FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered the following agencies to return any remaining ticket stock and plates to the Airlines Reporting Corp.:

  • American Tour Travel Inc. of Flint, Mich., which McGee said voluntarily relinquished its ARC accreditation last September.
  • City and Country Travel Inc. of Brooklyn, N.Y., which he said lost ARC accreditation in March.
  • Executive World Travel Inc. of Elk Grove, Ill., which he said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Get Me Outta Here Travel of New Orleans, which he said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Johnny Zorilla (doing business as Zorilla Travel) of Paterson, N.J., which he said lost ARC accreditation last October.
  • Moleano Travel Corp. (doing business as Travel Network) of Tarrytown, N.Y., which he said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Nelson Travel Agency Inc. (doing business as Nelson Travel) of Lakewood, Colo., which he said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Nova Travel Inc. of Wichita, Kan., which he said lost ARC accreditation last December.
  • Palm Breeze Travel of Pace, Fla., which McGee said voluntarily relinquished its ARC accreditation last December.
  • Travel With Us Inc. of Warren, Mich., which he said voluntarily relinquished its ARC accreditation in April.
  • Travstar Enterprises Inc. of Longwood, Fla., which he said lost ARC accreditation last October.
  • Universal Travel of Munster, Ind., which he said lost ARC accreditation in February.
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