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How does it work to book flights?

  • You send us an inquiry for Flight & Event Ticket
  • We search for the best flight after your specifications
  • We send you our search results
  • You confirm by emailing back (unless you have other requests)
  • We send you an Payment link (we accept Visa, Mastercard, PayPal)
  • Once payment is received we go ahead with booking your flight & event ticket
  • You’ll then receive your Booking Confirmation with flight details and event ticket to your email
  • Happy Faces!
  • Feel free to contact us for any questions: Contact(a)RhythmTravels.com






Luggage Allowence


This table gives the free baggage limits for a standard economy passenger on these airlines. Note that for trans-pacific routes, the standard baggage allowance for most airlines increases from 20kg to 32kg, and may include two checked bags. Approach the table below with some care, realizing that airlines may change allowances or fees charged unpredictably.

General rules are that you can bring one suitcase weighing 20 kg for free except for flights to/from North America (USA, Canada and Mexico) where you are allowed to bring one piece of luggage weighing maximum 23 kg. Some airlines have other rules though allowing either less or more luggage and a trend among airlines is to allow 23 kg no matter the destination (for instance SAS and Lufthansa). Other airlines have no free allowance and charge for checked-in luggage – for instance Cimber Air and Air Baltic and most airlines flying domestic in the USA.

If you are flying on more than one carrier on the same ticket (and not if you have separate tickets) most airlines follow the ‘Most Significant Carrier’ rule. This means in simple terms:
A) If you have a transit within your own area (for instance within Europe) it will be the luggage rules for the long sector which applies for all sectors (for instance from London to the USA).
B) If you travel within the same area (for instance Europe) it will be the luggage rules for each carrier which applies for the sector you fly.

This means you can have one set of luggage allowance to your destination and another allowance back from your destination. This means that it is always recommended to check your airline’s specific luggage rules before you travel! Find Airlines websites here

Fees subject to change and are not guaranteed by Rhythm Travels.

Airline Carry-on baggage limits Hold baggage limits
Aer Lingus 56x45x25cm, 6kg 2 bags max 36kg total transatlantic, zero free allowance within Europe
Air Canada 55x40x23cm (9×15.5×21.5in), 10kg (22lb), plus personal item that goes to an maximum size of 16x33x43cm (6x13x17in) 1x23kg transatlantic, others vary depending on route.
Air France 55x35x25cm, 12kg, plus 1 handbag/laptop 20kg but varies on some routes
Air New Zealand 115cm total, 7kg + thin laptop pouch 1x23kg or 2x23kg according to route
AlaskaAirlines 61x43x25cm, 5kg 22.6kg -Baggage fees apply
Alitalia 55x35x25cm, 5kg 20kg or 2x23kg according to route
AmericanAirlines 56x36x23cm (22x14x9in) plus an Personal Item
Aurigny Air Services 43x30x18cm, 10kg (6kg some routes) 20kg
BMI 55x40x23cm plus a ‘personal item'(handbag, laptop, etc) 20kg total
BMI baby 55x40x20cm, 10kg 0
British Airways 56x45x25cm 90x75x43cm, 23kg x 1 UK domestic/short-haul, 23kg x 2 long-haul
Delta Air Lines 115cm total (56x36x23cm) plus one personal item 22.6kg – baggage fees apply
Easyjet 56x45x25cm 20kg total for up to 8 bags
Emirates 55x38x20cm, 7kg 30kg in Economy, but check with codeshares
Finnair 56x45x25cm, 8kg 20kg, or 2x32kg to USA & Canada
Flybe 55x40x23cm, 10kg 20kg
Garuda Indonesia 56x36x23cm, 7kg plus laptop or beauty case domestic: 20kg for economy / 30kg for business. international: 30kg for both economy and business. Weight limit is regardless of luggage #.
Iberia 55x40x20cm, 10kg 23kg, or 2x23kg for Americas, Africa & Middle EastFor European flight, overweight charge is €15 per bag, regardless of extra weight. Items over 32kg are not accepted at all.
Icelandair no limits listed 20kg
Iceland Express 55x35x25cm plus a laptop and duty free carrier bag, 10kg 20kg
Jet2 50x38x26cm, 10kg 0
KLM 55x35x25cm, 12kg 20kg or 2x32kg on some routes[1]
Lufthansa 55x40x20cm or foldable garment bag, 8kg 20kg (more on long haul)
Manx2 55x35x20cm, 10kg 0
Monarch 56x45x25cm, 10kg 0
Norwegian 55x40x23cm, 10kg 2x20kg
Qantas 115cm (56x36x23cm), 7kg + laptop 30kg with exceptions between Singapore-Narita,Singapore-Haneda and Singapore-Helsinki
Qatar 50x37x25, 7kg 30kg or 2x23kg transatlantic
Ryanair 55x40x20cm, 10kg 0
SAS ScandinavianAirlines 55x40x23cm, 8kg 23kg (30 kg on business+long haul)
SingaporeAirlines dimensions vary[2], 7kg 30kg or 2x23kg according to route
South African Airways 115cm total, 8kg 20kg
TAM Airlines 115cm total, 5kg 2 items, each max 32kg and 158cm max dimensions(International flight)
Thomas Cook Airlines 55x40x20cm, 10kg
Thomson Airways 55x40x20cm, 10kg 0
UnitedAirlines 56x35x23cm (22x14x9in) Plus an Personal bag 22.6kg -Baggage fees apply
Virgin Atlantic Airways 56x36x23cm, 6kg 2 items, each max 23kg and 158cm max dimensions
IATA limit 56x45x18cm 158cm max total dimensions, 32kg per item

