A travel agency in New York City has reportedly been hacked and stolen nearly $200,000.

The hack took place last month when a hacker broke into the email account of Travel International, the agency behind the agency’s online booking site, The New York Times reports.

The New York Post said the hackers were able to recover data from the email address of the company’s vice president and CEO, and from the account of a former senior executive, who also worked for Travel International.

The hackers also stole emails from the company, including internal memos from the agency.

According to the Times, the emails were written by the former senior exec who had worked for the agency since 2012.

The former exec wrote that he had been paid more than $500,000 to work for the travel agency, the Times reports, but did not specify how much he was paid.

Travel International also said the breach was not connected to any breach of its network.

The breach has led to the resignation of the former executive and the cancellation of the agency, according to the New York Daily News.

The company’s president, Alex Zaharieff, said that the hack was not related to the company or its online booking website.

“It’s just an unfortunate incident,” he said in a statement to the Daily News, adding that he was “shocked and deeply saddened by this matter and deeply disappointed that we have been breached in the first place.”

The hack of Travel is not the first time the company has been hacked.

In 2016, the company was hit with a massive data breach that resulted in the theft of sensitive data of the firm’s customers.

Travel is a travel agency that connects people with travel agencies in dozens of cities across the world, including London, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

It’s not clear whether the data stolen from the New Yorker agency was used in the latest hack.