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1. Travelzen and SEBTI to Merge
Travelzen and SEBTI to Merge. Travelzen, an online travel service provider in the PRC, and Shanghai Ever Bright Town International Travel Agent (SEBTI) are to merge by means of share exchange offers. Upon completion of the merger, SEBTI will become a subsidiary of Travelzen, and its resources will be integrated with Travelzen's online platform.
2. Global Hotel Alliance to merge with Asian Hotels Alliance
Global Hotel Alliance to merge with Asian Hotels Alliance.
3. Abacus to merge Australia, New Zealand Operations with Sabre Pacific
Abacus to merge Australia, New Zealand Operations with Sabre Pacific.
4. Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines to Merge
Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines to merge to create New Airline - Delta. Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines are to combine in an all-stock transaction with a combined enterprise value of $17.7 billion, creating one of the world's biggest airline groups. The new airline, which will be called Delta, will provide a more stable platform for future growth in the face of signif
5. Jetstar Asia and Vaulair merge
Jetstar Asia and Vaulair merge.
6. Continental and United Airlines to Merge
Continental and United Airlines to Merge. Continental and United Airlines are merging to create one of the world’s largest airlines. The combined company’s management team is expected to include a balanced selection of executives from each company with the intention that each company will contribute roughly equal numbers. In addition to Smisek and Tilton, the 16-member Board of Dir
7. Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines Merge
Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines Merge. Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines merged on Wednesday, creating a global airline which serves nearly all of the world’s major travel markets. The new airline, called Delta and headquartered in Atlanta, will begin its first day as a combined company with a commitment to delivering excellent service to customers in 66 countries and m
8. Diethelm Travel Group Acquires Travel Center Asia
Diethelm Travel Group has acquired Travel Center Asia (TCA), one of Thailand’s leading DMC’s. The two Bangkok-based companies will now merge and will continue to operate under Diethelm Travel branding as of 1 November 2018.

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