The Controller. The Controller of Your personal data is ‘Polish Airports’ (“Porty lotnicze”) State Enterprise with its registered seat in Warsaw (00-906), at ul. Żwirki i Wigury 1, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number: +48 (22) 650 11 11, www.polish-airports.com (hereinafter or „we”).
Data Protection Officer. The contact details of our DPO are: e mail: IODO@ppl.pl, phone number: +48 (22) 650 30 47.
Legal basis and the purpose. Your personal data (i) provided within the contact form in the tab „Contact” will be processed for the purpose of handling correspondence or answer any questions received from you, dealing with all matters with which you contacted us, or for the purpose of possible o determination, pursuit of claims or defence against claims (on the basis of our legitimate legal interest according to article 6.1.f of the GDPR); (ii) provided within the contact form used for the Newsletter subscription for the purpose of providing the Newsletter service to you, on the basis of your consent (according to article 6.1.a of the GDPR).
Data Recipients: We can transfer your personal data to our subcontractors such as legal advisors, IT subcontractors or external auditors.
Data storage period: In general Your personal data will be stored for a period of 6 years from the moment it is obtained. Data processed in order to pursue claims (e.g. in court proceedings) will be stored for the period of limitation of claims, resulting from the provisions of the Civil Code.
Your Rights. You have the right to access your data, the right to rectify it, delete it, limit processing, request data transfer and object to data processing. In case of Newsletter, you may withdraw your consent anytime. You can exercise the above rights by contacting our Data Protection Officer, by sending a letter to the address of our registered office or by using one of the above-mentioned forms of contact, i.e. e-mail address, telephone number, correspondence address. If it is found that the processing of personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection in Poland (PUODO).
Freedom / obligation to provide data. Providing personal data is required for the purpose of correspondence in accordance with the selected topic of the case or to subscribe for the Newsletter. Failure to provide personal data required by PPL will result in the inability to handle correspondence and settle the matter.