The whole point of this campaign is to show the convenience of Sun Country and the HHH Terminal compared to that of Northwest and the busy Lindbergh Terminal. The campaign is about 'Casting Your Vote' for the option you think is better. The one you're referring to gives: option one as MSP
and option two as MSP
. The latter of the two obviously makes no sense. So they are just advertising their non-stops out of MSP
. Boston could always be a new city, but in this case they are just using it as an example.
Some of the other 'Ballot' options (for those who haven't seen the ads):
Cheeseburger vs. No Cheeseburger ('Nothing 'on the tv ad)
Luggage en Arrival vs. Luggage en Route
Park Close vs. Park Yonder
Smile vs. Poker Face
Leather Seats vs. Seats
Arrive Ready vs. Arrive Crabby
3 Short Lines vs. One Long Line
Now You're Flying Smart.