Founder & CEO Christy Prescott started CTP in 1991 as a one-location San Antonio venture. More than two decades later and still under Mrs. Prescott’s leadership, CTP has become one of the largest women-owned full service travel management companies in Texas and among the top 50 in the nation. CTP’s position in the marketplace is exclusively based on a commitment to excellence, the diversity of services offered and unparalleled customer service which allows us to be a comprehensive travel planning solution.


Enterprise Holdings not only is the world’s largest car rental operator, but also an industry leader in mobility and technology as well as one of the top global travel companies, ranking ahead of many airlines and most cruise lines, hotels, tour operators and online travel agencies. And no matter what transportation challenges our customers face, we have an innovative solution.

Enterprise Holdings – through its independent regional subsidiaries and franchise partners – operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car (ECAR), National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands via more than 10,000 fully staffed neighborhood and airport offices in 100 countries and territories. Every year, these branch offices collectively handle more than 72 million consumer transactions worldwide and spend millions of dollars with local dealerships and vendors.

This robust global network – operating a fleet of more than 2 million vehicles – provides a comprehensive portfolio of transportation solutions, including car rental, carsharing, vanpooling, car sales, truck rental, online ride-matching and affiliated fleet management services. As a total mobility provider and an integral part of the automotive value chain, we serve the needs of a wide variety of businesses, consumers, government agencies and organizations day in and day out – and especially when disaster recovery efforts are under way.

A Different Path

Enterprise has been delivering transportation alternatives since 1957. As other car rental companies focused on airports, our founder Jack Taylor took a different path. The concept began in the lower level of a St. Louis car dealership, where Jack and a handful of colleagues worked hard to serve their customers. It was those early customers who shaped our business model. 

They told us they wanted to rent cars where they live and work. And we listened, building an unparalleled neighborhood network of Enterprise Rent-A-Car locations in communities across North America and Western Europe. Then, in 2007, we acquired the National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, which quickly bolstered our presence at the airport.

Today, our global network offers a total transportation solution – including sustainable mobility options – that extends around the world and well beyond day-to-day car rental.







The Aviation Department oversees the San Antonio Airport System (SAAS) which consist of the San Antonio International Airport and Stinson Municipal Airport.


Chauffeured Transportation is not just what we do, but who we are.  For over 35 years, Nikko's has been called on by Fortune 500 corporations, high-net worth individuals and sophisticated travellers for their every chauffeured need.  There is no question as to why we are one of the most respected brands in our industry.  With pristine vehicles and a polished staff, we go Beyond Expectations.


Your dedicated travel team are accountable for every aspect of your travel program. The CTM network provides local service solutions to customers across the world. Personalised Services. Cost-Effective Solutions. Services: Corporate Travel, Resource Travel, Event Travel.


Delta Air Lines, a leader in domestic and international travel, offers airline tickets & flights to over 300 destinations in 60 countries.

Aeromexico was founded in 1934 by Antonio Diaz Lombardo with a maiden flight from Mexico City to Acapulco. Throughout the 1940s, the airline continued to grow thanks to Pan Am, who owned 25% of the company. The airline was nationalized in 1959, then expanded greatly in the 1970s under a government plan.


Date of Incorporation: April,07,1989
Major Milestones

■ EVA was founded on March 8, 1989 by Group Chairman Y. F. Chang and registered on April 7, 1989. The Company    immediately prepared for flight operation. The authorized capital was NT$ 10 billion and the paid-up capital was NT$2.5    billion.
■ First Flight was launched on July 1, 1991.

■ The Company’s stocks were listed for sale in OTC.
■ The Company moved into new terminal and provided services to customers, after the opening of terminal 2 of Taoyuan    International Airport.
■ EVA secured approval to transfer its stocks listing from OTC and moved its shares to the Taiwan Stocks Exchange (TWSE).
■ EVA took delivery of its first A330-200 aircraft and introduced new generation of business class, Premium Laurel Class.
■ EVA Europe Cargo Center was established.
■ EVA made a successful record in Taiwan to assist Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSMC) transport the    8-inch wafer fab from Taipei to Shanghai.
■ EVA took delivery of the first 777-300ER aircraft (B-16701) in Boeing Company in Seattle, U.S.
■ EVA opened Southern China Cargo Center in Hong Kong, enabling it to acquire market information, integrate regional cargo    goods and discuss regional cooperation plans with local forwarders, which make EVA move air freight shipments in and    out of the region, prepare business plan, sell and discover customers more efficiently and quickly.

■ Recognized 2007 “Best Wines on the Wing” by Global Traveler, a famous travel magazine of U.S.
■ EVA received 2007 The Richard Teller Crane Founder’s Award from the 60th annual International Air Safety Summit (IASS)    held in Seoul for “its corporate leadership in aviation safety programs and its superb safety records.”In the five years since    the coveted award was established, EVA was the first Asian airline and only the second airline among all recipients to    receive it.
■ EVA ranked 1st as the 2008 “Best Ideal Brand of International Airline” for the second year from the surveys of Taiwanese    consumers, Management Magazine.
■ Wanderlust, a leading travel magazine U.K., recognized EVA Silver Award of 2008 “Best Airline”.
■ EVA ranked 2nd “Best White” and 5th “Best Red” of 2007 Cellars in the Sky Awards, published by Business Traveller, a    worldwide famous travel magazine.
■ Air Cargo World, a famous cargo magazine, ranked EVA 6th of 2008 “Air Cargo Excellence Award”. EVA was the second    Asian airline to win the prize and surpassed most of famous airlines that were mainly in charge of cargo business.
■ EVA was recognized “White Gold Medal” among the Reputation Brand investigation of Reader’s Digest magazine.