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What are cookies

A "cookie" is a small data file transferred by a website to your computer's hard drive. IATA sends cookies when you use our website, make purchases, request or personalize information, or register for some services. Accepting cookies used on this website does not provide IATA access to your personal information, but cookies may identify your computer so that, for example, IATA can determine how many visitors come to the website.

Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but settings can be adjusted as per your preferences. If certain cookies are disabled, some features of this website may not available or function properly.

What do these cookies do?

This website uses cookies set by IATA as well as third party cookies, set by another company to perform certain functions. Below is the list of cookies used on this website:

  • Strictly necessary cookies: these enable visitors to navigate the website and use essential features, such as secure pages, shopping carts and billing functions. These do not collect any information about users and do not require users' consent.
    On this website, these are:
    - GDPR consent: to inform you about your privacy options
    -  Application Request Routing Affinity: for load balancing
    -  Cloudflare: to increase security and performance

  • Performance cookies: these collect information about how visitors use our website (e.g. most visited pages or whether error messages are generated). They do not identify users personally, and generally improve the functioning of the website.
    On this website, these are:
    - Google Analytics
    - Microsoft Application Insights
  • Functionality/social media cookies: these enable the website to remember user choices (such as region or language) and provide personal features (e.g. providing comments or linking to a social media site). They do not identify visitors personally and are meant to enhance user experience and functionality.
    On this website, these are:
    - Flickr
    - Facebook
    - Twitter
    - LinkedIn
    - YouTube
  • Advertising cookies: these enable IATA to determine how many times each advertisement on the website is viewed by website users. They can also prevent the same advert from being shown to a visitor more than once. They do not identify website users personally and are meant to enhance and personalize user experience.
    On this website, these are:
    - Google ADSense
    - Doubleclick
    - Adroll
    - Facebook

How to change cookie settings?

Some cookies can be disabled through your browser settings. However, no browser has a setting to disable all cookies. For more information, please check the "Help" section of your browser. Some websites, such as www.allaboutcookies.org can also provide helpful information.

Before changing your browser's cookie settings, you must understand that disabling some cookies may cause this website to function improperly and may prevent you from taking full advantage of its features.

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