Privacy Policy

With the arrival of new communication tools and following the General Data Protection Regulation (which came into effect on 25 May 2018), we have drawn up this policy to explain to you which data we collect and what we do with them.

Some of the concepts below are a little technical, we have done our best to explain things to you in a clear and simple manner. If, however, you have any questions regarding this policy, please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact information given below.


  1. Responsibilities
  2. Privacy Protection Policy
  3. Cookie Policy
  4. General Terms of Use of the Website



These terms of use apply;:

  • To the company Avieta(hereinafter called ‘the Company”);
  • The website called “the website” or ’the Site”).

You are requested to carefully read these terms before visiting the website. By using our website, you confirm that you accept the terms of use of the Site regarding privacy. If you do not accept these terms of use regarding privacy, we would request that you do not use the site.


Data controller

Company name:

Legal form:
Limited Liability Company

Business number:
BE 0424.858.713

Company address:
Rue de Villers, 36
4520 Vinalmont

Telephone number:
+ 32 85 61 17 73


Person responsible for privacy protection within the Company:
Mrs Virginie Beaurain,
Safety Manager

Any requests or questions relating to privacy protection on the Site are to be addressed to the responsible person indicated above.


Data Processor (Hosting Manager)

Company name:

The Site is hosted on the servers of our partner All2all. For further information regarding the measures implemented for the safety and protection of your data, please read paragraph 2.5 “Safety & Hosting” below.




Collection and processing of your data

The Company collects data in different ways for different reasons:

  • When you contact the Companyvia the different contact forms on the Site, you voluntarily provide certain data to us. These may include your family name, first name, e-mail address and any other information you provide to us. We use these data to improve the Site or the services proposed as well as to reply to you if required.
  • We also receive technical information when you use the Site. Our servers automatically log data such as your IP address, the address of the pages of the Site you visit, the type of browser you use as well as its parameters, the date and time of connection, the manner in which you have used the Site and the data relating to cookies (please read our use of cooking policyfor further information on this point).
  • When you subscribe to out newsletter, you provide your name and e-mail address in order that we may send you informational e-mails regarding the Company. If you no longer wish to receive notifications from us, please contact us using the contact information given in section 1 of this document.


Transferring your data

It may be that the information collected by the Company is communicated to subcontractors or partners. These subcontractors or partners are forbidden to make use of these data for any reason other than the provision of Company services or in a context other than the partnership with the Company or the partners of the Company.

We may, for example, call upon subcontractors or partners to host our databases, to process your data or to send you the information you request.

The Company reserves the right to hare your data in order to respond to requests for information duly authorised by the governmental or judicial authorities or in the cases provided for by the law.

Apart from the fact that certain data concerning you are made public on the Site or the site of a partner (or partners) (and are therefore accessible from everywhere on the Internet) your data will not be transferred outside of the European Union.


Right to access and correct your personal data

You always have the right to access, correct and delete your personal data on the Site, in accordance with the Law. You may, at any time, request the Company to delete some or all or of your personal data that it holds. For this, you may contact us using the contact information given in the first part of this document (“1.1 Data Controller”).

In any event, you retain your right to oppose, upon request and free of charge, the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes.


Tools used

We work with various tools and services to process, use or share your data. The table below shows the information made available by each tool / service with regard to the protection of your data.

The Company reserves the right to make changes to this list.

Google (Google Analytics, Youtube)


Safety & Hosting

The Company takes all technical, physical, legal, contractual and organisational measures required to meet its legal obligations for privacy and data protection.

Among other things, the Company uses hosting services which have adopted safety precautions to ensure the level of protection of your data imposed by the sector. Your data are stored in databases secured by firewalls and intrusion detection software. However, no Internet transmission can be fully secure.

If you have reason to believe that your use of the Site is not secure (for example, if you feel that the safety of your data has been compromised), we invite you to contact us immediately using the contact information given in “Data Processor (Hosting Manager)”.


Cookies are small text files that are stored on your terminal (smartphone, computer, etc.). They retain certain data to assist navigation and/or enable certain functions.

