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Last month U.S travelers took advantage of the strong dollar and made more international travelers than usual.

The Commerce Department reported on Friday that international travel rose by 1.4% in September.

Europe received 17% of U.S travel, whilst the Caribbean took 10.5% and Asia took in the lowest at 7%.

Still, people outside America are still far more interested in the U.S than we are taking a flight outside of the U.S. Foreign travel in the U.S was at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $151.77 billion in September, whilst travel outside the U.S was at a seasonal adjusted annual rate of $101.19 billion in the same month.

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