Birmingham Airport has created these data protection and information security pages to provide you with information about how we use, process and keep safe, personal data.
The Airport collects a lot of personal data from visitors which it uses to help with its day to day operations. This personal information is essential to the airport but it must also be used lawfully.
Visitors to our airport could include members of the public, airport staff, suppliers, contractors and, of course, our valued retail partners.
The Airport wishes not only to embrace the changes that GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA2018) bring, but to also offer transparency in the way in which privacy rights are handled. We wish for all visitors to the airport to have the information at hand to understand how and why the airport uses personal information, and what to do if you have any questions or concerns.
Please use the links below to take you to the information you require. If you cannot find what you are looking for, or have any questions regarding Data Protection, please contact the Airport's Information Security Manager as detailed below:-
Peter Harwood, Information Security Manager, Birmingham Airport Limited, Diamond House, Airport Way, Birmingham, B26 3QJ - [email protected]
A policy governs the Airport's use of CCTV. Know your subject access rights to CCTV footage
Subject Access Requests and Data Protection Rights
The Data Protection Act gives individuals, known as data subjects, certain rights with regards to their personal information
Data Protection Comments or Complaints
Contact us here for any comments, observations, or complaints about data protection at Birmingham Airport
Privacy Notices are designed to inform you of how your personal data is being used but also give you control over it. Please find Birmingham Airport Privacy Notices here
Data Protection and Information Security Documentation
The latest data protection and information security documentation is available here