Domain registration flights
Why choose .FLIGHTS?
Fly to the perfect new destination for your website: The .flights top-level domain was created for the air travel industry. Airline tickets account for a significant portion of e-commerce sales each year, and travelers now use smartphones to do everything from booking a flight to presenting a boarding pass.
Is the .FLIGHTS domain extension right for me?
.flights is a great addition to the online airline business. Register your new .flights domain name through TutHost.The domain flights supports Latin characters
Registration and renewal of flights domain costs 54.00 for 1 year and the domain can be registered for not more than 5 year.
The minimum number of characters in the domain is 3, and the maximum is 63.
Domain Characteristics flights
|Name of domain zone||flights|
|Domain country||International domain|
|Maximum registration period||5 years|
|Minimum domain length||3 symbol|
|Maximum domain length||63 symbol|
|Domain zone rules||http://www.donuts.domains/|
|The price of restoration||$|
|Domain transfer costs||54.00|
Register a domain in the zone flights
How to choose and register a domain flights
Domain registration procedure flights
The whole process of registering a flights domain boils down to the following simple steps :
- Think of a domain name and check if it is free in the zone flights. If the domain is free, go ahead and register .
- Fill in the registrant contact for the domain flights. The registrant is the person or organization that owns the domain
- Specify the nameservers to which the domain flights is directed. You can ask your hoster, if you place the site with us or have not yet decided where to place the site – specify our nemservers: ns1.tuthost.com, ns2.tuthost.com, ns3.tuthost.com, ns4.tuthost.com (one in line) .
- You can pay for the domain by any of more than 10 available payment methods. After payment, the domain flights will automatically be registered. If you have already hosted your site, it will be available as soon as the DNS is updated by your ISP (usually about an hour).