Latin America: average number of trips per year 2018, by country

This statistic presents the average number of trips taken per person per year in selected Latin American countries as of July 2018. On a survey, the travel frequency according to Mexican respondents amounted to 5.6 trips per year, whereas Brazilians took, on average, 4.9 trips per year.

Average number of trips taken per year in selected countries in Latin America as of July 2018

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Release date

July 2018


Argentina, Brazil, Mexico

Survey time period

As of July 2018

Supplementary notes

The original question posed on the survey was: "Typically, how many personal/leisure and business trips do you take per year?".
The source does not specify the number or age of respondents, the type of survey, or any other methodological information. The date of survey given is the date of publication.

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