Cookie Policy

Cookies

A "cookie" is a small software file stored temporarily (session cookie) or placed on your computer's hard drive (persistent cookie). The main purpose of a cookie is to allow a web server to identify a user's computer and web browser, and tailor web pages and/or login information to the user's preferences.

The correct operation of Ink Cloud and related products and services depend on Cookies being enabled on every application page. Ink Aviation does not use any third party marketing providers within its application platform that depend on access to these Cookies. Ink Aviation will never grant access to cookies issued for our internal use to any third parties for any reason.

Cookies created by our customer airlines and airports are outside the scope of this Policy and come under the policies of the respective airlines and airports.

Cookies do not give us access to users' computers, and the information we collect through cookies does not include personal information. When You visit the Site or use the Service We use "session cookies" to allow us to uniquely identify your browser while You are logged in. We also use "persistent cookies" that only We can read and use, to identify You as a Ink Aviation customer and make it possible for You to log into and use the Service.

Essential cookies: Some of the cookies We use are critical to the functionality of our Site. They are used to keep a user logged into the Site and remember relevant information when the user returns to the Site and uses the Service.

Ink Aviation sets expiry times for the duration of our cookies. However, middleware providers who administer the hardware on which some of our systems run have more direct control of the management of browser files than we do.

If You want to learn more about cookies, or how to control or delete them, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org for detailed guidance. If You disable Your web browser's ability to accept cookies, it will have an adverse effect on the operation of the application, may cause the failure of certain critical functions and affect the data being used in that process.