Airlines often operate the “Piece Concept” for flights to and from the USA and Canada. This generally allows passengers 2 pieces of checked baggage, each up to 23kg. Elsewhere in the world the same airlines will operate the “Weight Concept”, e.g., one bag of up to 20kg.

These variations mean you should ensure that you clearly understand your baggage allowances and any additional fees for any initial or continuing flight.






Visa


Do I need a visa?
It is important that you in good time before departure check what applies in the case of a visa for that or the destinations you will visit. Note that in some cases it may require a visa even with a stopover in a country. Allow plenty of time for this process as some countries are renowned for their lack of speed when processing visa applications.

Please contact your local embassy for more information.






Vaccination


Need I be vaccinated?
What vaccinations required is dependent on the particular trip duration, destination and if you have been vaccinated you. Consult your doctor or immunization clinic to get information about what is available for your trip.






Travel Insurance


Rhythm Travels offer Travel insurance from WorldNomads.com. Available to people from over 140 countries and is designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities.

With travel insurance from WorldNomads.com you can:

Travel Insurance. Simple & flexible.

Buy online, even after you have left home. Extend and claim online, while travelling. Travel insurance from WorldNomads.com is built for adventurous travellers from over 140 countries, with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and 24 hour emergency support when you need it most.


Claim online

At WorldNomads.com you can claim online. And if you don’t entirely trust insurance companies, have a look at how the insurers behind World Nomads.com have helped some of our travellers.

What can I do?

We cover most adventure sports, from bungee jumping in New Zealand to white-water rafting in Colorado.

Simple & Flexible

Already travelling or had a change of plans? No problem! Unlike other policies, WorldNomads.com lets you buy and extend online, even while away from home.

7 things you should know about World Nomads travel insurance

Here are a few things to consider when choosing your travel insurance plan to make sure that you’ve got the cover you want for your adventure:

  • Cancellation: It’s no fun if you’re seriously ill before you leave and can’t go on your trip. All travel insurance plans are different and some have specific terms of cover for cancellation, so please read the policy wording relevant to you carefully.
  • Lost or Stolen Gear: Most travel insurance plans have a per-item value limit – make sure its high enough to cover your gear or choose a policy that allows you to increase the limit.
  • Medical expenses over and above evacuation: Check that your cover includes emergency treatment while away and transport to bring you home – remembering that in more serious circumstances, insurance providers will usually insist on getting you home for medical treatment if you’re fit enough to travel.
  • Adventurous Activities: Look carefully at what your policy covers as each plan is different and may only cover specific sports and activities. Check that you’re covered to do all of the adventurous activities that you are planning while you’re away.
  • Personal Liability: Accidents happen. If it’s found to be your fault and someone decides to sue you, you want to be covered. Read the full description of coverage in the policy wording and talk to the insurer first before you admit it was your fault. Also keep in mind travel insurance doesn’t typically cover liability while you’re driving (be it cars, motorbikes, scooters, boats… anything with a motor, really) so make sure you’ve got appropriate cover elsewhere if you need it.
  • Is it safe to go there? Make sure you check your Government’s Travel Warnings and keep up to date with the latest travel safety advice on the road. You may not be covered if you choose to go to a place affected by war, terrorism, civil unrest or environmental disasters (like volcanoes, earthquakes, floods) and other major events where you may be at risk.






