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Spring and early summer's resurgence of life also heralds the return of the travel bug. Summer holidays and school vacation send affluent families across the U.S. to far-flung destinations both domestic and international.
But generational differences play a key role in how consumers travel. A study by the Shullman Research Center of consumers with household income greater than $75,000 found boomers prefer cruises more than their younger counterparts, and more millennials opt for trips outside the United States.