Privacy statement Airlift Solutions

This privacy statement explains how AIRLIFT SOLUTIONS AS as data controller collects and uses personal data.

Our address is: Førde Lufthavn, 6977 BYGSTAD

The statement applies for the following:

Airlift Solutions AS, care of the general manager, is the data controller for the processing of personal data.

The statement includes information you are entitled to when data is collected from our website (Personal Data Act section 19) and general information on how we process personal data (Personal Data Act section 18 1st paragraph).

Our data processor at this website is

Mediebruket AS, Førde, 994 57 6240.

Which personal data we collect, and why we do so


Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you visit a website.

The purpose is to both make the user experience better for you by the website remembering your settings, which pages you have visited, logins and any user names and other information you have entered and want the website to remember so that you don’t have to enter this every time.

We don’t use cookies to see which websites you visit after you have visited our website. Nor do we store data that allows us to identify you as a person.
It is voluntary for you when visiting our website whether you wish to provide personal data in connection with services, for example to receive newsletters or by completing and submitting forms.

If you visit this website, we nevertheless collect anonymous information about the visit using the Google Analytics tool. The purpose of this is to prepare statistics that we use to improve and develop the information service on the websites. Examples of what the statistics provide answers to, is how many people visit different pages on the website, how long the visit lasts, which websites the users arrive from and which browsers that are used.

The information is processed in anonymised and aggregated form. By anonymised it is meant that we cannot trace the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the full IP address, but the IP address is anonymised such that only the three first groups in the address are used to generate statistics. This means that if the IP address consists of the numbers, only 195.159.103.xx will be used. Additionally, the IP addresses are processed at an aggregate level, which means that all data are combined into a group and not processed individually.

Example of cookies that are used for Google Analytics are:
_ga: Automatically deleted after 2 years. Used to distinguish users from each other.
_gid: Automatically deleted after 24 hours. Used to distinguish users from each other.
_gat: Automatically deleted after 1 minute. Used to distribute traffic/queries. When Google Analytics is distributed via Google Tag Manager, this data is called _dc_gtm_ .


If you have a user account and log on to this website, we create a temporary cookie to find out if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data, and will be deleted when you close your browser. But when you log in, we create more cookies to save your credentials and screen settings.

Login cookies last for two days, and screen information cookies last for one year. If you select “Remember me,” the login will last for two weeks. If you log off from your user account, the login cookies are deleted.

If you edit or publish an article, a cookie will be created in your browser. It contains no personal information, and refers only to the post ID of the article you edited. It expires after one day.


If comments are available for posts on the website and you leave a comment, we collect the information in the comment form, in addition to the IP address and information on the browser, to prevent spam comments. The comment will be visible to everyone who visits the page in question unless you choose to delete it.


If you upload images to the website, you should avoid uploading images with integrated location data (EXIF GPS). If this data is not removed, those who gain access to the image may see where and when the picture was taken, and which camera that was used.


When you contact us using a form on the website, the information you enter is stored behind login on the website and is accessible to the administrator and our data provider, in addition to the information being sent to us by e-mail. Sensitive data must not be sent using forms, because the e-mail containing the data is sent without encryption. We store the data in our systems for as long as they are required in order to provide the services you request.

Embedded content from other websites

Pages and articles on this website may have content (e.g. videos, images, articles, social media sharing, etc.) from other websites. Such embedded content from other websites works exactly as if you had visited the other websites.

These websites may collect data on you, use cookies, include third party tracking and monitor how you interact with the third party content. This may be to track how you interact with embedded content if you have a user account and are logged in to the website.

Who we share your data with

We use cookies on all web pages (see explanation further up). If you complete a form on the website, the data you enter, along with the time and IP address, are sent to us by e-mail, in addition to being stored behind an encrypted login in our form tool.

Data that is submitted via a form on one of these services is stored on a server with our data processor, who is bound by a duty of confidentiality and with which we have a data processor agreement.

How long we store your information

If you comment a post, the comment and its information are stored. This is because we want to recognise and approve follow-up comments automatically instead of queuing them for approval.

We store data on the users that register here, e.g. everyone who has access to edit content on the website, for as long as they themselves want to have user access. All users may see, change and delete their personal data at any time, but they may not change the user name. Administrators on the website may also see and change this information.

If you have submitted information via a form, or have a customer relationship with us, we store the information for as long as it is necessary in order to provide services to you. We also wish to retain the data after we have finished being a provider or processing your request, in order to view history and thus better be able to assist you at a later date.

Your rights concerning your data

If you have a user account or have written comments on this website, you may request an export file listing all personal data we have on you, including all data you have provided us with. You may also request that we delete all personal data we have about you. Contact us if you want us to do this. This nevertheless does not apply to data we are required to store for administrative, legal or security reasons.

If you have any questions on this or on how we process personal data we collect through other channels, feel free to contact us.