Privacy Policy

Notes on Data Protection and Privacy Policy

Personal data

You are free to visit and use the   website anonymously – i.e. without presenting any of your personal details.

If you submit any queries or any request for information, or if you wish to use the password-protected area, we require your details which we will process within our inventory control system. In the process we will be adhering to the stipulations and guidelines of the German Data Protection Act (BDSG). We use personal data for maintaining customer relationships and for occasional advertising approaches.

We do not undertake any creditworthiness checks.

Where within our Internet offer the possibility exists for the user to enter personal or business details (e-mail addresses, names, addresses), these details are released by the user expressly on a voluntary basis.

This website uses Google Analytics, a web-analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses what are termed “cookies”, text files which are stored on your computer and which make it possible to analyse the use you have made of the website. The details of how you have used this website as generated by the cookie (including your IP address) are passed on to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Google will use this information to analyse your use of the website in order to compile reports on website activities for the website operator and to provide other services associated with website and Internet usage. Google may also pass this information on to third parties, to the extent that this is stipulated by law or to allow third parties to process the data on behalf of Google. Under no circumstances will Google associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You can prevent cookies being installed by setting your browser software parameters to exclude them; however we would point out that in this case you may not be able to make full use of all of the functions offered by this website. By using this website you are declaring your consent to the data generated by Google in respect of yourself being processed in the manner described above, and for the purposes indicated above.

Right of information

In response to your written request, we will be pleased to inform you of whether any of your personal details are held in our system, and if so which. If these details should be incorrect, then we will amend them immediately at your request. If you are registered on our website you can update your user details as they appear in your account by yourself.

Public procedure register

In § 4g of the German Data Protection Act it is stipulated that the Data Protection Officer must provide the following details for anyone, in an appropriate manner:

1. Name of responsible office: Aviation One

2. Managing Director: Grégory Jolun

3. Head of Data Processing: Grégory Jolun

4. Address of responsible office: Hallerstrasse 9, D- 30161 Hanover, Germany

5. Reason for which the data has been collected, processed or used:

The purpose of the company is to match suppliers with potential customers in the aviation market by means of an Internet-based Trade Fair for Aircrafts, Aircraft Interiors, Airports, Ground Handling, GSE, MRO, FBO, CFK. The collection, processing and use of data is undertaken for the fulfilment of the above-mentioned purposes.

6. Description of the affected group of persons and relevant data or data categories:

For the most part, personal data will be collected, processed and used for the following groups, to the extent that these represent natural persons and the data is required for the fulfilment of the purposes stated under Point 4:

Customers, suppliers (basically: details of company, name and address, identification and details of credit rating, contractual details and the data required for the conclusion of contracts, sales, payments and performance data, taxation data and any other data necessary to ensure proper and professional advice and execution)
Employees, trainees, persons on practical placements, applicants, former employees, retired staff/pensioners/retirees, persons entitled to support and family members (basically application details such as details of professional career, education/training and qualifications, any previous criminal convictions; contractual/master data and accounting data including details of wages and salary accounts, income tax and social security; details of private and business addresses, area of activity, transaction and performance data; name and age of family members where relevant for social security benefits; banking details, assets entrusted to the employee; contact details; employee status; qualifications; employee assessments; professional career; emergency contact details such as notification by the employee of the selected persons to be contacted in an emergency, for the purposes of personnel management and control, communication and the execution and control of transactions)
Representatives (basically for administration and controls, communication and the execution and control of transactions, banking relationships, accounting and performance data, details of names, addresses, contract and taxation data)
Tenants and lessees (basically address and contract details)
Contact persons for the above-mentioned groups, even where these are legal entities (e.g. contact details such as address, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address, and details of services provided)

7. Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data may be released:

Public offices in receipt of data on the basis of legal regulations (e.g. social security schemes, financial authorities)
Internal offices involved in the execution of the relevant business processes (personnel section, bookkeeping, accounts, production, purchasing, marketing, sales and distribution, order processing, controlling, planning, service, export department, product management, telecommunications and EDP).
External contractors (service companies) as defined in § 11 of the German Data Security Act (BDSG), engaged to process data on our behalf.
Other external bodies, such as credit institutions (wages payments, suppliers’ accounts) or other external bodies for the fulfilment of the purposes indicated under Point 4, where the affected party has provided consent, this is required for fulfilment of the contract or transmission of the data is permitted in some other overriding interest.

8. Set period for the deletion of data:

The legislature has stipulated a wide range of obligations and set periods in respect of data retention. Basically these require that data be retained for a period of 10 years, however in some cases for a shorter period. In addition, discrepancies may arise due to retention periods as stipulated in articles of association or contracts. On expiry of these set periods, the corresponding data is routinely deleted if it is no longer necessary for the purposes of fulfilling a contract (e.g. works and service contracts). Where data is not so affected, it is deleted once its specified purpose no longer applies.

9. Planned transmission of data to third-party states:

Any transmission of data to countries outside the European Union or the EEC shall take place only in exceptional cases, as is necessary for communication with the contractual partner, on behalf of this partner or for the purposes of fulfilling a contract.

10. Security

If you should have any further questions on the subject of security, please contact our Data Protection Officer: