Eighty-six percent of Americans are concerned about terrorist attacks occurring while on vacation in various regions of the world, prompting many to make major changes to their travel plans. According to the annual Vacation Confidence Indexfrom Allianz Global Assistance, Americans are most concerned about attacks in the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

After recent attacks in Istanbul, Israel, Paris, Brussels and Nice, 22 percent of Americans say the fear of further violence has influenced their vacation planning, whether through canceling, purchasing traveling insurance, or changing locations, travel dates, modes of transportation, local tours or accommodations.