The insurance firm, SquareMouth, also witnessed a drop in the popularity of vacations to France and Belgium, among their customers.
This was specifically acute within a month of each of their terror attacks, which calculated to 19% high trip cancellation rate when compared to the prior year.
And those who visited these two destinations were more likely to purchase insurance.
However, trips to Turkey were more likely to be outright cancelled.
The report explained that overall American residents are showing new caution.
While the threat of more terror is not preventing international travel, they are more likely to purchase insurance now if visiting Europe.
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