- Information, Collection and Usage: The Airport sometimes requires passengers and other customers to provide contact information such as a name, address, phone number and email address. The Airport uses the collected information to contact passengers and other customers to further discuss the Airport’s services and to provide notifications of promotions and upcoming events. The Airport’s passengers and other customers participating in Airport promotions will automatically be subscribed to the Airport’s email notification service. All customers and visitors have the opportunity to opt out from receiving notifications and other email communications, such as newsletters and alerts. Customer and visitor information will not be shared or distributed.
- Online Surveys: The Airport values your opinions and comments. As a result, the Airport may conduct online surveys. Participation in these surveys is entirely optional. The information is usually aggregated and used to make improvements to the website or to develop promotions for visitors. Survey participants are anonymous unless otherwise stated in the survey.
- Marketing Campaigns: The Airport occasionally initiates specific campaigns to present the traveling public information or elicits support for an initiative of the Airport or its partners. As a part of any such campaign the Airport might provide viewers of the Airport’s website the option to provide some information. The information is intended to be used in an aggregate format to determine customer demand and interest, and in some cases the viewer (or participant) might be contacted by the Airport. Examples of information that might be requested by the Airport are name and contact information, including address and/or email and on-line survey input.
- Career Information: As the Airport interacts with individuals requesting information on career opportunities (refer to other applicable sections within the Airport’s website), the Airport will possibly be the recipient of resumes and job application data via email. Such information typically includes a name, address, telephone number, email address and other personally identifying information.
- Logging of Session Data: Some computer systems automatically log generic information about a computer’s connection to the internet (“Session Data”). It should be noted that Session Data is anonymous and not linked to any personal information. Session Data consists of things such as software being used and the activities conducted by the user while on a particular website.
- Cookies: The Airport does not gather or store personal information about the traveling public in the form of “Cookies”. “Cookies” are small pieces of information that are stored by a browser on a computer’s hard-drive. While most web browsers automatically accept Cookies, you should note that changing the options on a web browser or using certain software programs is some measure of control over how or whether Cookies will be accepted by a web browser. The Airport supports the right to block any unwanted Internet activity. The Airport adds to user cautions the caveat that blocking Cookies might have the effect of disabling certain features of the Airport’s website, thereby impacting the overall breadth of available Airport-related services.