The Atlanta-based travel agency that has been on the job for more than two decades will close as of Thursday, the company said.
The news was first reported by local media.
A statement from the Atlanta-area company did not give a reason for the change.
Atlanta-based Fact Travel agency, which has offices in Atlanta and New York City, said it has decided to shutter its Albuquerque office.
The company did have employees in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The announcement did not specify the reason for closing the Albuquerque office or where the employees would be sent.
The Atlanta-region-based company was founded in 1996 by Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and began its career as a travel agency for the National Football League and the NBA.
Its name is a reference to the phrase “fact.”