BCD Travel
BCD Travel was founded on January 3, 2006, when BCD Holdings N.V. announced its decision to purchase TQ3 Travel Solutions Management Holding GmbH and a majority interest in The Travel Company.These two companies were combined with WorldTravel BTI under one ownership to form BCD Travel.
The company formally began trading under its new brand on March 31, 2006.
Source: http://www.bcdtravel.com

Shortly before the First World War, the liner service networks of Hapag and Lloyd grew to span the globe. During the First and Second World Wars, both companies lost their fleets, but were able to re-build and greatly expand once again in the postwar years. With the container shipping boom of the late 1960s, the two organizations merged to form Hapag-Lloyd AG in 1970. In 1997, the company became a wholly owned subsidiary of TUI AG. The acquisition of CP Ships in 2005 placed Hapag-Lloyd among the top five biggest shipping companies in the world and greatly expanded its fleet and network.
Source: http://www.hapag-lloyd.com

TUI AG is an internationally active group with the sectors tourism and shipping. In both these divisions TUI commands a leading market position: number 1 among the European travel companies and number 5 in the world of container shipping.
Source: http://www.tui-group.com

Wagons-lits (nowadays CWT)
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) is a global leader specializing in business travel management. CWT is dedicated to helping companies of all sizes, as well as government institutions and non-governmental organizations, optimize their travel program and provide best-in-class service and assistance to travelers.
Source: http://www.carlsonwagonlit.com

THE Flight Experts
Sparflug is one of Germany's market leaders as air Consolidator

Maison de la France
Set up in 1987 and operating under the supervision of the Minister of State responsible for Trade, Artisan Trades, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Tourism and Services, the mission of Maison de la France was to promote France as a tourist destination, principally in other countries.

As of May 1, 2009 ODIT France and Maison de la France have merged and become a single structure: Atout France. It fully integrates the tasks of the original structures.
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_de_la_France

For 20 years, Futuroscope has been developing the distinguishing aspects
that set it apart in the leisure market, and emphasising its unique identity
by bringing visitors a mix that is both fun and instructive.
Source: http://www.futuroscope.com

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