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Posting a comment

Jim Davidson and the rest of the Farelogix flight crew want to know what you think and invite you to ask a question, make a comment or even better, engage in constructive debate.

Although comments will be published automatically, they will be reviewed to ensure they meet the commenting guidelines outlined below. We have the right to remove any comments posted which are not in accordance with these guidelines.

Note: The views and opinions stated in a comment are those of the person(s) posting the comment and do not represent the views and/or opinions of Farelogix unless they are posted by a Farelogix representative.

Comment guidelines

Be yourself. Include your name with your comment. Anonymous comments may be removed. Impersonating others or submitting a comment or question on behalf of someone else without disclosure is not allowed.

Be relevant. Contribute to the community by keeping your comments relevant to the original blog post and the conversation that ensues.

Be nice. You may challenge Jim’s point of view but personal attacks on him or anyone else are not welcome here. Any comments that are abusive, hateful, defamatory or use bad language, will be removed.

Be original. All copyright laws must be followed and your comment must be your own. You may share someone else’s ideas provided you have permission to do so and provide attribution.

Be a good netizen. Comments that break the law or encourage bad behavior are not allowed. Don’t knowingly share any content with a virus or other harmful component.

Be generous. By posting a comment on this blog, you’re giving Jim and Farelogix permission to post, use, reproduce or share it provided he gives proper attribution.

Be smart. Comments that include any personal information in the body, such as phone numbers and e-mail addresses may not be posted. Email addresses collected in the comment form will not be made public or shared with third parties unless required by law.

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