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Statistics are most often revised for 1 of 2 reasons:

  1. For certain statistics initial estimates are released with the expectation that these may be revised and updated as further data becomes available.
  2. Revisions may also be made when methods or systems are changed.

These types of planned revisions should not be confused with errors in released statistics, which are genuine mistakes. Such mistakes occur rarely and, when they do happen, corrections are made in a timely manner, announced and clearly explained to users in line with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics (Principle 2, Practice 7).

Latest version

xlsx (108.8 kB)

Previous versions

Superseded files Reason for update Date superseded
xlsx (106.3 kB)
Correction See correction
A correction has been made to Table 4 of the Tourism Satellite Account, which has fed through to Tables 6, 7, Tourism direct gross value added and Nowcast. Table 4 should include the total inbound tourism expenditure from Table 1, but the expenditure of inbound same-day visitors had incorrectly been excluded from this total. This small error has been updated in the 2015 and 2016 datasets, as well as the bulletin text, tables and figures. You can see the original content in the superseded version. We apologise for any inconvenience.
20 June 2019 14:46
xls (197.1 kB) Scheduled update/revision 28 November 2018 09:30

Important notes and usage information

The data in this release contain revised estimates for the years 2016 and 2017, incorporating improved data from a number of Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) source datasets. The largest impact on revisions, as evident in the 2016 and 2017 revised datasets, has been driven by the incorporation of revised International Passenger Survey (IPS) data following the introduction of new and improved methodologies to this survey. More information on the improved IPS methodology and the associated impacts is available. Blue Book-consistent revisions to other source data have also driven smaller revisions to the TSA, for example, the household final consumption expenditure data as contained within our input–output supply and use tables, details of which can be found in their associated publications.