Scheduled air passenger origin and destination: Canada–United States, 2015
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Over 21.9 million passengers travelled on scheduled air services between Canada and the United States in 2015, up 1.9% from 2014.
The volume of passengers travelling between Canada and the United States rose in six provinces and one territory. British Columbia (+366,836 passengers) posted the largest gain, while Alberta (-287,219) recorded the largest traffic decline in 2015.
Transborder travel continued to be primarily to and from the states of California and Florida. Together, these two states accounted for 37.4% of all traffic, with California representing 19.3% and Florida 18.1%.
Additional analytical information is now available in "Air Passenger Origin and Destination, Canada – United States Report" as part of the service bulletin Aviation (51-004-X), from the Browse by key resource module of our website under Publications.
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