The company under the name “Motus Aviation” respects and protects the personal data of the visitor of its website, as well as of every transactor (data subject) and for this reason is committed to make its best effort to ensure that data subject’ s rights are respected and protected. This commitment is made through the establishment and implementation of the Data Protection Policy and a series of policies and procedures that constitute an integrated data protection system, in order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation.
Data Controller for the provision of air transport services and for this website https://motusaviation.gr/ is the COMPANY:
NAME:MOTUS AVIATION S.A.
Tax Office: F.A.E. ATHENS
Tel : 2103542490
ADDRESS : El. Venizelos Athens International Airport
Building 42A (2nd floor)
19019 Spata, Athens Greece
Phone: +30 210 3542490 (24/7)
- WHY DOES MOTUS AVIATION COLLECT AND PROCESS PERSONAL DATA:
In our company, the collection and processing of personal data is carried out in the context of its commercial operation, i.e. the provision of air transport services. Exceptionally, it may be deemed necessary to request personal data of special categories in order to safely carry out an emergency patient transport for health reasons. The personal data of customers may be transferred to the Air Intersalonica company or/and Airlift company, for the purpose of air transport flights.
- WHAT KIND OF DATA ARE COLLECTED BY MOTUS AVIATION COMPANY?
The data collected by MOTUS AVIATION company are necessary for the provision of air transport services and land transportation. Specifically, as far as the website of Motus Aviation is concerned:
- During the visit and navigation to it, the user’s network protocol address is automatically recorded, through which, however, identifiable data of the user’s physical identity are not These data are used solely for statistical reasons to estimate the company’s web page popularity. In addition, cookies are collected in the processing of which the data subject has consented to continue the navigation to the website.
- WHAT KIND OF PROCESSING ARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA SUBJECTED TO?
Security rules are applied to Motus Aviation, while appropriate technical and organisational measures are followed to ensure the data. Personal data are entered into the information systems and subjected to paper and electronic processing by automated and non-automated means, such as collection, registration, storage, organization, correction, adaptation, alteration, search.
- LEGAL BASIS OF PROCESSING
Motus Aviation collects and processes personal data for the above purposes and only if this is absolutely necessary to effectively service these purposes. The legal basis for the processing of personal data when visiting our website, is the legitimate interest of the controller in the effective operation of the website, in accordance with the provision of article 6 paragraph 1 case b of Regulation 2016/679.
The legal basis for the processing of company’s customers personal data, who contract for the performance of air transport services, is the contract, in accordance with the provision of article 6 paragraph 1 case b of Regulation 2016/679. If the data subject does not provide his or her personal data (PD), except in the case of an emergency medical transfer in which – due to his/her state of health – the data subject is unable to provide his/her personal data, then it may not be possible to complete the provision of the requested service.
- HOW LONG IS THE PERIOD OF PROCESSING AND HOW LONG ARE THE PERSONAL DATA STORED?
The data of the visitors of our website are collected and kept for the absolutely necessary time and then deleted.
- WHERE ARE THE DATA TRANSMITTED?
Data are transmitted to travel and air services companies, and public authorities (e.g. Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority-HCAA or equivalent services abroad). In cases of patient evacuation, in addition to the above, recipients may also be hospitals, doctors, public authorities, third-party insurance companies and intermediaries. In addition, data may also be transferred abroad to serve air and land transport and the legal basis for the transfer is the provision of Article 49 paragraph 1 approx. b’ or f GDPR.
- WHICH ARE THE DATA SUBJECT’ S RIGHTS?
The data subject may at any time exercise the rights provided by the Regulation, namely: a) the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not the personal data related to him or her are processed and, if so, it has the right of access to personal data, b) the right to require from the controller without unjustified delay to correct inaccurate personal data relating to him or her, c) the right to request from the controller to delete personal data relating to him or her, d) the right to request the limitation of data processing, e) the right to receive personal data relating to him or her, which they have provided to a controller, in a structured commonly used and machine-readable format, as well as the right to transmit these data to another controller, f) the right to oppose, at any time and for reasons related to his/her particular situation, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, g) the right not to be subject to a decision taken solely on the basis of automated processing, including the profiling, which produces legal effects concerning him/her or significantly affects it in a similar way.
- HOW ARE THE RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS EXERCISED?
All the subject’s data rights of the subject are exercised free of charge – unless the requests are repeated frequently and their handling entails administrative costs, and therefore there might be a related charge – by sending a letter to the address: Motus Aviation, El. Venizelos International Airport, Building 42A (2nd floor), 19019 Spata, Athens Greece or by e-mail to him and the address: email@example.com.
If one of the above rights is exercised, the reply to them will be given within thirty (30) days from the receipt of the related letter or e-mail, with the relevant notification of the data subject either for the satisfaction of the request or for the reasons that may prevent its satisfaction. You have the right to appeal to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority for issues concerning the processing of your personal data. For the authority’s competence and how to file a complaint, you can visit its website(www.dpa.gr > My rights > Submission of a complaint), where detailed information is available.