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.travel

The information below is based on currently available information which might be subject to change. Parties are advised to consult with the Registry.

Purpose: Sponsored Top Level Domain (STLD) for the global travel community
Registry: Tralliance Corporation
Sponsor: The Travel Partnership Corporation
Status: Registry Agreement between ICANN and Tralliance Corporation signed on May 5, 2005
WhoIs: WhoIs for .travel
Eligibility Requirements: - .travel Charter (See in particular Appendix S, Part 1 to the Sponsored TLD Registry Agreement)
Supplemented by . travel Registry Policies
Registration Requirements: Applicants must be primarily carrying on business or operations in the travel industry in one or more of the following 21 industry segments:
  1. Airlines
  2. Attractions/ Theme Parks
  3. Bed & Breakfast Houses
  4. Bus/Taxi/Limousine Operators
  5. Camp Facility Operators
  6. Vehicle Rental Companies/Airport Specialty Car Park Companies
  7. Computer Reservation/Travel Technology Providers
  8. Convention & Visitor's Bureaus
  9. Cruise Lines
  10. Ferries
  11. Hotels/Resorts/Casinos
  12. National Tourism Offices
  13. Passenger Rail Lines
  14. Restaurants
  15. Tour Operators
  16. Travel Agents
  17. Travel Media
  18. Travel - Consumer and Market Research Organizations
  19. Travel Insurance
  20. Travel Training Institutes
  21. Suppliers of goods or services to the eligible industry participants set out in these defined sectors
Historical Policies and Documents:  
Dispute Resolution Policies:

Charter Eligibility Dispute Resolution Policy

All registrants agree to be bound by the CEDRP, which applies to challenges filed by a third party to registered .travel domain names on the grounds that the registrant does not meet the .travel eligibility requirements.

Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy

All registrants agree to be bound by the UDRP. The UDRP applies to challenges to registered domain names based on the grounds that:

(i) a domain name is identical or confusingly similar to a trademark in which the complainant has rights; and
(ii) the registrant has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name; and
(iii) the domain name has been registered and used in bad faith.

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