European Health Insurance Card


Is a free card that gives you access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 27 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Visit The European Commission website for more information.






Passport


If you are a non-EU national wishing to visit or travel within the EU, you will need a passport:

  • valid for at least 3 months after the date you intend to leave the EU country you are visiting,
  • which was issued within the previous 10 years,

and possibly a visa. Apply for a visa from the consulate or embassy of the country you are visiting. If your visa is from a “Schengen area” country, it automatically allows you to travel to the other Schengen countries as well. If you have a valid residence permit from one of those Schengen countries, it is equivalent to a visa. You may need a national visa to visit non-Schengen countries.

Border officials in EU countries may ask for other supporting documents such as an invitation letter, proof of lodging, return or round-trip ticket. For the precise requirements contact the local consular services of the EU country in question.

There are a number of countries whose nationals do not need a visa to visit the EU for three months or less. The list of countries whose nationals require visas to travel to the United Kingdom or Ireland differs slightly from other EU countries.

If you are an EU national you do not need to show your national ID card or passport when you are travelling from one border-free Schengen EU country to another.

The border-free Schengen area includes:
Austria Hungary Norway
Belgium Iceland Poland
Czech Republic Italy Portugal
Denmark Latvia Slovakia
Estonia Liechtenstein Slovenia
Finland Lithuania Spain
France Luxembourg Sweden
Germany Malta Switzerland.
Greece Netherlands

You must still show a valid ID card or passport when travelling to or from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom. Though part of the EU, these countries do not belong to the border-free Schengen area. Before travelling, check what documents you must have to travel outside your home country and to enter the non Schengen EU country you plan to visit.

Even if you don’t need a passport for border checks within the Schengen area, it is still always best to take a passport or ID card with you, so you can prove your identity if needed (if stopped by police, boarding a plane, etc.).

Driving licences, post, bank or tax cards are not accepted as valid travel documents or proof of identity.

Have you:

  • lost your passport or had it stolen?
  • realised that your passport has expired during your trip?

In either situation, under EU rules you may travel only with a valid ID card or passport. But help is at hand, as the EU countries have systems in place to deal with such cases.

The conditions and procedures do vary widely from country to country. So if you’re in the EU, your first port of call should be your country’s consulate or embassy. (If you have a similar problem outside the EU, where your country does not have a consulate or embassy, you have the right to seek consular protection from any other EU country.)






In Case of Emergency


Below you’ll find the emergency number for each country.

