Data Protection Declaration

www.airpark.one (hereafter ’website’) is a website of AirParkOne Valet Parking Limited, The Courtyard, Carmanhall Road, Sandyford, D18 NW62, Ireland and its subsidiaries (collectively hereafter ‘APO’). APO is committed to the protection of the personal data afforded to users of the website in compliance with the provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act (Bestimmungen des Bundesdatenschutzgesetzes - BDSG - in the current version) and the Telemedia Law (Telemediengesetzes - TMG - in the current version).


Use of the website does not normally require details of customer related data. Should a user of the website open an account requiring the profile of the service provider then personal data is collected. The collection of personal data on the website by APO is at the discretion of the user.

The type and extent of the data collection is explained to the user of the website as follows.

  1. Terminology
    1.1 The terms as defined in the general terms and conditions of use of this data protection declaration apply provided not otherwise regulated in this data protection declaration.
    1.2 Cookies are text files stored on the user’s computer which enable analysis of the use of the website by the user.
  2. Collection of personal data
    2.1 APO collects basic data (company, first name, last name, car specifications, email address and password) on registration at the website. This personal data is used by APO to enable individual customers for booking the designated APO services and prompting the service procedures.
    2.2 The user agrees to the storage and use of their relevant personal data on completion of the contact form on the website. The personal data is used only when required for the processing of APO services. The personal data is treated confidentially and not disclosed to third parties.
  3. Collection of non-personal data
    3.1 Data is stored on the access to every website in a log file. This data is not related to persons. APO acquires data related to the access which is then stored for statistical purposes.
    4.2 This data is collected exclusively for internal purposes. This includes, when appropriate, names of files retrieved, date and time of the call, amount of data transmitted, reports on successful calls, the web browser, the domain requested and the anonymous IP address of the computer making the enquiry.
  4. Use of Cookies
    4.1 APO inserts cookies on the website to enable web-based applications to manage the status of the online visitor and to ensure smooth navigation between the individual services and the content on the website. Cookies are stored on the hard drive of the computer making the enquiry and cause no harmful effect.
    4.2 A cookie only contains information that is sent to the enquiring computer - it is not possible to scan private data using cookies. APO receives no access to personal information should cookies be accepted by a user. APO is able to identify the enquiring computer by using cookie applications.
    4.3 Session cookies are used on the website. These cookies are automatically deleted from the hard drive of the enquiring computer at the end of the browser session.
    4.4 APO also uses cookies which remain on the hard drive of the enquiring computer. Any subsequent visit automatically recognises that a visit has previously been made from the computer making the enquiry. These temporary cookies are stored (a life cycle of up to 2 years) on the hard drive of the enquiring computer and automatically delete themselves after the prescribed period.
    4.5 Most browsers routinely accept cookies. Cookies may be accepted or prohibited by setting security parameters. The user should use the ‘Help’ function provided by the respective internet browser to establish how to change the cookie setting. Should cookies be prohibited then certain features are not available on the website and other websites are not properly displayed where applicable.
  5. Data Protection Declaration for the Use of Google Analytics
    5.1 This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, U.S.A. (hereafter ‘Google’). Google Analytics uses cookies. The information generated by cookies on the use of the website by the user is typically transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there.
    5.2 When the IP anonymisation is activated on this website, the IP address is then shortened by Google within the borders of the countries of the European Union or in other member states of the Treaty of the European Economic Area. The complete IP address is only transmitted to a Google server in the USA and shortened there in exceptional circumstances. On behalf of APO, Google uses this information to evaluate the use of the website, to compile reports on website activity and to generate other services associated with the use of the website and internet for the website providers.
    5.3 Google does not match the IP address transmitted by the user browser to other data from Google. Users are able to prevent cookies from being stored by configuring their browser software accordingly; and in this case APO would point out that where applicable a user may not be able to make use of all functions of the website to the fullest extent. Furthermore, users are able to prevent Google from logging the use of the website as recorded by the cookie, as well as their processing of the data generated by the cookie and the use of the website (incl. your IP address), by downloading and installing the browser plug-in: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de.
