Turkish Airlines Returns to the Super Bowl With a 30-Second Spot

It will air in the first quarter

Above is a still from Turkish Airline's upcoming Super Bowl spot. Turkish Airlines
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Turkish Airlines will once again have a spot in the Super Bowl.

The airline will have a 30-second spot in the first quarter of the game, which will air on CBS next month.

“As the first Turkish brand to advertise during this sporting event watched from every corner of the globe, Turkish Airlines has delighted audiences since 2016 with their inspiring and original commercials,” said a spokeswoman for the brand in an email confirming the airline’s appearance.

In 2016, Turkish Airlines partnered with DC’s Batman Vs. Superman film for a pre-game spot featuring Ben Affleck. In 2017, the company made its first in-game appearance with a spot starring Morgan Freeman. Last year, Dr. Oz was front and center.

 Creative details, the agencies behind the ad or any other information was not immediately available, as the company’s spokeswoman declined to share further information. 

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@KristinaMonllos kristina.monllos@adweek.com Kristina Monllos is a senior editor for Adweek.