If you are visiting one of our websites it might be that we will deposit information in form of a cookie on your computer. Cookies are small text files that will be sent to your browser by a webserver and will be saved on the hard drive of your computer.
Except the Internet Protocol address no other personal data of the user will be saved. This information will be used to recognize automatically you when you are visiting our website again and to ease the navigation for you. Cookies allow e.g. to adapt the website according to your interest or to save your password, so you do not need to type it in again.
Our website can also be viewed without using cookies of course. If you do not want us to recognize your computer again, you can avoid the saving of cookies on your hard drive by setting “do not accept cookies“ in your browser. To see how that works in detail, please see the instructions of your browser. If you do not accept cookies this might lead to a limitiation of the functions of our offers.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website puts on your computer when you visit it. The cookie stores data that your browser returns to the website during your next visit or data relating to your browsing on different pages on the website. Some cookies are essential in order to be able to successfully use a website because they enable it to remember all of the information that has already been supplied by the user; for example, the flights selected or a previous connection. Other cookies are used to store behaviour relating to browsing, booking and in order to collect analytical data about use of the website. They can also be used to show you different products in accordance with the interest that you have previously shown.
How can I prevent cookies being stored on my computer?
Preferences relating to cookies must be configured in each of the browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox o Safari). The main options for managing cookies are: activating or completely deactivating cookies; eliminating the cookies that are already stored on the browser; preventing websites from storing cookies on your computer or blocking the cookies of third parties (when, upon visiting a website, another site stores cookies on your computer).
For further information, we invite you to look up the following links about cookie management on the main internet browsers:
- Internet Explorer:http://windows.microsoft.com/es-ES/windows7/How-to-manage-cookies-in-Internet-Explorer-9
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es-ES&p=cpn_cookies
- Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/Cookies
- Safari: http://www.apple.com/es/support/l
What type of cookies are used on this site?
This site uses different types of cookies:
- Technical cookies, are strictly necessary for the functioning of the site.
- Functional cookies, are strictly necessary in order to provide the services requested by users on the site.
- Analytic cookies, allow us to know how many visitors are interested in the site and to register the type of information that Buyers look up or are interested in. This means that we can improve the service provided by ensuring that our Buyers find the information they are looking for.
- Social cookies, are necessary for social networks (Facebook, Google and Twitter) in order to manage interaction with social Widgets that feature on the site.
- Associated cookies, allow us to track visits from other websites that we have entered into an affiliation contract with.
- Behaviour and advertising cookies, collect information about your preferences and selections on the site. They are aimed at advertising networks which, in turn, use them to show personalised advertising on other websites.
Below, we provide you with a list of cookies that we use specifically. We remind you that you can use the aforementioned links in order to modify the cookies that are stored on your computer.
|Type of Cookie||Cookie Name||Purpose|
|They are used for marketing operations such as retargeting, CRM and SEM.|
|It allows us to anonymously store browsing and order details using Google Analytics. It also makes it possible to collect and analyse figures relating to the performance of the website.|