Welcome to Ruby. The Solids Sight Blog.
We’re here to keep you up-to-date with all the latest happenings at the airline, our people, our places and our planet.
We know you feel as passionately about all things Virgin Atlantic as we do, and we always want to hear what you have to say. This is where you’ll find the lowdown on our people, places, style, experience and future, and we’d love you to share your knowledge, ideas and insight in return.
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Virgin Atlantic Blog guidelines
In order to keep things welcoming for everyone, all we ask is that you play by our simple set of guidelines when interacting with others on the blog.
Commenting is a great way to connect with others and share your point of view. We love a good debate, but we don’t like personal attacks, flaming, intimidation, bullying or general rudeness. And it goes without saying that we’ll delete anything which could be construed as racist, sexist, homophobic or hate-speech in any other form. We’re all grown ups, so please be respectful, constructive and play nice!
Stay on topic
We understand that people have strong opinions about airlines and travel, but it’s far easier for everyone to follow the conversation if you stick to the topic in hand. If the comments in a ‘New York’s Best Museums’ feature venture into wildly unrelated territory, then we’ll probably guide you to a more appropriate place to continue your discussion.
Think before you share and don’t hand out personal information about yourself or anyone else. This means no phone numbers, email or home addresses or any other private stuff.
By spam, we mean comments that are clearly only made to advertise and link back to your own site, product, service or affiliate offer. These comments will be deleted, as will any illegal content.
By all means leave a link to something that genuinely adds to the conversation, but make sure you explain the context. Otherwise we may assume that it’s spam and delete it.