What data does Irish Flight Training Ltd collect and store?
We only collect and store data relating to the business relation with the individual person training at Irish Flight Training Ltd. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Personal details: Name, citizenship, date of birth, gender, address
- Licensing details: License number, state of issue, ratings, expiry dates, applicable medical certificates
- Training details: The contents of your training records such as assessments, skill test reports, certificates
We actively minimize the amount of data we collect, as part of our code of conduct required by the GDPR.
How long does Irish Flight Training Ltd store my data?
Only as long as the business relation is running. For some, the data retention period is longer, as required by the regulatory authorities through EU regulation 278/2011, EASA Part-FCL.
All student records shall be kept for a minimum period of five (5) years after completion of the training.
The records on the qualifications and training of instructional and examining staff shall be retained for a minimum period of five (5) years after the instructor or examiner ceases to perform a function for the training organisation.
Does Irish Flight Training Ltd share personal data?
Personal data is only shared with other entities in specific cases, and only with consent of the individual. Such entities include national Civil Aviation Authorities, or airlines when they have sponsored training.
Personal data is never shared with other entities for marketing purposes.
How can I access, rectify or erase my personal data stored by Irish Flight Training Ltd?
By contacting Irish Flight Training Ltd data controller by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Complaints are governed by procedures within Irish Flight Training Ltd GDPR framework.
The individual can always take the complaint further by contacting: -
Datatilsynet / Danish Data Protection Agency
Borgergade 28, 5
1300 Copenhagen K
How does Irish Flight Training Ltd protect my data & what rights do I have?
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ensures that your personal data is collected, stored, shared and utilized with care.