    5.4 For more information on conditions of use and data protection please refer to Google Analytics Terms and Conditions or Google Analytics Overview.
  6. Data Protection Declaration for the Use of Google +1
    6.1 Google +1- interface enables users to publish information worldwide. Google +1-interface provides users with personalised content from Google and the partners of APO. Google stores both information provided by the user for content +1 as well as information on the site users have seen by clicking on +1. Each +1 may be inserted as a reference in conjunction with the profile name and the photo of the user in Google services such as search results or the Google profile of the user or other locations on websites and displays in the internet.
    6.2 Google records information on +1 activities of the user to enhance Google services for the user and others. Google +1 interface requires the user to set up a worldwide, visible and public Google profile where the name selected is a minimum for the profile. The name is then used for all Google services. In some cases the name replaces another name that users adopted when sharing content via the corresponding Google account. The identity of the Google profile may be shown to users who know the users or who possess other information identifying the user.
    6.3 Besides the uses explained above, information provided by the users is utilised in accordance with the current Google data protection provisions. Google publishes statistics that are likely to be collated on +1 activities of the users or forwards this on to users and partners such as publishers, advertisers or associated websites.
  7. Data Protection Declaration for the Use of Facebook Plugins (Like Button)
    7.1 There are plugins integrated on the website from the social network Facebook Inc. 1601 Willow Road, Menlo Park, California, 94025, U.S.A. (hereafter ‘Facebook’). Facebook plugins are recognisable by the Facebook logo or the ‘like’ button on the website. An overview of Facebook plugins is available under: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/.
    7.2 A direct connection is set up via the plugin when calling the website between the browser of the computer making the enquiry and the Facebook server. Facebook then receives information that the user with the corresponding IP address has visited the website. When the Facebook ‘like’ button is clicked by the user while the user is logged in to the related Facebook account then the user is able to link the content of the website to their Facebook profile. Facebook is then able to match the visit to the website to their Facebook user account.
    7.3 APO would point out that APO receives no knowledge of the content of the data transmitted or its application by Facebook as provider of the website. Further information is available from the Facebook data protection declaration at http://de-de.facebook.com/policy.php.
    7.4 Should the user not wish that Facebook is able to match the website call to the Facebook account of the user then the user should log out of their Facebook account.
  8. Data Protection Declaration for the Use of Twitter
    8.1 Twitter service functions are integrated on the website. These functions are offered by Twitter Inc. 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, U.S.A. (hereafter ‘Twitter’). The use of Twitter and the ‘Re-Tweet’ function enables websites to be connected to the corresponding Twitter account of the user and notified to other users. Data is transmitted to Twitter in this process.
    8.2 APO would point out that APO receives no knowledge of the content of the data transmitted or its application by Twitter as provider of the website. Further information is available in the Twitter data protection declaration at http://twitter.com/privacy.
    8.3 Users are able to change their data protection account settings at Twitter at http://twitter.com/account/settings.
  9. Data Protection Declaration for the Use of LinkedIn
    9.1 There are plugins integrated on the website of the social network LinkedIn of the LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, U.S.A. hereafter ‘LinkedIn’).
    9.2 LinkedIn plugins are recognisable by the LinkedIn logo or the ‘share’ button on the website. A direct connection is set up via the plugin when calling the website between the browser of the user and the LinkedIn server.
    9.3 LinkedIn then receives information that the user with the corresponding IP address has visited the website. When the ‘share’ button is clicked by the user while the user is logged in to the related account then the user is able to link the content of the website to their LinkedIn user account. LinkedIn is then able to match the visit to the website to their user account.
    9.4 Details relating to the collection of data (purpose, extent, further processing, use) as well as on the rights of the user and possible settings are available from their data protection guidelines at http://www.linkedin.com/static?key=privacy_policy&trk=hb_ft_priv.
  10. Right of Revocation / Right to Information
    10.1 Users may revoke the collection, processing or use of their data by APO at any time. Users also have the right to information as well as notification of corrections, blocking or deletions of their stored information. Provided no deletion of legal, contractual, commercial or tax-related retention periods or other reasons based in law dictate otherwise then the user data is blocked instead of deleted.
    10.2 APO is ready to provide information on the data stored on the respective user on request. Kindly direct any related questions or queries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

           1st May 2019