Country Ambulance Fire Police
A       TOP medical fire police
Afghanistan 102 119 119
Albania 127 128 129
Algeria 14 14 17
American Samoa 911
Andorra 118 118 110
Angola 118 118 110
Anguilla 911
Antarctica (McMurdo Station) 911
Antigua & Barbuda 999/911
Argentina 107 100 101
Armenia 103 101 102
Aruba 911
Ascension Island 911/999/6000 911/999/6412 911/999/6666
Australia 000 (112 on mobile1)
Austria 112/144 112/122 112/133
Azerbaijan (Baku) 03 01 02
Azores 112
B       TOP medical fire police
Bahamas 911
Bahrain 999
Bali 112 118
Bangladesh (Dhaka) 199 9 555 555 999
Barbados 511 311 211
Belarus 103 101 102
Belgium 112
Belize 911
Benin 118 117
Bermuda 911
Bhutan 110 112 113
Bolivia 118 119 110
Bonaire 911
Bosnia-Herzegovina 124/911/112 123/911/112 122/911/112
Botswana 997/911
Brazil 192 193 190
Bosnia 112/104/94/124 112/105/93/123 112/107/92/122
British Virgin Islands 999
Brunei 991 995 993
Bulgaria 112
Burkina Faso 18 17
Burma/Myanmar 999
Burundi local numbers only
C       TOP medical fire police
Cambodia, The Kingdom of (Phnom Penh) 119 118 117
Cameroon local numbers only
Canada 911 (local number in rural areas)
Canary Islands 112
Cape Verde (Santiago Island) 130 131 132
Cayman Islands 911
Central African Republic local numbers only
Chad 18 17
Chile 131 132 133
China, The People’s Republic of 999/120 (Beijing, Shanghai) 119 110
Christmas Island 000
Columbia 112/123/132 112/123/119 112/123/156
Comoros Islands local numbers only
Congo local numbers only
Cook Islands 998 996 999
Costa Rica 911/112
Côte d’Ivoire 110/111/170 180
Croatia 94/112 193/112 192
Cuba 26811
Curaçao 112 114 444444
Cyprus 112/199
Czech Republic 112/155 112/150 112/158
Congo, Democratic Republic of/Zaïre local numbers only
D       TOP medical fire police
Denmark 112
Djibouti 351351 18 17
Dominica, Commonwealth of 999
Dominican Republic 911/112
E       TOP medical fire police
East Timor 112
Easter Island 100-215 100-264 100-244
Ecuador 911 911/102 911/101
Egypt 123 180 112
El Salvador 911
England 112/999
Equatorial Guinea local numbers only
Eritrea local numbers only
Estonia 112
Ethiopia 92 93 91
F       TOP medical fire police
Faeroe Islands (Denmark) 112
Falkland Islands 999
Fiji 911 9170 911
Finland 112
France 112/15 112/18 112/17
French Guiana 112/15 112/18 112/17
French Polynesia 15 18 17
G       TOP medical fire police
Gabon 1300-1399 18 1730
Gaborone 997/911 998 999
Gambia, The 16 18 17
Georgia 113 111 122
Germany 112 112 112/110
Ghana 193/999 192/999 191/999
Gibraltar 112/190 112/190 112/199
Greece 112/166 112/199 112/100
Greenland 112 (mobile only)
Grenada 911 911
Guatemala 120 123 110
Guinea local numbers only
Guyana 911/913 911/912 911
H       TOP medical fire police
Haiti 118 114
Herzegovina 112/104/94/124 112/105/93/123 112/107/92/122
Honduras 199
Hong Kong 999/112 mobile
Hungary 112/104 112/105 112/107
I       TOP medical fire police
Iceland 112
India 102 101 100
Indonesia 118/119 113 110
Iran 115 125 110
Iraq local numbers only
Ireland, Republic of 112/999
Isle of Man 999
Israel 101 102 100
Italy 112/118 112/115 112/113
J       TOP medical fire police
Jamaica 110 110 119
Japan 119 119 110
Jersey 999
Jordan 911/112
K       TOP medical fire police
Kazakhstan 112/103 112/101 112/102
Kenya 999
Kiribati 994
Kosovo 911
Korea, The Democratic People’s Republic of (North Korea) 119/112
Korea, The Republic of (South Korea) 119 119 112
Kuwait 112
Kyrgyzstan 103
L       TOP medical fire police
Laos local numbers only
Latvia 112/03 112/01 112/02
Lebanon 140 175 112/999
Lesotho 121 122 123/124
Liberia 911 mobile only
Libya 193
Liechtenstein 112
Lithuania 112
Luxembourg 112 112 112/113
M       TOP medical fire police
Macau 999
Macedonia, Republic of 112/194 112/193 112/192
Madagascar 118 117
Madeira 112
Malawi 998 999 997
Malaysia 999/112
Maldives Republic 102
Mali 15 17 18
Malta 112
Marianas Island 911
Marshall Islands 625 4111 625 8666
Martinique 15 18 17
Mauritania 118 117
Mauritius 999
Mayotte 15
Menorca 112 112 112/091
México 065/911 068/911 066/911
Micronesia, Federated States of local numbers only
Moldavia 112/903 112/901 112/902
Monaco 112
Mongolia 103 101 102
Montenegro 112/124 112/123 112/122
Montserrat 911 999
Morocco 15 15 19
Moyotte 15
Mozambique 117 198 119
Myanmar 191
N       TOP medical fire police
Namibia 2032276 2032270 1011
Nauru local numbers only
Nepal 102 101 100/103
Netherlands (Holland) 112
Netherlands Antilles 112
New Caledonia 18 18 17
New Zealand 111
Nicaragua 118
Niger local numbers only
Nigeria 199
Niue 999
Norfolk Island 911 955 977
Northern Ireland 113 110 112
Norway 113 110 112
O       TOP medical fire police
Oman 999
P       TOP medical fire police
Pakistan 115 16 15
Palau 911
Palestine 101 101 100
Panama 911
Papua New Guinea /Port Moresby 1102 0002
Paraguay 911
Peru 117 116 105
Philippines 117/911/112
Pitcairn Islands no telephone system
Poland 112/999 112/998 112/997
Portugal 112 (117 for wildland fires)
Puerto Rico 911
Q       TOP medical fire police
Qatar 999
R       TOP medical fire police
Réunion 15/112 18 17
Romania 112
Russia 112
Russian Federation 03/911/112 01/911/112 02/911/112
Rwanda 112
S       TOP medical fire police
Sabah (Borneo) 999
Samoa 999
San Marino 118 115 113
São Tomé and Principe local numbers only
Saudi Arabia 997 998 999
Scotland 112/999
Scilly, Isles of 999
Senegal local numbers only
Serbia 112/194 112/193 112/192
Seychelles 999
Sierra Leone 999 019 999
Singapore 995 995 999
Slovak Republic (Slovakia) 112/155 112/150 112/158
Slovenia 112 112 112/113
Solomon Islands 999
Somalia local numbers only
South Africa 10177 10111 10111
South Africa (Cape Town) 107
S. Georgia Is./ S. Sandwich Is. no telephone system
Srpska, Republic of 124 123 122
Spain 112
Sri Lanka 110 111 118/119
St Eustatius 140
St Eustatius 911
St Helena 911
St Kitts & Nevis 911
St Lucia 999/911
St Maarten 911/542-2111 911/120 911/542-2111
St Pierre & Miquelon 15 18 17
St Vincent & the Grenadines 999/911
Sudan 999
Suriname 115
Swaziland 999
Sweden 112
Switzerland 112/144 112/118 112/117
Syrian Arab Republic (Syria) 110 113 112
T       TOP medical fire police
Tahiti – French Polynesia 15
Taiwan (Republic of China) 119 119 110
Tajikistan 112/103 112/101 112/102
Tanzania 112/999
Thailand 1669 199 191
Tibet 120 110
Togo 101
Tonga 911
Trinidad & Tobago 990 990 999
Tunisia 190 198 197
Turkey 112 112/110 112/155
Turkmenistan 03
Turks and Caicos Islands 999/911
Tuvalu/Ellice Is. 911
U       TOP medical fire police
Uganda 112 mobile/999 fixed
Ukraine 112
United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi) 998/999 997 999/112
United Kingdom 112/999
United States 911
Uruguay 911
US Virgin Islands 911
Uzbekistan 03
V       TOP medical fire police
Vanuatu 112
Vatican City 118 115 113
Venezuela 171
Vietnam 115 114 113
W       TOP medical fire police
Wake Island no telephone system
Western Sahara 150
Western Samoa 999
Y       TOP medical fire police
Yemen, Republic of 191 191 194
Z       TOP medical fire police
Zambia 991/112 mobile 993/112 mobile 999/112 mobile
Zimbabwe 994/999 993/999 995/999

