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The terrorist attacks in the USA on September 11th 2001 had a profound and immediate impact on the tourism industry world-wide. This paper sets out to review tourist travel behaviour in the event of a terrorist attack. Primary research was conducted, by means of tourist surveys seeking information on how tourists react to terrorist attacks, aimed at revealing likely behaviours and perceptions in relation to travel, security and terrorism over time. The primary research was designed to enable comparisons with similar international research to further inform conclusions.