Classic Travel protects your privacy. In this policy, Classic Travel 556673-1724, is called: Classic Travel and is responsible for personal data while you are called the customer.
Classic Travel is responsible for all the information you provide in contact with us, which may be on the website, by telephone, email or directly at any of our presentations, seminars, fairs, open houses or similar.
You reach us as follows:
Mail: Classic Travel, Nils Bjelkegatan 6, 222 20 Lund – Sweden
Phone: +46-(0)733-32 10 92; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; webpage: www.classictravel.se
Processing of personal data
Personal data is information individually or in combination with other information can be used to identify you as a user as a physical living person. For example, be your name, e-mail address or phone number.
Our primary purpose for processing your personal information is that Classic Travel will be able to fulfill commitments to you as a customer, but we also collect information about you who are not yet a customer but want to be contacted by us.
As you choose to book a trip, accommodation or other arrangements that we represent, you consent to the transfer of the personal information we collect from you to the promoters/landlords that you are interested in.
As a personally responsible person, Classic Travel is responsible for ensuring that your personal information is processed safely and that GDPR is followed. We do not process sensitive personal data unless there is specific consent for handling these.
Internally we handle your personal information in our customer database. This system is used to deliver the services you request from us and to handle issues and customer care in connection with the performance of these services. We will always delete your information after the trip/accommodation/event has ended.
Classic Travel acts as a person responsible for the travel, accommodation, and arrangements booked through us.
Classic Travel protects your personal information through a combination of technical and organizational solutions. Access system is required for access to Classic Travels customer database that manages personal data. Classic Travel employees will follow Classic Travel’s internal information security policy.
How are cookies used?
A cookie is a small amount of data that usually has a unique stamp on it. This data is sent from a website computer to your browser and stored there, on your hard drive, so that the site can recognize your computer. All sites can send cookies to your browser if your browser settings allow. In order for this information not to be misused, websites may only read information from cookies saved by themselves and not any cookies stored on other websites. There are two types of cookies, permanent cookies, and session cookies. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer or mobile for a certain amount of time until you or the server that sent them erases them. Session cookies are stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser. You can choose not to automatically receive cookies from us in your browser’s settings.
Classic Travel uses newsletters or mailboxes to provide you with travel information about new destinations, accommodation, excursions, etc. from our current partners, changes in the world that may be relevant to you, such as changes to visas etc. We also provide information about travel stories from previous travelers who want to share their experiences. Classic Travel also invites information meetings, where representatives of foreign representatives/partners sometimes also participate.
Newsletters and mailouts are only sent to those who consented to obtain information from Classic Travel.
Transfer of information
-We do not sell any customer information to 3rd party.
Changes to the Integration Policy
Updates and changes to this integration policy are published on this page.
You are entitled to receive information about what personal data processing is being done with us.
You are entitled, once a year, through a written signed application, to request a registry extract where you can see what personal data processing we have about you.
You have the right to request redress if we have errors registered about you.
You are entitled to be deleted under these conditions:
– The information is no longer needed for the purpose they were collected.
– If the information is saved with your consent and you revoke the consent.
– If treatment is based on an interest balance and there are no legitimate reasons that weigh heavier than your interest.
– If personal data has been processed illegally.
– If you oppose treatment for direct marketing purposes.
The right to be deleted does not apply if we are required by law (eg the Accounting Act) to keep the data.
You are entitled to data portability (the right to have your personal data moved) provided that the legal basis is consent or agreement and what you may receive is personal information about you as provided or generated by your actions/activities.
You are entitled to request a limitation in the treatment, but no request is met if there is a requirement that the treatment is done for the service to work.
You are entitled to object to a personal data processing and Classic Travel will then discontinue the processing while investigating the matter.
You are entitled to make complaints to the Data Inspectorate about treatments performed by us.
Keep in mind that Classic Travel deletes your information as soon as your trip, your accommodation, the event is completed.
Everything for your safety.