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Last November 274,000 foreigners entered the country and more 276,000 Argentines left

The Indec disseminated data after conducting surveys at the country's airports.
Travel
15 January, 2019

In its monthly International Tourism Survey (ETI), which covers all airports in the country and always publishes two months after the measurement, he notes that the aforementioned deficit was 2,000 passengers, after in the same month of 2017 it was 100,400 tourists.
The report notes that this variation was due to a deepening of summer trends, which in this case marked a 12.3% year-on-year increase in foreign arrivals and a 19.8% drop in departures from the country.
However, in comparison of the first eleven months of both years, the variants were not so pronounced, since in arrivals from abroad 2017 it accumulated 2,307,200 and 2018 had 2,465,400, which implies an increase of 6.9%.
In outflows of residents abroad, from January to November 2017 were 4,192,900, and in the same period last year 4,205,900, which meant an increase of 0.3% after coming from an increase of 18%, and the accumulated deficit totaled 1,740,500 passengers.
Of the total revenues recorded last November, 245,830 tourists arrived in Buenos Aires, through the airports of Ezeiza and Jorge Newbery; 12,847 to Mendoza; 9,149 to Córdoba; and 6,731 to the “Resto” category, which includes Rosario, Tucumán, Salta, Neuquén and other small airports.
As for the country’s departures, 224,206 were made from Ezeiza and the Buenos Aires airport, 21,483 from Córdoba, 13,800 from Rosario, 12,146 from Mendoza and 4,963 from El Resto.
Of the total arrivals at Ezeiza and Jorge Newbery airports, which account for 89.5% of arrivals, 25.2% of foreigners were from Brazil, 23.1 from Europe, 15.9 from the rest of America, 12% from the United States and Canada and 11.4% from Chile.
The payroll is completed with 6.3% from the rest of the world, 2.3% from Bolivia, 2.1% from Paraguay and 1.6% from Uruguay.

Departures of residents were first destined to Brazil, with 21.8%; the United States and Canada, 20.8%; Europe, 19.6%; and the rest of America, 18.4% Further away were Resto del Mundo, with 7.7%; Chile 6.6%; Uruguay 2.5%; Paraguay 1.7% and Bolivia, with 0.9% of passengers departing from both airports.

Source: Télam

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