Finnair is the first airline in Europe and one of only two global carriers (South African Airways) to be certified as a Stage 2 operator in IATA Environmental Assessment (IEnvA) program, an environmental management system designed to independently assess and improve an airline’s environmental management.
Finnair Cargo Oy
Rahtitie 1, 01530 Vantaa
Telephone: +358 (0)50 4940182
The register is used to communicate offers and product information of Finnair Cargo and its partners. The communication is done by email newsletters. The newsletter does not obligate the subscriber to any actions.
Registered information shall be used for creating subscriber profiles. Finnair Cargo has the right to cancel a newsletter subscription by removing the subscriber's email address and the profile markings directed to it, provided that the email address is no longer valid, or the email box has not been opened for the past 6 months.
When entering into a subscription, the subscriber's email address, first name, surname, title, company and country will be recorded in the register.
Additional information that may be collected, such as street address, postcode, town and phone number will be stored in the register if the subscriber fills in the subsequent fields.
The newsletter subscription may be cancelled at any point. A cancellation is done by using the link provided at the end of each newsletter.
Information shall be collected from the subscriber only as he/she selects options or newsletters available via the service, or otherwise participates in an activity, which requires information, and which has been implemented via the newsletter.
Information may be transferred to parties belonging to the same group of companies as the register owner, as permitted by law. Servers and other technical auxiliary devices used for data processing may be owned and controlled by the third party service provider providing services to the register owner. The register owner may acquire services needed for the use of such devices from an outside service provider.
Data may be transferred outside of the European Union and the European Economic Area, should that be necessary in order to technically implement the service requested by the user, or in cases where it is otherwise necessary based on § 23, Sections 2-5 of the Personal Data Act.
The subscriber has the right to know what information about him/her has been recorded in Finnair Cargo's newsletter subscriber register.
The data can be inspected once in a calendar year, with no charge. The request for data inspection must be submitted in writing to the person in charge of register-related matters, whose name appears at the end of this register document. The request must include the email address given by the subscriber at the time of registration. The person submitting the request must sign it by hand. Data to be transferred as a result of an inspection request shall be transmitted via email to the email address given in the request.
In case there is an error in the data concerning the subscriber, he/she has the right to have the error corrected. The request to correct the error should be submitted to the following address: Finnair SRD/92, 01053 Finnair.
Those documents that contain personal data, which are processed manually, are properly destroyed after processing.
Only certain employees of Finnair Cargo, or employees assigned by or acting on behalf of Finnair Cargo, shall have the right to use the Finnair Cargo newsletter subscriber register.
In protecting the electronic register, the following principles are followed: (i) The use of the register is guided, (ii) the data contained in the register can be accessed only by persons designated to do so in advance, in connection with their work assignments, (iii) the data is collected in electronic databases protected by real-time technical methods, (iv) the servers are located in locked rooms accessible only to persons with permission to enter, and (v) a written agreement exists between Finnair Cargo and any outside service providers, where the confidentiality of data processing and protections fulfilling the criteria defined above in this item are a pre-condition.