ATPI Privacy Statement

For what purposes does ATPI process your personal details?

ATPI processes the personal details provided by the (client/traveller) concerned when implementing the agreement. This includes passing on details to parties who are obviously involved in the implementation of the agreement (for example: the airline company, accommodation provider, tour operator, insurance company or the first point of contact indicated by ATPI on implementation of the agreement). Under the Data Protection Act, processing is understood to mean any act involving personal details, including collecting, recording, storing and providing data through transmission.

Furthermore, personal details including name, address, place of residence, e-mail address and telephone number are passed on to parties who are not involved in the implementation of the agreement but are involved in some way (directly or indirectly) that is recognisable for the party involved when ATPI makes the offer. For example, the company with which ATPI collaborates when offering the relevant product and/or the relevant service or the company that uses the website where a link is included to ATPI’s site, through which link the party involved has ended up on ATPI’s site and an agreement has been entered into thereupon with ATPI. The legal basis for this processing is that this is necessary for looking after ATPI’s legitimate interest, i.e. the substantiated, and for these parties verifiable, ability to take into account and be accountable for the collaboration.  ATPI will not, however, pass on to these parties specific personal details, such as those relating to health.

 If information is requested, ATPI will process the name and address provided (including the e-mail address) before forwarding the information requested.

ATPI, as well as the party appointed by ATPI as the first point of contact when implementing the agreement and whose services ATPI recognisably uses for the party involved when making the offer, are entitled to use the name and address provided (including the e-mail address) for future mailings.

If applicable, the data will be processed in order to fulfil a legal obligation. ATPI (including those whose services ATPI uses when implementing the agreement) and/or the actual service provider (for example the airline company) are increasingly obliged to share (beforehand) the personal and travel details of travellers with the various authorities across the world, particularly the customs and immigration services. This is the case, for instance, if a trip is booked with a stopover or final destination in the USA or Canada. These data have to be passed on to implement the agreement and are done so mainly in the interests of security.

 Finally, ATPI may process the data for historical and statistical purposes.

The processing method

ATPI will handle personal details with care.

ATPI will protect the processing of the data appropriately, irrespective of the sensitivity of the data.

Security

Our on-line booking engine is secured using Verisign Encryption software. This means that data from and to your computer are transmitted encrypted. Only the fields in which you enter your private details, credit card details etc. are protected.

Protection is not necessary for flight availability, in fact these data are now also freely accessible via other media.
You can check protection by clicking once with the right mouse button on the relevant page.
In Mozilla Firefox: choose 'view page info'. You’ll find the information on security here.
In MS Internet Explorer: choose 'properties' and then 'certificate'.

Using the site (cookies)

ATPI’s website can be consulted anonymously. No data are collected during consultation that reveal anything about the identity of the person visiting the site. Statistical data that are important for improving the site are, however, collected. Personal details are only processed if information is requested via the site or ATPI products/services are purchased. When visiting (parts of) the site, a cookie needs to be placed on the visitor’s computer for the technical operation of certain functions. The cookie, however, contains only technical data and no personal details are collected.

Clicking through to other sites.

The ATPI site allows you to click through to websites of third parties. ATPI is not liable for the content of the sites (including the rules regarding privacy used by those third parties).   It is recommended that you read the policy of these non-ATPI sites regarding the processing and protection of personal data to see where the terms and conditions may differ from those of ATPI’s policy.

Inspection by the party involved into the way in which their personal details are processed

ATP will inform the party involved at their request of the way in which the data are processed. The party involved should ask ATP for an information request form or click on the link below. The party involved should send a copy of their passport together with the form, completed and signed, to the address given on the form.

Correction of processed personal details

The party involved can ask for the processed personal details to be corrected. In order to do this, the party involved should ask ATP for a correction form or click on the link below. The party involved should send a copy of their passport together with the form, completed and signed, to the address given on the form.

Raising an objection to the processing of personal details in order to look after ATPI’s legitimate interests or those of a third party to whom the data are provided

If data need to be processed in order to look after ATPI’s legitimate interests or those of a third party to whom the data are provided, ATPI is therefore allowed to process the personal data, unless the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the party involved, in particular the right to protection of personal privacy, prevail.  The party involved can lodge an objection to the processing of these data on the grounds of special personal circumstances. In order to do this, the party involved should ask ATPI for a termination request form or click on the link below. The party involved should send a copy of their passport together with the form, completed and signed, to the address given on the form. ATPI will assess whether the objection is justified within four weeks of receiving the objection. If the objection is justified, ATPI will cease processing immediately.

Lodging an objection to processing for mailing purposes

ATPI, as well as the party appointed by ATPI as the first point of contact when implementing the agreement and whose services ATPI recognisably uses for the party involved when making the offer, are entitled to use the name and address provided (including the e-mail address) for future mailings.  The party involved then has the opportunity at any time to put a stop to further mailings (“opt-out”). In order to do this, the party involved should ask ATPI for a termination request form or click on the link below. The party involved should send a copy of their passport together with the form, completed and signed, to the address given on the form. Personal details for mailing purposes will be processed immediately after receipt of the termination request form. If the party involved receives the mailing by e-mail, the recipient is usually given the opportunity in the mailing to unsubscribe by e-mail from receiving further mailings.