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Status: Active
country: Internatonal
Manager: Tralliance
Registry Provider: Tralliance
Date Implemented: May 5, 2005
Type: sTLD

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.travel is an sTLD meant exclusively for usage by organizations in the travel and tourism industries. It is managed by Tralliance.[1]

ICANN signed a contract with Tralliance on May 5, 2005 to operate .travel. The operating procedures and policies for .travel are different from those of all other current TLDs.[2]


Tralliance requires that, when a .travel domain name is registered, a website with relevant content must be put up within one year of registration.

Registrants must be verified participants in the travel industry. This can include anything from airlines, to public attractions, to ferries, restaurants, bed & breakfast houses, and more.[3]