6th April, 2018By Adam FancherNew York magazine is reporting that a family with a history of health issues will be among the first to receive an advisory from one of the world’s biggest travel companies.
The family is named as the “Burgundy Family” on a list of the top 100 travel companies that have received advisory payments.
The family, which is from Louisville, Kentucky, has been receiving “advisory payments” from the luxury travel company since 2016.
The publication’s reporting said the family received $4.6 million in 2016, $4 million in 2017, and $4 in 2018.
According to the family, they were the first family to be named on the advisory list.
The advisory payments are intended to provide assistance to people with health problems, and are intended for individuals with serious health issues and disabilities, the family’s lawyer said in a statement.
According the family to the New York Times, the advisory payments were part of a $40 million settlement between the firm and its former parent company, Travelocity, in 2016.
Travelocity was accused of discriminating against LGBTQ people, but settled with the family.
The company is also in the midst of a federal investigation into discrimination in hiring.
A spokesperson for Travelocity said the company was “disappointed” with the publication and said it would be reviewing the article.
The UK-based company said it was “proud to work with the Burgundy Family to ensure their needs are met”.