Cookie Policy

Schiphol, and its partner 3Scale, use cookies to improve user analysis, targeting and experience. Cookies enable users to surf the Schiphol API website ( in an efficient manner.

You consent to the use of cookies by using the Schiphol API website, and agreeing to the terms in accordance with our policy. We reserve the right to amend the Cookies Policy at our discretion; for example, to account for market and best-practice developments.

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files that are saved to your computer or mobile device while surfing the Internet. Cookies fulfil a number of functions:

  • They make websites user-friendly, more efficient to navigate and keep track of your preferences. They are primarily used to help websites recognise a user who has previously visited the website. They can store account and password information and simplify log-in for registered users. Most web browsers accept cookies automatically. uses cookies so that we can meet your needs better next time you return to the site. You can read more about the exact cookies and their function below.
  • They help us analyse how our website is used. In doing so, they help us improve it to be of better service to you. Cookies are completely safe and are not used to intercept personal details or passwords. Schiphol does not use any personal details other than those you enter on our website. Other than this, the use of the website is anonymous

What specific cookies are used?

The Schiphol API website only store the following cookies:

  • user_session
  • system_session

How long will the cookie remain on my computer?

The single-session cookie is a temporary cookie and remains in your browsers cookie file until it is closed.

The other cookies will remain in your browser's cookie file once it is closed, and will become active again when is reopened.

You can delete the cookie(s) at any time. The cookie(s) will not collect any information when you are not accessing

Data sharing

We will keep your cookie information confidential and only use it within our group (which means our affiliated companies, successors and assigns). The only exception is if we are under a legal duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with a court order or other legal or regulatory requirement.

If you have more questions on this subject, please contact us.