Sabre looks to raise as much as $894.7 million in its initial public offering that the company first announced in January. Sabre will sell 44.7 million shares and estimated that they will be priced at between $18 and $20 a share, the company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Friday. The company, which didn’t announce an offering date, will trade on the Nasdaq under the symbol SABR. Sabre’s owners — TPG, Silver Lake Partners and Sovereign Co-Invest — will sell about 17% of the company with the offering, reducing their collective share of Sabre from 96% to 79%, assuming that the underwriters don’t buy additional shares. At $20 a share, Sabre’s valuation would be pegged at about $5.26 billion. Get the full story at Travel Weekly