FUN FRIDAY: Air Serbia Introduce Own Theme Song

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia recently launched its very own theme song, titled “The Wings of Europe”, especially dedicated to the carrier and its passengers.

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia recently launched its very own theme song, titled “The Wings of Europe”, especially dedicated to the carrier and its passengers.

The music has been composed exclusively for Air Serbia by renowned musician Sanja Ilić, and was first heard onboard Air Serbia’s aircraft.

The airline is set to roll out its new theme on all occasions and activities to become an integral part of the airline’s everyday life.

Dane Kondić, Chief Executive Officer of Air Serbia, said: “Sanja Ilić & Balkanika are no strangers to Air Serbia, as their music has already become a part of the overall guest experience onboard our aircraft. Their music has been with us since the launch of our airline. We are grateful that, for the first time in the airline’s history, we now have music composed specifically for us, with our origin and values in mind that will serve as a form of expression of the soul of our flag carrier wherever we go.”

Ilić is one of the most prominent composers in the region, and is well known for composing numerous songs for a great amount of Serbian performers.

“This is a project very close to our hearts and, therefore, of great responsibility. It certainly is special when an artist gets the chance to express a nation and its various facets, and a company which represents this through music. Our land offers an abundance of inspiration,” added Sanja Ilić.

You can listen to "The Wings of Europe" in the video below:


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