Updated March 26, 2024

This policy explains the cookies and similar tracking technologies (“cookies”) used on, which is home to the business of the Abbotsford International Airshow Society (“businesses”). This policy also applies to other platforms used by this businesses, including the Abbotsford Airshow mobile app, and social media. This policy complements the Abbotsford Airshow Privacy Policy and applies to all visitors and users of the site.

By using our website, you indicate your consent to the use of cookies by the Abbotsford Airshow. You can manage those cookies as explained below under “How can I manage my cookies?”.

The Abbotsford Airshow will use the information collected through cookies on our website or platforms only as that information relates to its own business. Our website may have links to the websites of other companies with their own cookies policies. We do not have control over cookies used on those websites and encourage you to review their individual policies as appropriate.

About cookies  

Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are automatically downloaded into a memory folder on your computer or mobile device. Cookies store information such as the cookie name and duration, a unique identifier, and a day and time stamp. Some cookies contain unique identifiers which allow us to distinguish you from others as a unique website visitor. This information, in combination with other information, may permit you to be identified, and so may be considered personal information. As is explained in detail below, other cookies allow our website to function, remember your viewing preferences, help us understand how visitors interact with our website and other platforms, and advertise to you on other websites. Other technologies that help us with these functions include tracking pixels, scripts, local storage, and local shared objects. We will not collect any sensitive personal information about you with these technologies.

Some of the cookies on our website are placed by us, while others are set by third parties. We receive the information from our own cookies. Other companies may get information from third-party cookies for purposes like showing you an advertisement on a different website.

Cookies are stored for as long as necessary to meet their specific function. To remove them, see below under “How can I manage my cookies?”.

Categories of cookies  

There are four broad categories of cookies and tracking technologies used on the website:

  • Necessary cookies – These cookies are necessary for thewebsite to work properly. They handle tasks like setting cookie consent and preferences, logging in, filling forms, recalling optimal page layout, sizing, and viewing preferences, identifying you as being logged into our website, and detecting and preventing fraud. While you can set your browser to block them, some website features will not work if you do.
  • Performance cookies – These cookies count visits to our website, analyze where they come from, and improve overall site performance. For example, they help us assess the success of our campaigns, test new features, track page loading errors and otherwise see how users interact with our website.
  • Functional cookies – These cookies help make our website work better and personalize your experience based on how you use it. For example, they permit the testing of different versions of the website, track site editions, remember previous search information and language preferences, detect your general geographical location, and allow us to present you offers based on your browsing.
  • Marketing cookies – These cookies are set by advertising partners to help build a profile of your interests, which they then use to show you relevant ads on other websites. For example, you may see an ad for a travel destination on social media based on your flight search on our website.

How can I manage my cookies?

You can manage your cookies for use by the Abbotsford Airshow through the following methods:

  • Changing browser settings– While browsers are set to accept cookies by default, each browser’s settings section will give you options to make choices about your privacy including deleting cookies already downloaded onto your device or changing the cookie settings to block or limit cookies.The Tools section of the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada External site will provides up-to-date links to the support pages of the most used browsers like Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Edge, and Opera. Please note that blocking or limiting cookies needed to operate our websites will impact your navigating experience and disable functionality.
  • Interest-based advertising opt-outs– You can opt out of interest-based advertising by using the following tools made available online by not-for-profit trade organisations:
  • Changing social media platform settings – Visit the Settings section of these platforms to manage your ad preferences.

This policy may be updated from time to time. The most up-to-date version will be available at Website visitors are solely responsible for reading and understanding the most recent policy for continuing use of the site.