Cookie Policy

FISCHER air  uses browser cookies, scripts, web beacons and similar technologies (hereinafter referred to as "cookies") to provide, protect and improve our website and applications. Below we explain to you how our cookies work, the purpose they have, the type of data each of them collects and how you can manage your cookie settings.

Cookies - Definition

Cookies are small files that are downloaded onto the browser directory or the hard drive of your computer, tablet or smartphone (hereafter “device”) when you visit our website or application (hereafter “platform”). Every time you visit our platform, cookie and platform will “communicate” in order for your device to be recognized. This is useful for both you and us. For example, a cookie will allow us to save the text entries you make in form fields on the website so you won’t have to enter the same information again the next time you visit the website, therefore improving your experience on our platforms. Cookies are managed by us through a little program called tool or tag.

We use first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies come from our platform and send information to us only; third-party cookies are placed by third parties on our site and send information about your device to other companies that recognize that cookie. In most cases the information in a cookie is pseudonymized or anonymized because cookies generally don’t identify you as a person, they rather identify your device. In a few cases it may be possible to link certain cookies to personal data. We will only process such information if you give us your consent or if the processing is necessary for you to be able to use a certain service.

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Anonymized IP

An anonymous IP address is an IP address which cannot be connected to an individual customer. It is generated by deleting part of the data in the original IP address. This anonymous address can be geo-localized to a metropolitan area.

Anonymous user identifiers

Anonymous user identifiers are number-letter combinations that are used to recognize the same browser/device combination when a website is visited more than once.

Booking details

Booking details are the data generated when a customer books a flight. This is anonymous data about the flight, including origin and destination of the flight, the dates, number and type of passengers, booking classes and ancillaries purchased. In addition, these include anonymous data about the type of payment (credit card or invoice), encrypted order ID (not including any ticket numbers or confirmation numbers), and timestamp.

Device fingerprint

A device fingerprint is a type of user identifier generated by a combination of details about the hardware and software used by a customer.

Encrypted user identifiers

Encrypted user identifiers are identifiers that could be linked to a specific user profile. They are encrypted so that they are not recognizable and are never linked back to an individual customer.

Flight search details

Flight search details are the data generated when a customer searches for a flight. This is anonymous data including origin and destination of the flight, the dates, number and type of passengers, and booking classes.

IP address

An IP address is a unique address that identifies a customer's device on the Internet. IP addresses are important for security and fraud prevention.

Passenger details

Passenger details are the data that describe individual passengers, including name, postal address and e-mail address. This data is collected when necessary to fulfill a customer's booking request.

Session identifiers

Anonymous session identifiers are number-letter combinations that are used to identify a single visit (session) on a platform. This allows you to do things like go back and forth through the booking process without having to start a new search.

User behavior

User behavior is data generated when a customer interacts with our platforms, including the specific series of screens visited, buttons or elements clicked, scrolling behaviors or mouse movements.


Cookie Settings

We use cookies to improve our website and our offers for you. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit our website. You can decide for yourself whether we or third parties are allowed to store cookies on your device or not.

Consent Manager

When you visit our website for the first time, a pop-up window will open in which you can select which category of cookies you want to accept. You can change your selection at any time by clicking on the link "Change privacy settings" at the bottom of the website. Changing the settings does not automatically delete the cookies. Follow the instructions below to do so.

Browser Settings

You can change your browser settings at any time so that no more cookies are accepted or stored. You can also choose to have a warning message displayed each time you accept cookies. Or you can set your browser so that it only accepts cookies from certain websites. You can also delete cookies that have already been saved. If you delete all cookies, the so-called opt-out cookies, which are intended for the rejection of cookies, will also be deleted from your device. When you next visit our website, the Consent Manager may then be displayed again. You may therefore also need to renew the rejection. Below you will find a general guide to managing cookies for the most common browsers:

Cookie Blocker

You can also use cookie blockers such as "DoNotTrackMe".


Please note that some functions on the website may be restricted or not available if you refuse cookies. We therefore recommend that you accept cookies from us and our partners in your browser settings.

Categories of Cookies

1. Necessary Cookies

Necessary cookies are like good friends that ensure everything runs smoothly when you use our platform. They help, for instance, to facilitate your flight booking, provide quick and accurate responses to your queries, and keep a vigilant eye on security to thwart malicious activities on the website. Unfortunately, these cookies cannot be disabled, but you have the option to delete or decline them when they are displayed to you. They are our little helpers to keep the website safe and functional, which is our legitimate interest according to Art. 6(1), Paragraph 1(f) GDPR.

Here are the necessary cookies we use: