SkyWest Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. respects the right of the Users of its services to privacy and guarantees them it will make available information that concerns them. We put forward our best effort to keep your information private, and to process the personal data of our Users according to the provisions of the Polish law and EU law in force, in particular GDPR (RODO)—General Data Protection Regulation of the European Parliament and the EU Council, no 2016/679 of the 27th of April 2016 in regard to the protection of natural persons as far as the processing of personal data is concerned and with regard to the free movement of such data, revoking Directive 95/46/WE (general ordinance on data protection).
The data administrator is SkyWest Sp. z o.o. Sp. k., with its headquarters in Warsaw, entered into the register of entrepreneurs by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, based in Warsaw, XII Economical Department of the State Court Register, KRS: 0000559765, NIP: 527 273 73 55, REGON: 361599508.
It is the Administrator, the contractor of the Internet Service, who sets the purpose and use of data for processing, which determines how your data will be used.
For all matters concerning personal data processing, as well as fulfilling rights related to data processing, please contact by e-mail: email@example.com; or by post to address: 51 Prosta Street, 00-838 Warsaw.
In our Internet Service, we collect the following personal data:
Data we process in relation to our service include: name (names), surname, e-mail address, phone number, address, headquarters, and current position in your company.
During your activity on our Internet Service, the following data are collected: visited pages, duration of visit, clicks, browsing history, information about the end device and the browser, including its localisation—IP address, browser type.
Personal data are processed to:
We do our best to provide our services in a way that protects this information from accidental or purposeful destruction or loss:
Your data will be stored/processed as long as there exists a basis for their processing, which is:
According to RODO regulations, every person is granted the following rights in regard to the processing of personal data:
Personal data may be made accessible to a minimal extent, indispensable for the accomplishment of the service and legal requirements, to subjects processing personal data on behalf of the Administrator, among which are: information-services providers, marketing agencies, carriers, and other subjects and contractors carrying out services for the Administrator according to concluded contracts. We ensure that such subjects process personal data based on a separate agreement with the Administrator, keeping intact the preservation of confidentiality and data security.
Your data may also be made accessible to subjects allowed to obtain them resulting from legal force, such as investigatory authorities or agencies that collect past-due payments, within the range authorised by law.
Data will not be transferred to a third country outside the European Economic Area (EEA).