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S., Millennial travelers are more likely than Boomers to say they can’t travel without their phone (71% versus 64%).
Bucket lists and adventures Boomers tend to travel to get away from the day-to-day routine and spend quality time relaxing with friends and family.
Other travel trends—and some barriers Older Americans aren’t as apt to mix business with pleasure as younger generations.
Just 26% of working Boomers have extended a business trip to add vacation time in the same location in the past two years and just 17% have plans for doing so in 2019, while 53% of Millennials have done so in the past and 46% plan to in the future. Cost is the biggest barrier for all ages (about 40%).
Keeping plugged in The survey finds more Millennials than Boomers will use all or most of their vacation time (77% versus 62%).
Top international destinations include Europe (41%), the Caribbean (20%), and Asia and the Middle East (11%).
They plan on spending over ,600 on their 2019 travel.
Of those in the planning phase of their domestic travel, 88% have already selected a destination, an increase from 72% in 2018.
If they do bring work on vacation with them, the majority will not let it consume more than 10% of their time off, the survey finds.
Technology also plays a role in vacation activity unrelated to work.