Flight ticket details

Nice of you to book me the flight tickets to the conference! I appreciate it. Here are the numbers and data you need for ticket booking and various border bureaucracies around the world.

I am flying out from Berlin (the BER airport, Berlin-Brandenburg) unless I have clearly said otherwise. (Sometimes, I fly directly between conferences.)

I am a citizen of Sweden and a resident of Berlin, Germany.

My Schengen National ID Card number is 74100966, issued in Sweden, valid through December 1, 2026. I use that as identification when flying within the European Schengen area.

My Swedish passport number is 36716337 and it is issued by Sveriges Ambassad Berlin (The Swedish Embassy in Berlin). It is valid through December 1, 2026.

My full name is Mr. Rick Falkvinge. I was born in Lundby, Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden on January 21, 1972 to parents Mr. Hasse Augustsson and Mrs. Helena Augustsson. The passport lists my birthplace as Lundby. My Swedish personal ID number is 720121–4819.

My home address and phone number (some airlines request this) is:
Rick Falkvinge
Rathausstraße 4
DE-10178 Berlin

Phone +46 708 303600 (yes, a Swedish number, not German). It is a mobile.

I prefer Star Alliance flights (SAS, Lufthansa, United Airlines/Continental, Brussels Airlines, etc) with frequent flyer card SAS EuroBonus 613 702 349, or as a secondary preference, OneWorld flights (British Airways, American Airlines, Canadian Airlines, etc) with frequent flyer card British Airways Executive Club 40 792 592.

Seating preference is anything but middle seats (either window or aisle). Low-carb dietary requirements. Please avoid early morning flights (as in departing before 1000).

Business class tickets on intercontinental flights, cheapest possible non-Ryanair ticket otherwise. If there’s doubt what counts as “intercontinental”, use 5+ hours as a general guideline.