 






Dresscode


Many Nightclubs have a dresscode to keep the atmosphere of the club.
Please visit the Nightclub website for their policy.

Nightclubs reserves the right to deny entry if dressed unproperly or improperly conduct






Do you sell second-hand tickets?


We do NOT sell second-hand tickets. We have direct contact with Event Organizers & Club promotors to offer legit tickets.






I can’t add an event?


If you want add your events to Rhythm Travels you’ll need to register for a Promotor Account.

Once registered you and approved you will get access to add events.






How do I receive the revenue from my sold event tickets?


After the ticket sales ended you will be able to request your ticket sales revenue from your Promotor Dashboard straight to your Paypal account.

When using Third-party Ticketing service then no further payment is due to You.

Fees
We charge €1 commission per ticket sold.






1. Log in with your Login Information or create a Promotor Account.
2. Click Add Event or connect your Facebook page to import your events
3. Fill in the Event info & details.
4. Choose Event category
5. Tags: music genres, city, country, event type.
6. Create tickets for sale. or
7. Insert your ticket link
8. Once finished, press Publish.

You can now share the events page with the world!

Contact us if you have further questions at Team (a) RhythmTravels.com

Once you have received your Booking Confirmation to your email you can then check status and extensive information of your itinerary by logging in to CheckMyTrip.com with your Last name and Booking number

Ticket Change

You can change the travel date on most tickets, and route changes are also often possible. Change of travel date or route is always dependent on availability. Most Airlines do not accept change of name.

