They also intend to increase their spending on summer leisure travel by more than five percent. The DKSA survey broke down the results by generation, revealing that traditionalists and baby boomers intend to spend more time and money on leisure travel this summer than gen Xers and millennials. Traditionalist respondents, comprised of Americans ages 70 and up, plan to increase leisure travel days by roughly nine percent and spending on leisure travel by more than 10 percent this summer. Meanwhile, baby boomers, or respondents ages 51 to 69, revealed that they intend to increase leisure travel days by eight percent and spending by just under eight percent. Get the full story TravelPulse