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American Travel Solutions (AmTrav) is an American privately held travel management company owned by Craig Fichtelberg, Eric Fichtelberg, and Jeff Klee. Originally handling leisure travel and operating as American Travel Associates until 2005, AmTrav now handles business travel as well as leisure clients through its online travel agency, Cheapair (

AmTrav operates offices out of Boston, Chicago, Denver, and Los Angeles, with over 150 employees. According to Travel Weekly, AmTrav has consistently ranked in the Top 50 US travel agencies based on size since 2012 based on their Power List of Travel Agencies in the United States.[1]

AmTrav is a member of IATAN.


American Travel Associates was created in 1989 originally for leisure travel operating as 1-800-Cheap-Air. In 1999 American Travel Associates was spun off from as the need for business travel grew.

In 2005, American Travel Associates re-branded as American Travel Solutions and CheapAir, Inc. separating its business and leisure brands.

In late 2014, AmTrav acquired Young's Travel Service in Auburn, MA. Also in 2014, AmTrav became the first corporate booking tool to sell premium seats on United and Delta Airlines.[2]


  1. "Amtrav: Travel Weekly".
  2. "Amtrav: Travel Weekly".

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