|Quoting Airwave (Reply 5):|
BA's "We'll take more care of you."
That always sounded really odd to me. Is it correct British English?
|Quoting Carduelis (Reply 12):|
The above expression was the result of the merged BOAC/BEA into the British Airways as a comparative continuation of BOAC's long standing slogan 'BOAC takes good care of you'
|Quoting Ardian (Reply 11):|
BTW: Am I the only one who thinks the slogan from the SIA commercials is quite weird?
|Quoting Lincoln (Reply 9):|
My vote goes to "Good Goes Around" -- and I can seldom resist the urge to tack on "but great landed on the first try"
American's "We Know Why You Fly" is a close second, IMHO, because it just creaps me out in a Big Brother-kind of way ("Who told you why I'm flying? I don't want you to know why I'm flying!) (What was wrong with "Something Special in the Air" or even "Doing what We Do Best")
|Quoting Antoniemey (Reply 4):|
"At American Airlines, we know it's the destination, not the flight."
|Quoting Vasu (Reply 10):|
"We don't smile because we're serious about making you happy" ?
|Quoting Komododx (Reply 15):|
I hate United's "It's time to fly." Well, most of the times I see the commercial, it isn't. It's actually time to get my ass off the couch and go take a shower and then go to class. Besides, UA doesn't even fly in TLH, but the commercials are always on tv. And don't even get me started on those stupid cartoons!