Top Travel Contractors

Airlines
Fiscal 2008 Sales: $3,956,078,939

Airline Sales Market Share
United Airlines $830,628,425 21.0 %
Delta 692,581,730 17.5
American Airlines 622,557,633 15.7
U.S. Airways 575,618,124 14.6
Northwest 184,496,115 4.7
Continental 182,114,378 4.6
Southwest 105,422,210 2.7
Alaska Airlines 96,094,351 2.4
Other 666,565,973 16.8

Top Travelers
In fiscal 2008, agencies spent $16.2 million on travel. The 22 agencies listed here spent the bulk of the government's travel dollars.

Agency 2008 Spending
(in millions)
Defense $9,073
Homeland Security 1,299
Veterans Affairs 596
Justice 406
State 286
Transportation 259
Agriculture 275
Treasury 244
HHS 215
Interior 202
Commerce 114
Int'l Assistance Programs 97
NASA 97
Energy 68
SSA 60
EPA 58
Corps of Engineers 55
Labor 53
FDIC 35
NSF 27
HUD 22
Education 11

Hotels
Fiscal 2008 Sales: $1,944,383,774

Hotels Sales Market Share
Marriott $194,966,076 10.0%
Residence Inn 182,222,795 9.4
Holiday Inn 168,370,015 8.7
Hilton Hotels/Inns 105,775,232 5.4
Hampton Inns 96,340,651 5.0
Embassy Suites 92,208,747 4.7
Sheraton 71,812,665 3.7
Courtyard Inns 57,576,905 3.0
Hyatt Hotels/Int'l 56,150,197 2.9
Comfort Hotel Int'l 55,179,813 2.8
Homewood Suites 50,740,907 2.6
Best Western 45,407,243 2.3
Doubletree Hotel 44,489,127 1.4
Westin Hotels 25,323,576 1.3
Quality International 22,340,032 1.1
La Quinta Motor Inns 20,643,050 1.1
Ramada Inns 16,254,727 0.8
Renaissance Hotels 15,026,794 0.8
Days Inn of America 12,088,306 0.6
Omni International 11,088,693 0.6
Wyndham Hotels 8,406,784 0.4
Adams Mark 1,776,121 0.1
AmeriSuites 1,618,969 0.1
Other 487,229,258 25.1

Car Rentals
Fiscal 2008 Sales: $436,886,099

Hotels Sales Market Share
Enterprise $85,001,920 19.5%
Avis 75,627,982 17.3
Hertz 60,515,747 13.9
Budget 58,873,043 13.5
Alamo 37,489,335 8.6
Thrifty 30,777,047 7.0
National 25,583,625 5.9
Dollar 22,748,287 5.2
Other 40,269,113 9.2
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