A full list with descriptions of each registrant class, together with the required credentials, can be found here: http://www.information.aero/registration/eligibility
For more detailed instructions on how to prepare your web site, click here.
While the existing Pending Create process allows only registration requests for .aero domain names, registrars have the option to request for more than one ENS Class to be associated with their ENS object. Registrars may request one or more of the following classes default (aero), airport and/or airline to be associated with their ENS object. Following SITA's approval, registrants will be able to use the same ENS object to request allocation of reserved names via the web interface on www.information.aero. Please note that only one .aero ID is issued per Pending Create transaction.
No. The pending create feature is not available for reserved names in the .aero registry. You can request a reserved .aero domain name, request .aero ID or modify your existing .aero ID directly through the .aero web site here: http://www.information.aero/registration/manage_your_aero_id
At the time that a registrant submits a request for a .aero domain via the pending create process, a fee of US$30 is charged. The following scenarios indicate the fee structure:
a. If the pending create request is approved by SITA and the domain is not deleted within the 5-day grace period, a fee of US$30 per domain year is charged.
b. If the pending create request is deleted within the 5-day grace period before or after SITA's approval or denial of the request, a full refund of US$30 per domain year is issued.
c. If the pending create request is deleted after the 5-day grace period after being approved by SITA, a fee of US$30 per domain year is charged.
d. If the pending create request is deleted after the 5-day grace period after being denied by SITA, a fee of US$5 is charged.
e. If the pending create request is deleted after the 5-day grace period without an approval or denial of the request by SITA, a fee of US$5 is charged.
Yes, registrars are to be allowed to transfer domain names between registrants. In order to do this, the gaining registrant must have an approved Aviation Community Membership ID (.aero ID) with the associated registrant class for the transferred domain name, which must be the same as the registrant class, associated with the .aero ID of the losing registrant. Please note that the following steps would need to be performed with the transfer:
a. Update the .aero ID record associated with the transferred domain
b. Update the Registrant contact information associated with the transferred domain.