Use of Customer Information
Your information is collected when you request information from us, contact us or make a booking with us. We will update your information whenever we get the opportunity to keep it current, accurate and complete.
Any information obtained via this website or any other website controlled by Guy Tominaga t/a Project Travel will be used by us to identify you as a customer, to process your booking, to verify credit or other charge card details and to deliver relevant information to you in connection with your travel and any other ancillary services which you may wish to avail of. For these purposes, we may transit your personal information to our own offices, authorised agents, other carriers and services providers, credit and charge card companies and data processing companies working on our behalf. Airlines are required by laws introduced in the United States and other countries to give border control agencies access to passenger data. Accordingly, any information we hold about you and your travel arrangements may be disclosed to the customs and immigration authorities of any country in your itinerary. Your personal information and any records relating to your travel will also be retained for audit functions. We ask for your telephone number so that we can contact your urgently if there is a problem with your reservation.
Some of your information may be considered sensitive personal data under the EU Data Protection Directive, for example information relating to health. Should this arise, we will require you to consent to the use of such information. We will endeavour to draw your attention to this if it applies, when you first supply us with your information.
Direct Marketing Material
We only use your personal information for the proposal of or fulfilment of a booking. We may very occasionally send you information or an email to alert you to a special offer you have previously expressed an interest in. If you do not want to receive any marketing material from us, you may indicate this us when making your booking. If you change your mind you should inform us in writing.
Use of ‘Cookies’ and Links to Other Websites
Our website may contain links to other websites not controlled by us. These sites may send you cookies and collect data and personal information. We are not responsible for the actions, content or the privacy policies of those websites to which our website may link.
Confidentiality and Security of Personal Information
You may make contact with us via the Project Travel website, however we do not take bookings via the site. Our website offers the use of secure software that encrypts all information you input before it is sent to us. The use of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Technology means that all personal information will be encrypted as it travels from your computer to the Project Travel computer. When received, the information is decrypted. If your browser supports SSL, and if you entered our site via our secure server access, then transmission of any sensitive data would be protected.
If your browser does not support SSL we recommend that you upgrade to the latest version of any browser to enhance the security of further transactions, otherwise transmission of your personal data may not be protected and Project Travel disclaims any responsibility in this regard. We have taken all reasonable steps to have in place appropriate security measures to protect your information.
Making Corrections and Contacting Us
If you need to alter your details for any reason you may do so by either contacting us at email@example.com or by writing to Project Travel at 65 Roebuck Castle, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14.
You may withdraw your consent to the use of your personal information for any purposes, other than the fulfillment of a booking, by sending an e-mail to to firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to us at the address above.
How Google uses data when you use this site
Many websites use Google technologies to improve their content and keep it free. When you visit a website that uses Google advertising products (like AdSense), social products (like the +1 button) or analytics tools (Google Analytics), your web browser automatically sends certain information to Google. This includes, for example, the web address of the page that you’re visiting and your IP address. They may also set cookies on your browser, or read cookies that are already there. Similarly, apps that partner with Google can send Google information such as the name of the app and an identifier that helps Google to determine which ads we’ve served to other apps on your device.
How Google use the information sent by your browser
When you visit websites or use apps that use Google technologies, Google may use the information they receive from those websites and apps to, for example:
- Make ads more effective
- Provide reports of ads activity to advertisers and websites hosting the ads, and to ensure payment to those website publishers
- Help website and app owners using Google Analytics to understand how visitors engage with their sites or apps
- Improve your Google+ experience
- Detect and defend against fraud and other security risks to protect users and partners
- Meet their legal duties
- Improve their products
How you can control the information sent to Google
For tips and advice on staying safe and managing your data online, visit the Google Safety Center. Here are some of the ways you can control the information that is shared by your web browser when you visit or interact with Google services on partners’ sites across the web:
- Ads Settings helps you control the ads by Google that you see across the web. You can learn how ads are selected for you, opt out of certain categories and block specific advertisers. Learn more about advertising.
- Many sites across the web use Google Analytics to understand how visitors engage with their sites or apps. If you don’t want Analytics to be used in your browser, you can install the Google Analytics browser add-on. Learn more about Google Analytics and privacy.
- Google makes it easy for you to make recommendations for your friends – for example, by clicking the +1 button on content you like. Some of your +1s may show your name and Google+ profile photo in ads, but you can opt out if you don’t want to appear in ads. You can also visit the +1 tab on your Google+ profile to review and manage all of your +1’s. Learn more about how to get to your +1 tab.
- Incognito mode in Chrome allows you to browse the web without recording webpages and files in your browser history. Cookies are deleted after you’ve closed all of your incognito windows and tabs, and your bookmarks and settings are stored until you delete them. Learn more about cookies.
Page updated: 25 May 2018