Top Travel Vendors

Total Airlines: $3,274,408,504

Airline Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
United Airlines $841,613,126 25.7%
Delta 630,997,868 19.3
American Airlines 569,689,397 17.4
U.S. Airways 302,934,004 9.3
Northwest 230,366,470 7.0
Continental 160,261,723 4.9
Southwest 125,094,899 3.8
Alaska Airlines 93,725,447 2.9
America West 34,744,529 1.1
Other 284,981,040 8.7

Total Car Rental: $422,634,918

Car rentals Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
Hertz $79,235,988 18.7%
Avis 70,714,453 16.7
Enterprise 63,465,106 15.0
Budget 52,506,851 12.4
Alamo 34,692,029 8.2
Thrifty 34,160,758 8.1
National 33,193,866 7.9
Dollar 22,790,896 5.4
Other 31,874,971 7.5


Total Hotels: $2,256,700,130

Hotel Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
Marriott $154,993,092 6.9%
Holiday Inn 149,123,033 6.6
Residence Inn 147,748,616 6.5
Hilton Hotels/Inn 113,502,848 5.0
Hampton Inns 86,852,867 3.8
Embassy Suites 78,557,895 3.5
Courtyard Inns 65,080,291 2.9
Sheraton 58,819,580 2.6
Comfort Hotel International 51,729,659 2.3
Best Western 46,449,340 2.1
Hyatt Hotels/International 45,864,357 2.0
Homewood Suites 41,455,282 1.8
Doubletree Hotel 35,722,012 1.6
Radisson Hotels 31,683,681 1.4
Fairfield Inn 30,830,263 1.4
Crowne Plaza Hotels 28,380,856 1.3
Renaissance Hotels 27,157,687 1.2
Quality Inn/International 20,440,226 0.9
Ramada Inns 17,969,416 0.8
Westin Hotels 17,235,766 0.8
La Quinta 15,135,675 0.7
Wyndham Hotels 14,711,689 0.7
Days Inn of America 13,476,544 0.6
Omni International 10,256,351 0.5
Amerisuites 9,455,674 0.4
Adams Mark 5,247,647 0.2
Other 938,819,781 41.6


Top Travelers
Total: $14,054,000,000

Agency 2006 spending
(in millions)
Defense $9,146
Homeland Security 1,064
Justice 447
Agriculture 394
Veterans Affairs 393
State 366
Treasury 296
Interior 231
Transportation 227
HHS 226
Commerce 149
NASA 88
Energy 78
EPA 62
SSA 61
Labor 60
FDIC 47
GSA 38
OPM 24
HUD 21
NSF 20
NRC 19
Natl. Credit Union Admin. 13
Education 11
Corp. Natl. Comm. Service 11
SEC 9
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