The new data protection regulation, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), entered into force on May 25, 2018.

For almost 20 years, the Personal Data Act (PuL) regulated how and who could handle personal data. It has now been replaced by the new data protection regulation, GDPR, which is designed to protect individuals’ personal data.

The new law sets higher requirements for information and documentation and, with a focus on increased privacy protection, regulates the processing and handling of personal data.

In our work to assist our customers with booking and planning trips, we handle various types of personal data such as names, addresses, mobile numbers, billing addresses, and in some cases also personal identification numbers, passport information, etc. These necessary details are essential for us in our work to book flights, hotels, climbing permits, etc.

To collect this personal data, Trygga Resor (Secure Travels) needs legal support, a so-called legal basis. This is obtained through consent when we book your trip. Therefore, consent is granted to Trygga Resor to collect necessary information for booked trips.

The personal data you provide to Trygga Resor may be shared with third parties (e.g., agents, hotels, airlines, etc.) and will be automatically deleted no later than 6 months after the end of the trip.