I'm not exactly sure if this is the right forum for such a discussion, but I'll bring it up.
I can recall in the recent past, and probably currently, CO and DL jousting one another in the NYC area in their advertisements and billboards in terms of one another's trans-Atlantic dominance. My question is whether this habit occurs in other cities; I.e. AA and UA in the Chicago area. If anyone can provide some more insight on the subject, please enlighten me. Also, if anyone can provide some tag lines used to indirectly suggest an airlines upper-hand, that would be great; I.E. Southwest using their "No Baggage Fee's" to their benefit; CO "Change is: What you get back from a twenty when you buy a meal on those OTHER airlines," to indicate their meal service on flights >2 hours, ect.
[Edited 2009-03-04 10:52:54]