(CBS) — Officials temporarily suspended all travel in and out of France following yesterday’s attacks.

Flights have since resumed, but the situation is causing some passengers to have second thoughts.

CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports American Airlines issued a travel advisory for those traveling to Paris’ Charles De Gaulle Airport saying if they do want to change their tickets, in certain circumstances the airlines says they will waive the fee.

Many travelers CBS 2 spoke with aren’t changing their travel plans, but they are apprehensive about traveling going forward.

Several scheduled non-stop flights from O’Hare to Charles De Gaulle Airports are scheduled to take place over the next few days, including three late Saturday afternoon.

Paris, a destination for international business and for many vacationers the destination of life-time — or the start of a European vacation.

“I just want to see my kids and it’s horrible that these people are going through this,” said traveler Liliana Smith. “It gives me goosebumps. I lived in Paris for a year when I was a student and I have people I know there.”

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