The Vacationer has released the results of its latest Summer Travel Survey, which shows that 40.71 percent of Americans plan to travel once this summer, while 44.05 percent of Americans intend to travel more than once over the coming months.
By contrast, the survey found that just 15.24 percent don't intend to travel this summer, in spite of wider economic issues.
More specifically, the research revealed that American adults over 60 years old are the least likely to have intentions of traveling.
The Vacationer added: "Only 73.51 percent of people over the age of 60 intend to travel. However, 90 percent of American adults aged 30-44 intend to travel this summer. And, 88.43 percent of those aged 45-60 intend to do so.
"Lastly, even 86.78 percent of the youngest 18 to 29-year-old generation has intentions to travel this summer."
What's more, the survey - which was conducted by SurveyMonkey on behalf of The Vacationer - has revealed a disparity between male and female travelers.
The Vacationer explained: "Women are more likely than men to say they intend to travel more this summer than last summer. 43.17 percent of women said they intend to travel more.
"On the other hand, only 39.96 percent of men said they will. Men are more likely to say they will travel less this summer. 14.53 percent of men said they intend to travel less this summer. However, only 11.66 percent of women said they intend to travel less this summer."