Semantic web is the web of data that provides a common framework and technologies for sharing and reusing data in various applications. In semantic web terminology, linked data is the term used to describe a method of exposing and connecting data on the web from different sources. The purpose of linked data and semantic web is to publish data in an open and standard format and to link this data with existing data on the Linked Open Data Cloud. The goal of this thesis to come up with a semantic framework for integrating and publishing linked data on the web. Traditionally integrating data from multiple sources usually involves an Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) framework to generate datasets for analytics and visualization. The thesis proposes introducing a semantic component in the ETL framework to semi-automate the generation and publishing of linked data. In this thesis, various existing ETL tools and data integration techniques have been analyzed and deficiencies have been identified. This thesis proposes a set of requirements for the semantic ETL framework by conducting a manual process to integrate data from various sources such as weather, holidays, airports, flight arrival, departure and delays. The research questions that are addressed are: (i) to what extent can the integration, generation, and publishing of linked data to the cloud using a semantic ETL framework be automated; (ii) does use of semantic technologies produce a richer data model and integrated data. Details of the methodology, data collection, and application that uses the linked data generated are presented. Evaluation is done by comparing traditional data integration approach with semantic ETL approach in terms of effort involved in integration, data model generated and querying the data generated.