.1 million
  4. 4. Domestic visitors in 2009: 37.0 million Domestic visitors in 2008: 37.6 million Domestic visitors in 2007: 37.1 million Domestic visitors in 2006: 36.5 million Domestic visitors in 2005: 35.8 million Domestic visitors in 2004: 33.8 million Domestic visitors in 2003: 33.0 million Domestic visitors in 2002: 30.2 million Domestic visitors in 2001: 29.5 million Domestic visitors in 2000: 29.4 million International Visitors to NYC 2000–2011 International visitors in 2011: 10.6 million International visitors in 2010: 9.7 million International visitors in 2009: 8.8 million International visitors in 2008: 9.5 million International visitors in 2007: 8.8 million International visitors in 2006: 7.3 million International visitors in 2005: 6.8 million International visitors in 2004: 6.2 million International visitors in 2003: 4.8 million International visitors in 2002: 5.1 million International visitors in 2001: 5.7 million International visitors in 2000: 6.8 million Direct Visitor Spending in NYC 2003–2011 Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2011: $34.5 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2010: $31.5 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2009: $28.2 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2008: $32.0 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2007: $30.0 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2006: $26.2 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2005: $24.3 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2004: $21.3 billion Visitor spending (international and domestic) in 2003: $18.5 billion New York City’s Top International Markets (2011 figures): 1. United Kingdom 1,055,000 2. Canada 1,033,000 3.Brazil 718,000 4.France 662,000 5.Germany 587,000 6.Australia 532,000 7.Italy 495,000 8.Scandinavia (Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland) 445,000 9.All Middle East (incl. Israel) 436,000 10.PR China (excl. Hong Kong) 427,000 11. Spain 402,0000
  5. 5. 12. Mexico 376,000 13.Eastern Europe 367,000 14.BeNeLux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) 329,000 15.Japan 299,000 16.South Korea 283,000 17.Argentina 235,000 18.Ireland 214,000 19.India 200,000 20. Russia 126,000 Economic Impact 2011 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2011: $34.5 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2011: $18.6 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2011: 324,605 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2011: $8.7 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $1,350 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism 2010 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2010: $31.5 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2010: $17.3 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2010: 310,156 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2010: $8.1 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $1,350 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism 2009 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2009: $28.2 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2009: $16.6 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2009: 303,649 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2009: $7.5 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $1,200 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism 2008 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2008: $32.1 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2008: $17.19 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2008: 313,997 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2008: $8.26 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $1,300 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism. 2007 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2007: $28.85 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2007: $17 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2007: 353,536 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2007: $6.45 billion
  6. 6. Each New York City household benefited by an average of $1,069 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism. 2006 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2006: $24.71 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2006: $16 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2006: 368,179 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2006: $6.24 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $953 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism. 2005 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2005: $22.8 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2005: $14.2 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2005: 333,158 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2005: $5.44 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $541 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism. 2004 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2004: $21.07 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2004: $12.91 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2004: 328,763 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2004: $5.4 billion Each New York City household benefited by an average of $502 in tax savings as a result of travel and tourism. 2003 Total visitor spending from New York City tourism in 2003: $18.49 billion Total wages generated by New York City tourism in 2003: $11.58 billion Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2003: 291,977 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2003: $4.9 billion 2002 Total NYC jobs supported by visitor spending in 2002: 226,100 Total taxes generated by visitor spending in 2002: $2.8 billion 2001 New York City taxes generated by visitor spending in 2001: $790 million New York State taxes generated by NYC visitor spending in 2001: $769 million Federal taxes generated by NYC visitor spending in 2001: $1.242 billion Size Central Park, total acres: 843 New York City, total area in square miles: 301
  7. 7. Manhattan, total area in square miles: 23.7 Manhattan, length: 13.4 miles (21.5 km) long Manhattan, widest point: 2.3 miles (3.7 km) Manhattan, narrowest point: 0.8 miles (1.3 km) at narrowest point The Bronx, total area in square miles: 44 Brooklyn, total area in square miles: 81.8 Queens, total area in square miles: 112.2 Staten Island, total area in square miles: 60.2 Population New York City: 8,224,910 Bronx: 1,392,002 Brooklyn: 2,532,645 Manhattan: 1,601,948 Queens: 2,247,848 Staten Island: 470,467 New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area: 19,015,900 (July 2011) Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Current Estimates Program Climate Average temperatures: January Low 27 degrees F, -3 degrees C High 38 degrees F; 3 degrees C July Low 69 degrees F; 21 degrees C High 84 degrees F; 29 degrees C Average rainfall: January 3.65 inches July 4.60 inches Average snowfall: January 7 inches July 0 inches Hotels NYC average hotel occupancy in 2011: 85.4% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2010: 85.5% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2009: 81.5% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2008: 85.3% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2007: 86.1% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2006: 85.6% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2005: 86.1% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2004: 82.4% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2003: 76.3% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2002: 75.6% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2001: 73.4% NYC average hotel occupancy in 2000: 84.6%
  8. 8. NYC hotel average daily room rate (ADR): 2012: 281; 2011 - $273; 2010 - $261; 2009 - $237; 2008 - $307; 2007 - $303; 2006 - $267; 2005 - $241; 2004 - $209; 2003 - $193; 2002 - $195; 2001 - $203; 2000 - $233 Source: PKF Consulting Entertainment Production Direct expenditures (2011): $7.1 billion Entertainment production employment (2011): 130,000 The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting (tel. 212/489-6710) Transportation MTA New York City Transit, 718/330-3000 Airports Airports serving New York City: three John F. Kennedy International (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA), Newark Liberty International (EWR) Passengers serviced at three NYC airports: 2011: 105.5 million 2010: 103.6 million 2009: 101.5 million 2008: 107.0 million 2007: 110.0 million 2006: 101.5 million 2005: 99.8 million Flights at NYC airports: 2011: 1.01 million 2010: 1.16 million 2009: 1.18 million 2008: 1.25 million 2007: 1.36 million 2006: 1.22 million 2005: 1.19 million Buses Number of buses (2011): 5,600 Number of routes (2011): 235 local 4 Select Bus Service, and 71 express bus routes in the five boroughs Average Weekday riders (2011): 2.5 million Yearly riders (2011): 784 million MTA New York City Transit Subway Number of routes: 22 Subway cars (2011): Roughly 6,282 Subway stations: 468
  9. 9. Average weekday riders (2011): 5.3 million Yearly riders (2011): 1.6 billion Miles of track: more than 840 Source: MTA New York City Transit Taxis Licensed medallion yellow taxis: 13,270 Flat fare from JFK International to any point in Manhattan: $45 plus tolls & tip Source: New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission, 212/676-1000 Ferry Price of Staten Island Ferry: Free Trips per day: 252 (incl. weekend trips) Yearly Riders (2011): 20 million Passengers per day (2011): 60,000 (excl. weekend days) Source: The Staten Island Ferry Dining Out Average cost of a dinner in 2012 (drink, tax, tip included – Zagat Survey): $43.46 New restaurants in 2011 (Zagat Survey): 135

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