Continental Airlines,the fourth-largest airline in the US based on revenue passenger miles just won a domain name case.
Continental Airlines,also the complainant in this case is the owner of multiple registrations of the "Continental Airlines" mark.Therefore,the company thinks that the disputed domain name,continental-airlines.com, is confusingly similar to their trademark.
Moreover it seems like the disputed domain name "resolves to a website featuring sponsored click-through links which divert Internet users to websites of Complainant’s competitors. The Panel presumes that Respondent is generating revenue from such use."
Another interesting thing in this case is that the respondent,has already been the subject of two other UDRP proceedings:Yahoo! Inc. v. Bridge Port Enters.Ltd. and Grundfos A/S v. Bridge Port Enters. Ltd.
Because the respondent failed to submit a response,and because the complainant had some good arguments ,the Panel decided the disputed domain name,continental-airlines.com,to be transferred to the complainant.