By Michael Connor MIAMI, May 23 (Reuters) - U.S. summer travel was expected to get off to a leisurely start this Memorial Day weekend but pick up in June, July and August, with most Americans planning to hit the road instead of the airport. Leisure trade organizations AAA and Travel Industry Association of America said consumer surveys show a flat to weaker trend in leisure trips this holiday weekend, but a 2.5 percent rise in overall summer travel from 2002. Declining gasoline prices, ...
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