Tuesday June 2, 2020

A company that has its finger on the Irish pulse

Atlas Travel got its big break in 1970 by bringing a GAA All Star team to the US. Almost half a century later, it’s still going strong, writes Graham Clifford

5th March, 2017
Stephen McKenna, chief executive, Atlas Travel

Atlas Travel has been to the forefront of Corporate Travel Management for half a century, delivering solutions and innovating along the way. Managing journeys is its speciality.

Set up in Dublin in 1967 to cater for incoming tours and outgoing overseas travel, the firm’s initial origins actually go back to 1946, when it was set up as a German travel agency. It was later acquired by Andy McKenna, who had just turned 24.

The company has...

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