Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) website. This website is designed to make it easier and more efficient for air travelers, tenants, businesses, and the general public to get information about the airport. Like all online resources, we recognize that visitors to this website are concerned about their privacy. CCIA is committed to preserving your privacy when visiting this website.


This policy describes CCIA's privacy practices regarding information collected from visitors to this website. This policy describes what data is collected and how that information is used. CCIA may, at its sole discretion, change, modify, add, or delete portions of this policy. Because this privacy policy applies only to this website, you may wish to examine the privacy policy of any website, including other local websites you access through this website.


Information Collected When You Visit this Website


When visiting this website, the CCIA automatically collects and stores the following information about your visit:

  1. The Internet Protocol address and domain name of your Internet service provider. The Internet Protocol address is a numerical identifier assigned either to your Internet service provider or directly to your computer, which can be used to direct Internet traffic to you
  2. The type of browser and operating system you used
  3. The date and time you visited this site
  4. The web pages or services you accessed at this site
  5. The URL or web site address of the web site you visited prior to coming to this website and from which any web page on this site was linked.

This information is used to improve this website's content and to help CCIA understand how people are using this website. This information is collected for statistical analysis, to determine what information is of most and of least interest to our visitors, and to identify system performance or problem areas. The information is not collected for commercial marketing purposes and CCIA does not sell or distribute the information collected from the Portal for commercial marketing purposes.


Information Collected When You E-mail this Website

If, during your visit to this website, you send an e-mail to CCIA, your e-mail address and the contents of your e-mail will be collected.


The information collected is not limited to text characters and may include audio, video, and graphic information formats you send us.


Your e-mail address and the information contained in your e-mail may be used to respond to you, to address issues you identify, to further improve this website, or to forward your e-mail to another agency for appropriate action. Your e-mail address is not collected for commercial marketing purposes and CCIA does not sell or distribute your e-mail address for commercial marketing purposes.


Personal Information and Choice


"Personal information" is information about an individual (e.g. an individual's name. address, and phone number). A domain name or Internet Protocol address is not considered personal information.


Personal information is not collected through this website unless you send an e-mail containing such information to CCIA through this website. If you do not communicate with this website, it does not affect your ability to use any other features of this website or other government websites.


CCIA does not knowingly collect personal information from children or create profiles of children through this website. People are cautioned that the collection of personal information provided by any individual in an e-mail will be treated the same as information given by an adult, and may, if not protected by federal or State law, be subject to public access. CCIA encourages parents and teachers to be involved in children's Internet activities and guide the children whenever children are asked to provide personal information online.


Disclosure of Information Collected through this Website


Information collected through this website, personal or otherwise, may, if not protected by local, federal or state law, be subject to disclosure pursuant to law, such as the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL), or court order.


Additionally, CCIA may disclose personal information to local, federal or state law enforcement authorities to enforce its rights against unauthorized access or attempted unauthorized access to CCIA's information.