Leisure travelers say they’re cutting back on travel because of high-priced tickets, concern about the economy, and the need to spend more for everything from food to gasoline. Airlines are planning to reduce flights once summer ends. Some are already offering sales to fill their planes when vacation season is over. “We are worried about what happens after Labor Day,” says Helane Becker, an analyst for Dahlman Rose & Co. “We’re going to see less demand and more discounting.” Economists have lowered growth forecasts after a bunch of recent bad economic news. Unemployment remains above 9 percent. Retail sales are slumping for the first time in nearly a year. Becker worries that could foreshadow a drop in leisure travel, offsetting continued strength in business travel. Get the full story at The Washington Post