Cookie types used

Cookies allow us to facilitate your user experience or personalise your experience of the Site. An explanation of how we use cookies is given below:

  • We use certain cookies to remember your parameters and preferences, such as the choice of language and your confidentiality settings;
  • We also use them to protect ourselves against attack. They enable us, for example, to identify hacking attempts or spam targeting the Site;
  • We use them to analyse and improve Site trafficwith Google Analytics. For example, this tool provides us your IP address when you connect, the date and time of access to the Site, the pages consulted, the type of browser, the platform and/or the operating system used. For further information, we recommend that you read the Google privacy policy.


Deactivation of cookies

By default, most browsers accept the use of cookies. To disable this option, you simply need to adjust your browser parameters. The steps to be followed are different for each browser (Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, etc.), you will find instructions in your browser’s “Help” menu.

Be aware that deactivating cookies will affect the functionalities of our site and many other websites that you visit.



Acceptance of these general terms of use

Use of this Site is subject to compliance with the general terms described hereafter. By accessing the Site, you declare that you have read and accepted these general terms of use without reservation.


Unavailability and changes to the site

The Company cannot guarantee that the Site will be free from interruptions or unaffected by other technical problems. The content of the Site may be adapted, modified, added to or removed at any time, and the Site may also become temporarily or permanently unavailable, without notification or communication of any kind


Quality of information and Service

The Company takes the utmost care in the management of the Site, but cannot guarantee that the information provided is complete, correct, exhaustive or appropriate.
The Company cannot be held liable for the hyperlinks present on the site which direct the users towards other websites.


Limitation of liability

The Company accepts no responsibility for the use that may be made of the contents of this site. The Company cannot be held liable, among other things, for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of the Site or the information made available on or via the Site, including, without limitation, any loss of profit, interruption of work or business, deterioration of programs or data on the computer system, or the hardware and the software of the user, whether under a contract, civil law or any other legal doctrine, regardless of whether or not the Company has been informed of the possibility of such damage. Your sole and exclusive remedy is to discontinue using this site.


Notifications in the event of error or breach

If any errors, failures, misuse or breaches are identified with regard to the content of the Site and the information provided therein, the Company will make every effort to remedy the situation as quickly as possible as soon as it comes to its attention.

If you notice any errors, failures, misuse or breaches, you can contact the Company using the contact information given in “1.1 Data Controller”.

Similarly, if you feel that your rights have not been respected, you can notify us, with details of the rights that you claim and the reason for which they have not been respected.


Intellectual property rights

The texts, layout, illustrations, images, sounds, style guides, software applications and other elements that make up the site or are accessible on the Site (hereinafter called “Protected Content”) may, among other things, be protected by copyright or, as far as databases are concerned, by a specific right.

All of these elements belong to the Company or, if applicable, third parties from whom the Company has obtained the necessary permissions if required by law.

Unless otherwise specified, any reproduction of Protected Content, as well as all forms of use and communication to the public of such content are prohibited without prior authorisation.


Creation of hyperlinks to the Site

We authorise the creation of links to the homepage of the site or to any other content of the site without prior request. However, the use of any techniques designed to include all or part of the site in a website where the precise source of the information is hidden, even partly, or in a way that might cause confusion about the source of the information, such as framing or in-lining, does require written authorisation.

Any such request should be addressed to the Company.


Jurisdiction and applicable law

The provisions of these terms of use apply and, if relevant, should be interpreted as being valid and applicable under the applicable law

If a provision is regarded as being totally or partially invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the other provisions and terms of use will not be affected and will remain in full force and effect. Furthermore, in this case, the relevant provision or its invalid, illegal or unenforceable part will be replaced with a new, valid provision, the effects of which come as close as possible to the objectives of the provision that it replaces.

These terms of use are subject to Belgian legislation. In the event of a dispute, the courts of Liege (Belgium) will have sole jurisdiction.


Competent supervisory authority

For any request regarding advertising on the Site, please submit an application to JEP contact details


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