We need your request minimum 72 hours before your original departure date. If you send your request during weekends the deadline is 96 hours prior to departure.

  • Send us an email with your booking number, Full name and your change request to: Team(a)RhythmTravels.com
  • For the ticket change service Rhythm Travels will charge a fee of 50€ exclusive of Airline fees that may arise. . Depending on the airline and conditions of the ticket you are holding, Rhythm Travels may have to collect an extra airline fee after receiving your request. We will inform you by mail if this is the case.
  • If seats are available within the requested time frame, your ticket will be changed and your original Rhythm Travels reservation will be cancelled automatically. You will receive a confirmation by email, with your new booking. If seats are only available for an extra airline fee, we will ask for your acceptance and payment by email prior to making the change

Travel insurance: simple & flexible

You can buy, extend and claim online, even after you’ve left home. Travel insurance from WorldNomads.com is available to people from over 140 countries. It’s designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities.

7 things you should know about travel insurance from WorldNomads.com

  1. Trusted reliable underwriters
    WorldNomads.com is backed by a suite of strong, secure, specialist travel insurers who provide you with great cover, 24 hour emergency assistance and the highest levels of support and claims management when you need it most.
  2. Value for money with the cover you need
    WorldNomads.com provides cover for what’s important for travellers from over 150 countries. By focussing on what you need and leaving out what you don’t, World Nomads prices are some of the most competitive online.
  3. Flexibility when you need it most
    Had a change of plans? You can extend your policy or claim online while you are still away. You can even buy a World Nomads policy if you’re already travelling.
  4. Cover for a range of adventure activities
    From skiing & snowboarding in New Zealand to whitewater rafting in Colorado, WorldNomads.com covers a range of adventure activities, giving you peace of mind to get the most from your travels.
  5. World Nomads keeps you travelling safely
    All WorldNomads.com members have access to up-to-date travel safety alerts, as well as travel safety advice and tips online through the World Nomads Travel Safety Hub.
  6. More than just great value travel insurance
    All WorldNomads.com members can learn the local lingo through a series of iPod & iPhone Language Guides and can stay in touch with family and friends with an online travel journal.
  7. Commitment to exceptional customer service
    We want to make sure you get the most from WorldNomads.com. You can find out more about why travel insurance is important for your trip. If you have any questions about your travel insurance or travel safety in general, please contact WorldNomads.com directly.

Be prepared for the Festival with our Festival Checklist & Advices!

Visa Information
Do I need a visa?
It is important that you in good time before departure check what applies in the case of a visa for that or the destinations you will visit. Note that in some cases it may require a visa even with a stopover in a country.

Please contact your local embassy for more information.

Vaccination
Need I be vaccinated?
What vaccinations required is dependent on the particular trip duration, destination and if you have been vaccinated you. Consult your doctor or immunization clinic to get information about what is available for your trip.

Personal Information & Contact person
When traveling keep a document with your full Name, Social security number, Allergies, Medication, Diseases, Country of residence and contact info to a close person back home if something would happen. USB sticks with the information are good to have as well.

Documents
Scan and copy all major documents as passport and visas, travel insurance etc,. Keep scanned documents on your USB stick!

Phone Numbers
Keep Phone numbers to local embassy, police friends and family not only in your cellphone but preferably in your notebook, a piece of paper or USB Stick.

Embassy
Research where nearest embassy of your country is. Keep phone number and address.

Travel Insurance
We suggest you to buy a travel insurance with WorldNomad just in case if an accident occur. It can become extremely costly if anything would to occur and it could be life saving.

European Health Insurance Card
Is a free card that gives you access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 27 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Visit The European Commission website for more information.

Stimulants
We know a lot of people use stimulants during events. We do NOT condone any use of it or criminal activity as some stimulants are illegal. You will have to deal with criminals that live by their own laws, on your own risk.

We advocate SELF-CONTROL when using stimulants. Control yourself and your environment for less accidents to occur. Stay Safe!

Respect
Respect other cultures, beliefs and HOME!, Your destination is someones home.

Spread joy and receive joy!

Know your rights as a passenger!

Europe:
http://www.airpassengerrights.eu

United States:
http://www.dot.gov/airconsumer