The rules surrounding how a company or any organisation should handle your data are very strict
and are governed by the Data Protection Act 1998.
usually placed in the footer of the website page.
This is very important information, especially if you are concerned about what will be done with
the data that you provide. Airlines will also state in their terms and conditions how your
information will be used.
The information that you provide when you book your flight(s) will be shared with third parties,
such as a governmental agency, but this will only be to provide you with the services attached to
When you provide the airline with your details, you should see a tick box (or something
equivalent) that should ask you whether you would like to receive any third party marketing. Do
read this carefully so that you are aware of what you are agreeing to. There will normally be a
link to the airline’s terms and conditions. Do read these before you sign up to anything.
What you should look out for:
For further information about how your personal data is handled, and what you can do about it,
see the Information Commissioner's Office website.
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