Worst terrorist acts - insured property losses 1970-2017

Worst terrorist acts from 1970 to 2016, by insured property losses (in 2017 million U.S. dollars)

Worst terrorist acts - insured property losses 1970-2017 This statistic shows the worst terrorist acts from 1970 to 2017, by insured property losses. In 1992, a bomb attack on Israel's embassy in Buenos Aires caused insured property losses of 53 million U.S. dollars. The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania was the worst terrorist attack on record in terms of fatalities and insured property losses, which totaled about 26.22 billion U.S. dollars (in 2017 dollars).
Show more

Worst terrorist acts from 1970 to 2016, by insured property losses (in 2017 million U.S. dollars)

Loading statistic...
Expand statistic
Insured losses in 2017 million U.S. dollars
United States (Sept. 11, 2001)*26,215
United Kingdom (Apr. 24, 1993)*1,266
United Kingdom (Jun. 15, 1996)*1,038
United Kingdom (Apr. 10, 1992)*937
United States (Feb. 26, 1993)*872
Sri Lanka (Jul. 24, 2001)*555
United Kingdom (Feb. 9, 1996)*361
North Atlantic (Jun. 23, 1985)*227
United States (Apr. 19, 1995)*203
Jordan (Sept. 12,1970)*178
Egypt (Sept. 6, 1970)*154
United Kingdom (Apr. 11, 1992)*134
India (Nov. 26, 2008)*117
Germany (Mar. 27, 1993)*99
Spain (Dec. 30, 2006)*82
United Kingdom (Dec. 21, 1988)*80
Sri Lanka (Jul. 25, 1983 )*65
United Kingdom (Jul. 7, 2005)*65
Comoros (Nov. 23, 1996)*62
Argentina (Mar. 17, 1992)*53
Insured losses in 2017 million U.S. dollars
United States (Sept. 11, 2001)*26,215
United Kingdom (Apr. 24, 1993)*1,266
United Kingdom (Jun. 15, 1996)*1,038
United Kingdom (Apr. 10, 1992)*937
United States (Feb. 26, 1993)*872
Sri Lanka (Jul. 24, 2001)*555
United Kingdom (Feb. 9, 1996)*361
North Atlantic (Jun. 23, 1985)*227
United States (Apr. 19, 1995)*203
Jordan (Sept. 12,1970)*178
Egypt (Sept. 6, 1970)*154
United Kingdom (Apr. 11, 1992)*134
India (Nov. 26, 2008)*117
Germany (Mar. 27, 1993)*99
Spain (Dec. 30, 2006)*82
United Kingdom (Dec. 21, 1988)*80
Sri Lanka (Jul. 25, 1983 )*65
United Kingdom (Jul. 7, 2005)*65
Comoros (Nov. 23, 1996)*62
Argentina (Mar. 17, 1992)*53
Download Settings Share
Download started
Please be patient - this may take a moment
This statistic shows the worst terrorist acts from 1970 to 2017, by insured property losses. In 1992, a bomb attack on Israel's embassy in Buenos Aires caused insured property losses of 53 million U.S. dollars. The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania was the worst terrorist attack on record in terms of fatalities and insured property losses, which totaled about 26.22 billion U.S. dollars (in 2017 dollars).
Show more
Statista Accounts: Access All Statistics. Starting from $588 / Year
Basic Account
Get to know the platform

You only have access to basic statistics.

Premium Account
Your perfect start with Statista
  • Instant access to 1m statistics
  • Download in XLS, PDF & PNG format
  • Detailed references

$49 / Month *

Corporate Account
Full access

Corporate solution including all features.

* All products require an annual contract.
   Prices do not include sales tax.
Leading companies trust Statista:
paypalgoogleadobepgsamsungtelekom
Related Studies: Available to Download in PDF or PPTX Format
Terrorism in the United Kingdom
Terrorism in the United Kingdom

All Information
in one Presentation

Terrorism in the United Kingdom

Everything On "Terrorism in the United Kingdom" in One Document: Edited and Divided into Handy Chapters. Including Detailed References.

Statista is a great source of knowledge, and pretty helpful to manage the daily work.
Christof Baron

Christof Baron
CEO, MindShare Germany

Statistics on "Terrorism in the United Kingdom"
  • Overview
The most important statistics
  • Casualties and fatalities
  • Terror prevention
  • Perception of terrorism
Discover Statista
Need help with using Statista for your research? Tutorials and first steps
Further Content: Statistics, Studies, and Topic Pages
Learn more about how Statista can support your business.
Do you have any questions about our business solutions?

We provide you with detailed information about our Corporate Account.