Top Travel Vendors

Total Airlines: $3,463,702,448

Airline Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
United Airlines $948,142,518 27.4%
Delta 640,271,514 18.5
American Airlines 593,010,696 17.1
U.S. Airways 326,574,997 9.4
Northwest 234,688,095 6.8
Continental 174,754,645 5.0
Southwest 141,092,149 4.1
Alaska Airlines 89,298,628 2.6
America West 775,361 0.02
Other 315,093,842 9.1

Total Car Rental: $410,971,046

Car rentals Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
Avis $73,761,707 17.9%
Enterprise 68,838,082 16.8
Hertz 61,389,722 14.9
Budget 52,545,315 12.8
Alamo 39,002,494 9.5
Thrifty 31,728,777 7.7
National 26,722,822 6.5
Dollar 24,552,944 6.0
Other 32,429,179 8.0


Total Hotels: $2,455,702,766

Hotel Fiscal 2006 sales Market share
Marriott $174,661,794 7.1%
Holiday Inn 160,613,511 6.5
Residence Inn 159,864,141 6.5
Hilton Hotel/Inn 124,876,910 5.1
Hampton Inn 108,427,882 4.4
Embassy Suites 76,638,693 3.1
Sheraton Hotel & Resort 61,853,090 2.5
Comfort Hotel International 52,684,769 2.1
Courtyard Inn 49,977,102 2.0
Best Western 48,180,855 2.0
Hyatt Hotel/Int'l 46,765,566 1.9
Homewood Suites 46,393,751 1.9
Doubletree Hotel 41,552,280 1.7
Crowne Plaza Hotel 33,256,714 1.4
Radisson Hotel 30,054,622 1.2
Fairfield Inn 29,586,204 1.2
Quality International 21,987,327 0.9
Westin Hotel 20,300,460 0.8
La Quinta Motor Inn 18,741,078 0.8
Ramada Inn 18,092,789 0.7
Renaissance Hotel 16,055,353 0.7
Days Inn of America 13,289,512 0.5
Wyndham Hotel 11,319,119 0.5
Omni International 10,502,113 0.5
AmeriSuites 7,079,988 0.3
Adam's Mark 4,687,753 0.2
Other 1,068,259,377 43.5


Top Travelers

In fiscal 2007, federal agencies spent $14.8 billion on travel. The 26 agencies listed here spent the bulk of the government's travel dollars.
Agency 2007 spending
(in millions)
Defense $9,689
Homeland Security 1,185
Justice 465
Veterans Affairs 442
State 400
Agriculture 382
Treasury 276
Transportation 239
HHS 230
Interior 217
Commerce 149
Int'l. Assistance Programs 108
NASA 88
Energy 69
EPA 58
Labor 58
SSA 46
FDIC 44
GSA 39
OPM 27
TVA 24
National Science Foundation 22
HUD 21
NRC 20
National Credit Union Admin. 14
Education 11

Source: Office of Management and Budget
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