With the return of international travel, some cities are seeing the lion’s share of foreign visitors—but where they’re coming from depends on the destination.

Some 604 days after the Trump administration shut U.S. borders, a majority of international travelers are once again welcome. For those returning after a long hiatus, a few things may be different: the president, the hotel and restaurant landscapes, and the documentation required at the airport, which now includes proof of approved vaccination against Covid-19. But where they’re going largely remains the same.

According to data from Travelport, a global technology company that powers travel bookings for hundreds of airlines and thousands of hotels worldwide, flight bookings to and within the U.S. have already reached 70% of their pre-pandemic levels. That’s a hopeful sign for the quick recovery of the U.S. travel economy, which, according to the U.S. Travel Association, represents $233 billion annually and suffered weekly losses of $1.5 billion in spending from Canadians, Europeans, and Britons alone during the border closure period.

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