That follows the Priceline Group rebranding to Booking Holdings in 2018, which was followed shortly thereafter by Expedia Inc. becoming Expedia Group.

So Ctrip’s major brands, including Ctrip, Trip.com, Qunar, and Skyscanner would all fall under the purview of the parent company, Trip.com Group Ltd. Ctrip announced the rebranding as part of its second-quarter earnings call Tuesday in Shanghai.

The new name reflects the services and products we provide and can be easily remembered by global users,” Ctrip Executive Chairman James Jianzhang Liang said as part of the earnings announcement.

Related: Ctrip reports strong financial results for Q2 2019