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No. 856. SCHEDULED AIR CARRIERS-AVAILABLE SERVICE AND UTILIZATION, AND TRAFFIC CARRIED: 1950 TO 1966
1 Passenger-miles converted to ton-miles on basis that 10 passengers with allowable free baggage equal 1 ton. ? Includes foreign mail revenue ton-miles.
Source: Air Transport Association of America, Washington, D.C.; Air Transport Facts and Figures, and unpublished data.
No. 857. SUPPLEMENTAL AIR CARRIERS-SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS: 1955 TO 1966 [In thousands, except number of operators. Refers to carriers operating by authority of letters of registration granted by the Civil Aeronautics Board. Includes international operations; see headnote, table 855. Figures shown for military cover activities performed under charter or other contract with the Department of Defense]
1 Includes $2,319,000 for which no distribution was reported.
2 Total less than sum of details due to statistical discrepancies in reporting.
Source: Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; FAA Statistical Handbook of Aviation. Data from Civil Aeronautics Board.
No. 858. SCHEDULED PASSENGER/CARGO AIR CARRIErs-Personnel, PAYROLL, AND AVERAGE SALARY: 1964 AND 1965
[As of December 31 or for calendar years. See also headnote, table 855]
1 Domestic includes certain personnel chargeable to international operations. * Includes other maintenance personnel. Source: Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; FAA Statistical Handbook of Ariation. Data from Civil Aeronautics Board.
No. 859. EMPLOYMENT, HOURS, AND EARNINGS IN AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES-ANNUAL AVERAGES: 1948 to 1966
Source: Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; FAA Statistical Handbook of Aviation. Data from Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
No. 860. CIVIL AIRCRAFT SHIPMENTS: 1950 TO 1966
[Represents manufacturers' shipments of complete aircraft. Includes both domestic and export output] 1960 1961 196 1963
$143. 54 $143.91
Source: Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; FAA Statistical Handbook of Ariation. Includes data from Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports.
No. 861. SUMMARY OF AIRBORNE IMPORTS AND EXPORTS-SHIPPING WEIGHT, 1964 TO 1966, AND VALUE, 1966
[Weight in millions of pounds, value in millions of dollars, except as indicated. Includes trade of Puerto Rico with foreign countries. Exports include domestic and foreign merchandise; imports include merchandise for immediate consumption and entries into bonded warehouses]
Z Less than 50,000 pounds.
NA Not available. 1 Value of imports includes estimates for shipments valued less than $251 reported on formal and informal entries for July-December 1965. Prior to July 1965, estimated value of only informal entries is included. Exports include shipments of "special category" commodities and estimated shipments valued under $100, which are excluded from the continent totals.
? Exports include shipments of "special category" commodities which are excluded from individual districts. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; summary reports, Ft 986, United States Airborne Foreign Trade, Ft 380, United States Airborne General Imports of Merchandise, and Ft 780, United States Airborne Exports of Domestic and Foreign Merchandise.
AIRCRAFT-VALUE OF BACKlog Orders, NET NEW ORDERS, AND NET
[In millions of dollars. Reported by manufacturers of complete aircraft, aircraft engines, and propellers]
Source: Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; FAA Statistical Handbook of Aviation. Data from Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports.
No. 863. EXPORTS OF AIRCRAFT AND AIRCRAFT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: 1960, 1965, AND 1966
[Value in thousands of dollars. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Q 349-350, for number and value of aircraft exported]
NA Not available.
X Not applicable.
1 Includes aircraft changed from military to nonmilitary type.
2 Includes military aircraft and parts, and new and used jet and gas turbines for aircraft. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census: Current Industrial Reports, Series M37G.
No. 864. UNITED STATES RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION: 1947 to 1966
[In millions of dollars. Data are international transportation transactions recorded for balance of payments purposes (see table 1208). Receipts include freight on exports carried by U.S. operated carriers and foreign carrier expenditures in U.S. ports. Payments include freight on imports carried by foreign carriers and U.S. carrier port expenditures abroad. Freight on exports carried by foreign carriers is excluded since such payments are directly or indirectly for foreign account. Similarly, freight on U.S. imports carried by U.S. carriers is a domestic rather than an international transaction. Minus sign (-) denotes decrease. See Historical Statistics. Colonial Times to 1957, series U 170 and U 177, for totals]
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Office of Business Economics; Survey of Current Business, June 1966 and March 1967, and unpublished data.
WATERBORNE COMMERCE, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC-CARGO TONNAGE:
1940 To 1965
[In millions of short tons. Includes Puerto Rico and outlying areas. Import and export figures differ slightly from those shown in tables 866 and 867, due to minor differences in basic concepts which are explained in the source. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957. series Q 216-229]
1 For 1940 and 1945, approximate net total, excluding duplications in domestic traffic. 2 Represents traffic among ports and communities mainly utilizing inland waterways. Included in other types of domestic traffic.
Source: Dept. of the Army, Corps of Engineers; figures through 1950, Annual Report of Chief of Engineers, Part 2; thereafter, Waterborne Commerce of the United States.
No. 866. WATERBORNE IMPORTS AND EXPORTS-CARGO, TONNAGE BY FLAG OF CARRIER VESSEL: 1950 TO 1966
[In thousands of short tons. Excludes U.S. Army and Navy cargo: includes Puerto Rico. Beginning July 1950, excludes commodities classified for security reasons as "Special Category." For 1955, 1960, and 1962, exports exclude shipments individually valued under $500. For 1963 through 1965, exports exclude shipments to Canada individually valued under $2,000 and to other countries under $500. Beginning 1966, exports exclude shipments valued under $100. Beginning 1955, imports exclude shipments under 2,000 pounds shipping weight regardless of value, as well as shipments valued at less than $100 regardless of shipping weight. For January 1960 through June 1965, imports exclude only those shipments under $100. Beginning July 1965, imports exclude shipments valued under $251. For further coverage details, see report FT 985, Waterborne Foreign Trade Statistics, published monthly by Bureau of the Census. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Q 210-215]
Source: Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of the Census; Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States, releases and unpublished data.