Registrants need to complete the verification via travel industry acknowledgment after registration of the domain. The registrant must maintain eligibility throughout the term of the license, including renewal.
When the registrant ceases to be a member of the travel industry as defined by the registry, the registrant must give notice within fourteen days or cease to be eligible for renewal. Registrants no longer need to obtain a UIN before registering a .TRAVEL domain.
The following types of businesses or individuals may register a .TRAVEL domain:
- Attractions and theme parks
- Bed and breakfast houses
- Bus, taxi and limousine operators
- Camp facility operators
- Vehicle rental companies and airport specialty car park companies
- Computer reservation and travel technology providers
- Convention and visitor's bureaus
- Cruise lines
- Hotels, resorts, and casinos
- National tourism offices
- Passenger rail lines
- Tour operators
- Travel agents
- Travel media
- Travel-consumer and market research organizations
- Travel insurance
- Travel training institutes
- Suppliers of goods or services to the eligible industry participants
- Creators and providers of travel and tourism products, services and content
Renewals must be completed by enabling auto-renew and cannot be performed manually—domains auto-renew 45 days after expiry. A .TRAVEL domain does not have a grace period or eligibility for redemption.
Note: Registrants renewing a name may be required to provide, update, or confirm all information needed for an initial application, including eligibility information.
Changes in ownership
Changing the ownership of a .TRAVEL domain follows the process outlined in our change of registrant guide.
Domain transfers follow our standard domain transfer process as outlined in our transfer in process guide.