Data Controller: Marathon Airlines SA, 14 Lontou St., 16675 Glyfada, Attica Greece
Tel: +2109607400– int 1656
This Notice is related to conditions arising and prevailing, during the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
Such personal data processed shall be limited to what is duly proportionate and necessary, under applicable laws and regulations, and the latest requirements and guidance issued by relevant Governments, Agencies, International Organisations and Public Authorities, including without limitation World Health Organisation (WHO).
Please check out our COVID-19 page for more updates.
Marathon Airlines may:
4. Legal basis for the present data processing.The GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018 (the “UK DPA 18”) require specific conditions to be met to ensure that the processing of personal data is lawful. The relevant GDPR conditions are:
Storing of said Data shall take place only to the extend that it is necessary and pursuant to the relevant existing legislation and stipulations, and at any rate, for the duration of the Covid19 Emergency. Following that, said data shall be expunged from our systems in a safe and irretrievable manner, or shall be anonymized and rendered untraceable for use only in statistical or marketing analysis.
6. Data subject rightsThe GDPR and UK DPA 18 gives individuals eight data subject rights, which are explained for you below:
Please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any relevant exercise of rights.
Identity verification shall take place, prior to any data request processing.
In these extremely difficult times for the aviation industry, EASA is putting into place the measures required to ensure that operations can continue in as normal a manner as possible while still remaining safe. We know there are a huge number of urgent issues that need to be tackled – related to the hygienic safety of aircraft, application of existing rules around licensing and training, maintenance issues and many, many more. We are working to steer you through this crisis and address the needs of our stakeholders so as to ensure that aviation can remain operational and safe for everyone involved: pilots, crews, passengers and everyone else who makes this great industry function. To this end, we are in constant contact with the national aviation authorities in Europe and our other stakeholders and working as fast as we can to put the needed measures in place.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proactively taking steps to help address the widespread economic and health effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the aviation industry. The FAA continues to evaluate a large number of requests from across all aviation industry sectors to help address COVID-19-related effects.
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