Outgoing Chairman of Voyager Travel Corporation, Mr Lionel Krongold said: “The approach to us from ATPI came out of the blue in the year that we celebrated 40 years in the corporate travel industry. After an extensive search, ATPI identified Voyager as the business within the travel industry that would best complement its strategy to grow its operations in the Asia/Pacific region” The acquisition by UK based ATPI with offices in 60 countries will provide enormous opportunities for Voyager’s clients and staff and with Voyager’s reputation for excellence in the Australian market, further strengthens ATPI’s footprint into the Asia/Pacific region. Voyager will complement the ATPI Group with its reputation for providing clients with high levels of service and savings. Clients of Voyager will also benefit from ATPI’s extensive international presence and its unique technical and reporting capabilities. The shared philosophies of the two companies are aligned and have differentiated them from their competition and will continue to do so in the future. Voyager has offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth and has been providing travel services to Australian companies for more than 40 years. Source = Voyager Travel Corporation Graham Ramsay Chairman and Chief Executive of ATPI said: “I am delighted to have completed the acquisition of this prestigious Australian company. It is an important milestone in achieving our international expansion strategy. I am also extremely pleased that Richard Savva, Managing Director of Voyager Travel Corporation, will remain in his role and welcome him as a shareholder in ATPI. Australia’s largest independent travel management company, Voyager Travel Corporation has been sold to the International Travel Management Group ATPI, one of the globe’s biggest travel management operations. The ATPI Group has an international shareholding and a presence in over 60 countries worldwide and has successful operations in corporate travel and corporate events management.