Privacy Policy

Personal information privacy and data protection regulations

First Flights acknowledges its responsibilities to respect the privacy of your data. We collect and process your personal data only when necessary for our company’s operations. We will never sell, pass on or make public your personal information without your consent. You can withdraw your consent at any time.


Legislation updates

This privacy policy is designed to comply with new regulations set by the GDPR. Information about your rights to your data and user privacy can be found in: EU General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR)


Personal information collected by this website  

This website collects and uses personal information. Our website is hosted by and Google Analytics uses statistics to determine how many people are using the site and to maintain its function. The statistics recorded include visits, redirects from search engines, browser data, and GeoIP by country. None of this information identifies anyone personally. Disabling cookies on your internet browser will stop statistics from tracking any part of your visit.


Contact forms and email links

If you use our contact form or submissions forms an email will be sent to our administration department. We will hold onto your data while your request is being processed. We will approach you for your consent to hold you on our database. We will never copy, share or use your personal information without asking for your consent.


Our third party data processor

We use third parties to process data on our behalf whose practices comply with our privacy policy.

Goldfinch Holdings Limited Privacy Policy


Data breach

We have procedures in place to detect and report and investigate any personal data breach.


Data controller

The data controller for this website is: First Flights Media Limited, a UK private limited company with Company Number 12272236.


Data protection officer

You have the right to request details of the personal information we hold and you have the right to be erased from our database.

All requests must go to the Data Protection Officer. Email: or call +44 (0)2031 769 040 for more information. If you feel we do not process your information appropriately you can contact the ICO via their website or by phone 0303 123 1113.


Changes to our policy

Our policy may change in line with legislation or industry developments. Policy changes will appear on our website and you will be advised as necessary