ALTOUR Acquires Cherry Creek Travel

Travel management company ALTOUR is expanding its western U.S. presence with the acquisition of Denver-based Cherry Creek Travel

Cherry Creek Travel opened in 1960 and has since become an industry leader in the Denver area. General Manager Nancy Calkins will continue to manage the business and work with ALTOUR to maintain operations and expand its presence through this new Denver office. 

Since its establishment in 1991, ALTOUR has built a travel volume of over $500 million with 19 offices and more than 700 travel professionals in the U.S. and Europe. The agency serves the luxury and mid-market travel niches and manages a group of companies including Altour Limousine, Altour Air, Altour Classic Cruise and Travel, Altour Travel Master, Altour Incentive Management, and Altour Management Technology.

“Through this acquisition, the well-respected travel professionals of Cherry Creek Travel and ALTOUR will combine their strengths to continue to provide state-of-the-art technology and highest levels of service to their clients based in Denver and beyond,” said Alexandre Chemla, president of ALTOUR.


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