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Turkish Airlines to feature the Super Bowl final live on its flights

Posted 2 February 2018 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines passengers will be able to watch the Super Bowl LII, the final game of the National Football League, live on all flights with Internet connection on February 04, 2018.

"We not only carry our guests to the most countries worldwide, but we also aim to bring them the experience of a lifetime by delivering them not only superb quality of service but also excellent in-flight entertainment. We are once again excited to offer the experience of watching the Super Bowl, the most watched show in U.S. TV history, live on Turkish Airlines flights. I am also delighted to announce that our new commercial video starring famous heart surgeon and TV personality Dr. Oz will also be broadcast for the first time during the Super Bowl commercial break, marking the launch of our Five Senses campaign." Ahmet Olmuştur, chief marketing officer (CMO) of Turkish Airlines.

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