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1. Information on our use of cookies "Cookies"

Our website uses cookies to differentiate you from other users of our website. This helps us provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve our site.

As a result of recent changes to the law, all websites operating across certain areas of the EU require consent to use or store cookies (or similar technologies) on computers or mobile phones. This cookie policy (referred to as "Policy") provides you with clear and objective information about the cookies we use and the purposes in which those cookies are used.

Please note that this policy does not govern the collection and use of information collected through any other sites of the Etihad Group members.

We continue to review this Policy on a regular basis and may be updated from time to time. Please see the policy periodically to see the changes. Your continued use of our site after you have received notification of policy changes means your approval.

For more information on this policy, please contact us .

You can get a list of cookie items used by our full website here .

2. Your consent

By continuing to use our website, you agree that we will place cookies on your personal computer to analyze how you use our website. Please read this cookie policy carefully to learn more about the information we collect when you use our site.

3. What are cookies?

A "cookie" is a small file of letters and numbers that is placed on your browser or hard drive on your PC. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive.

4. Key concepts

Cookie elements for the first and third parties The cookie refers to a first or third party to the area in which the cookie is placed.

Cookie elements for the first party: those that are prepared by a website that the user visits at the same time.

The third-party cookie elements are cookies created by a domain other than the domain of the user's website. If a user visits a website and a third party places a cookie through that website, that is a cookie for a third party.

Continuous cookie elements: These cookie elements remain on the user's machine for a specified period of time in the cookie. It is activated every time a user visits the website that created that particular cookie.

Cookie elements Browser session: These cookies allow website operators to link to a user's behavior during a browser session. The browser session begins when a user opens the browser window and ends when the browser window closes. Session elements are created temporarily. Once you've closed your browser, all session cookie items are deleted.

5. How do you delete or block a cookie?

You can block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to reject all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including the necessary cookies), you may not be able to access our site in whole or in part.

If you do not configure your browser to deny cookies, our system will issue cookie items once you visit our site. Stopping the acceptance or deletion of cookie elements will not prevent identification of the device and subsequent collection of data.

6. How to disable cookies?

Web browsers allow you to change cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the "options" or "preferences" list of your Internet browser.

In order to understand these settings, you can use the following links. Otherwise, you should use the "Help" option in your web browser for more details.

         Cookie settings in Internet Explorer, here , or here

         Cookie settings in Firefox, here

         Cookie settings in Chrome browser here

         Cookie settings in Safari browser here


7. Can I withdraw my consent?

Once we have your consent to use cookies, we will store cookies on your PC or your computer to remember it next time.

This will expire regularly. If you wish to withdraw your consent at any time, you will need to delete your cookies using your web browser settings.

Learn more about deleting or disabling cookie items .


8. What personal information does the cookie collect?

In general, the cookie contains a text string that contains information about the browser. To work, the cookie does not need to know where you are from, but only needs to remember the browser you're using.

Some of the cookies we use may store more personal information about you. However, this can only happen if you provide personal information to us on our website.


9. What are the cookies that we use and why?

The cookies used on our website are classified as follows:

  • Absolutely necessary
  • Functional

" Absolutely necessary " Cookie elements are "absolutely necessary" to help you navigate around the website and use the necessary features such as secured areas and shopping baskets. Without these cookies, the services you requested can not be provided. Please note that these cookies do not collect any information about you that can be used to market or remember where you are on the Internet. We use these strictly cookie elements to do the following:

  • Remember information you entered when you went to different pages during your browser session;
  • Remember the goods and services you requested when you entered the payment and checkout page;
  • Identify yourself when you log on to our website;
  • Make sure that you are connected to the correct service on our website when we make any changes to the way the website works;
  • Direct users to specific applications for a particular server or server.

Accepting cookies is a condition of the use of the website. Therefore, if you block cookies, we can not guarantee that you will use our website or how to perform security on our website during your visit.

10. More information about cookies

Adobe Analytics "Adobe Analytics "

This website uses Adobe Analytics and Cookie Services for on-site customization services, an online analytics service provided by Adobe, to measure your use of this website. You can find out more about these cookie elements by clicking here . 

Other useful information about  cookies .


Behavioral advertising

A guide to behavioral advertising and privacy on the Internet has been produced by the online advertising industry and can be found at: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu

And: www.aboutads.info .


Pixel and Pixel Tracking Viewers
Our web pages and e-mail may contain small electronic files known as pixels or web beacons (also known as pixel tags, pixel tracking, Java tags, and clear GIF images)

  • Customizing online services;        
  • Collect statistics through our website and e-mail; for example, calculate the number of users who visit the page or open e-mail;
  • Check system and server integrity.

The pixel may collect personal information about you.


Spanish Data Protection Commission (AEDP)  
Information on the Spanish Commission for Data Protection on the use of cookies can be found on the UNHCR website .


The World Trade Council of the United Kingdom
Information on the Cookie Guide for the World Trade Council (UK) is available on their website .