What Are Cookies ?
When you visit Halo Flights’ website, little clusters of data files are downloaded to your browser, mobile device, or PC. Cookies assist us in improving the usability of our website and give us with the information we require to make your visit more enjoyable.
What Kinds of Cookies Do We Use?
Both ‘first-party cookies’ and ‘third-party cookies’ are used by Halo Flights. First-party cookies are used by Halo Flights to produce and collect information for our own purposes. Websites that are linked/connected to our website set third-party cookies. For example, the social media share buttons you see, such as Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter, may fall under this category.
What Is the Purpose of Cookies?
Types Of Cookies
Cookies that are only present for a short period of time (session cookies)
These are some of the most basic cookie types. Session/transient cookies do not collect any information about the user’s visit to the website. They expire when the user’s visit to our website comes to an end. After a session has been inactive for 20 minutes or more, it normally becomes unavailable.
Permanent, Persistent Or Stowed Cookies
These are the cookies that are permanent, as the name implies. They are not removed when the browser is closed, and they maintain track of the user’s preferences for a certain website, allowing the website to utilise that information in the future. Many websites employ permanent cookies to distinguish their users and recognize them uniquely.Permanent cookies can also be used to track the performance of a website, provide information on the number of visitors, and display how much time each visitor spent on the site.
If you have Adobe Flash installed on your computer, these cookies will only apply to you (most computers). To put it another way, these are little files that include flash media such as video clips. Flash cookies can also be used to backup data from normal cookies. If you want to manage Flash cookies on your computer, you’ll need to go to Adobe’s website, which will provide you with the necessary tools.
Cookies That Are Strictly Necessary
These are required cookies that are placed on a website, as the name implies. These cookies are required to complete the task. These cookies are only placed when you request something from our website, such as filling out a form or changing your privacy settings.
Functional cookies are used to give the user with new tools. They help to make the website more user-friendly and customise the experience. Third parties who appear on our website, as well as ourselves, set functional cookies. Allowing functional cookies may make it more difficult for you to use our website.
How Do I Manage Cookies?
At Halo Flights, we will always provide you the choice of whether or not to accept cookies. Please keep in mind that you may still manage cookies through your browser’s settings. While web browser options differ, your browser’s help menu will almost certainly have instructions on how to reject cookies. If you choose to refuse all cookies, your use of our website may be disrupted.
Are Cookies Harmful?
No. Cookies do not harm your computer or mobile device in any way. It’s just a bunch of text files. As a result, they can’t be used or programmed to infect your device or browser with malware.
Can Cookies Put Users' Privacy at Risk?
Cookies are stored on the computer’s hard drive’s very surface. They are unable to fully enter the hard drive, making it impossible for a cookie to read or gain access to any of the information stored there. Cookies only store and transmit to the server the information that website visitors have provided.
How to Delete Cookies
Users have a basic level of control over the cookies that are put on a website in all current browsers. Users should think about whether they want to accept or reject all cookies, or just some of them, and set their browsers accordingly. Many web browsers provide ad-blocking software, plugins, or tools that enable you to disable or block all cookies. Users of iOS or Android devices can also choose how their data is used for certain purposes, such as advertising, by adjusting their device settings.
Users could also set their browsers to disable cookies whenever they are sent. Please contact us if you are using a different browser type. Adobe Local Shared Objects, often known as LSOs or Flash cookies, could be controlled on your machine, but not through your browser. Adobe’s website has options to control Flash cookies on your computer as an alternative. A Firefox add-on for detecting and deleting Flash cookies is also available.