Table 8.—Tourism GDP of Tourism Industries and Other Industries, 1992

[Millions of dollars]

Industry Industry output Intermediate consumption Value added Tourism industry ratio/1/ Tourism output Tourism industry intermediate consumption Tourism industry value added
Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 1 Method 2 Method 3
Hotels and lodging places84,24332,44951,7940.800.810.8267,60368,32669,45726,03926,31826,75441,56342,00842,704
Eating and drinking places236,124124,678111,446.16.17.2037,40340,08248,14919,74921,16425,42417,65318,91822,726
Railroads and related services33,84212,93420,908.04.04.041,2261,2261,226469469469757757757
Local and suburban transit and interurban highway passenger transportation, except taxicabs15,87810,2225,656.21.25.313,3673,9344,8982,1682,5333,1531,1991,4011,745
Taxicabs6,6142,8533,761.22.45.701,4783,0024,6246381,2951,9958401,7072,629
Air transportation87,82850,18837,640.81.81.8170,87770,87770,87740,42640,42640,42630,45130,45130,451
Water transportation26,68117,1089,573.14.14.143,8603,8603,8602,4752,4752,4751,3851,3851,385
Automotive rental and leasing, without drivers21,41010,66910,741.54.55.5711,62611,70412,3225,7935,8326,0965,8325,8716,137
Arrangement of passenger transportation13,1084,7818,327.22.22.222,9192,9192,9191,0651,0651,0651,8541,8541,854
Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services (except membership sports and recreation clubs); racing including track operation; marinas; and libraries and museums, art galleries, and botanical and zoological gardens35,80013,78822,012.18.19.246,4656,9638,7382,4902,6823,3653,9754,2815,372
Membership sports and recreation clubs11,9205,0266,894.31.32.403,6863,8104,8211,5541,6062,0332,1322,2032,788
Motion picture theaters; dance studios, schools, and halls; theatrical producers (except motion pictures), bands, orchestras, and entertainers23,64613,25210,394.17.20.273,9324,6256,4082,2042,5923,5911,7292,0332,817
Professional sports clubs and promoters6,4441,8444,600.13.12.168287831,018237224291591559727
Gasoline service stations31,1579,30721,850.07.07.112,1992,3283,2856576959811,5421,6322,304
Retail excluding eating and drinking places and gasoline services stations560,108185,152374,956.02.03.0313,37614,14016,9164,4224,6745,5928,9549,46611,324
Total tourism industries1,270,477529,045741,432230,844238,578259,517110,384114,049123,708120,460124,528135,720
Total all other industries9,552,1704,059,6975,492,473
Total10,822,6474,588,7426,233,905

1. The industry tourism ratio is equal to tourism output divided by industry output.

2. The industry tourism output is derived from table 5 and table 7. The tourism-commodity ratio (table 7) is multiplied by the tourism commodities produced by industries (table 5) and summed by industry. For example, the air industry produces $48,449 million domestic passenger air fares of which 100 percent is tourism; it also produces $22,605 million international air fares of which 99 percent is tourism. The total tourism output of the industry is $70,877 million.

NOTE.—See the section "Methodological Overview" for a discussion of the three methods.

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