BERLARIC shall collect personal information from the User relating to him/herself, as well as to parties linked to him/her, in the context of the booking of flights and ancillary services. BERLARIC shall treat the protection of personal information as a priority in its role as ‘Data Controller as defined in French Law No. 2018-493 of 20th June 2018 promulgated on 21st June 2018 having amended French Law No. 78-17 of 6th January 1978 regarding data processing, data files and liberties, pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 regarding data protection (‘the GDPR ’), with regard to the confidentiality and security of data.
The personal information transmitted by the Users shall be collected in order to perform the Services available on the Site (names, electronic and postal contact details, bank information, information relating to Gift Cards, etc.)
Thus, Cookies permit:
(Hereafter referred to as ‘the Purposes’)
Solely the issuer of the relevant cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.
The User can always delete these cookies manually or manage their authorisations for their implementation by amending the parameters in their web browser.
BERLARIC does not use these tracking tools to transmit this information to third parties or E-commerce platforms, nor to link this data to personal data (names, addresses etc.) without the express consent of the User. Where appropriate, this consent shall be sought from the User in advance.
In order to accomplish the Purposes outlined here above, the User shall expressly consent to the data collected being transmitted to the following recipients:
The User acknowledges and expressly accepts that certain personal information collected by BERLARIC for the management of their Post and the management of the flight reservations and related tasks requires the transmission to Users of certain information, such as surnames, first names, postal, electronic and telephone contact details, aircraft names, precise location of the aircraft, with the specific exception of bank details.
Personal data may give rise to the exercise of a right to access and rectification under the conditions provided for in the GDPR, as well as by Law No. 78-17 of 6th January 1978, amended, relating to data processing, files and consumer rights. The User may obtain a copy of the data relating to him/her and, where appropriate, have it corrected and updated, or have information which is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date, removed. The User may also exercise their right to object, notably in respect of commercial or prospective marketing, and limitation of the use of their data, as well as their right to portability of the data relating to them.
The exercise of these rights shall be by sending an email to email@example.com or a letter to the Registered Head Office of BERLARIC:
7 Rue Voltaire
92300 Levallois Perret
Any question relating to the use of personal data may be addressed to BERLARIC at the above- mentioned address. For all requests for access to the data, the User is required to enclose proof of identity with their letter.
Any User can delete their Account by logging in to the Site, but they shall remain committed with respect to any outstanding transaction(s) with any other User. To delete their account, the User must connect to their Wingly profile in the Settings section (https://www.wingly.io/en/users/settings) and click on “Delete account” at the bottom of the page. It should be noted that the deletion of the account and its data is irreversible for the User who will no longer be recoverable thereafter. It should be noted that BERLARIC is likely to keep certain information concerning the User when the law requires it or when BERLARIC has a legitimate reason to do so. This is the case, for example, if BERLARIC considers that the User has committed fraud or violated its General Conditions of Use.
BERLARIC reserves the right to delete any User Account, particularly in the event of:
The User undertakes to set up one sole Account, and not to create or use any other Account(s) which they have previously created, whether in their own name or that of a third party.
Exceptions to this rule shall subject to a direct request being sent from the User, and express authorisation from BERLARIC. The setting up or use of new accounts under their own identity or that of any third party without having requested and obtained authorisation from BERLARIC could result in the immediate suspension of the User's account(s) and all associated Services.