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Air Traffic Icons
Simple Flat Icons for infographics (PPT vector symbols)
Air Traffic Icons
The PowerPoint slide is titled "Air Traffic Icons" and showcases a collection of stylized icons related to aviation and air travel. These icons represent various aircraft and aspects of the airport experience, including an airplane, control tower, customs, and a customs officer. The presence of icons such as one for delayed flights indicates the slide could be used to discuss a range of topics from logistics to customer service within the air travel industry.
- The slide background is split into two primary colors: light gray on the left and dark blue on the right.
- A series of simple, flat-design icons are arranged in two rows and three columns on the gray area, with three additional icons on the blue area.
- Each icon is a stylized representation of various air traffic elements; aeroplanes in different orientations, a control tower, toll area with a barrier, and a figure representing a customs officer.
- The icons are depicted with a consistent monochrome color scheme on the gray background and vibrant colors on the dark blue background.
- The words "Fully editable" are displayed in a white text box in the top right corner of the blue area.
- The phrase "Suitable for dark background" is shown in a smaller text box at the bottom right of the slide.
The slide's design is modern and minimalistic, focusing on visual representations through icons. The contrasting background colors suggest that these icons can be utilized effectively against both light and dark backdrops in presentation materials.
- In presentations for airport operations management to illustrate different areas of focus, such as flight operations, airport services, and security procedures.
- During airline staff trainings to visually represent different roles or aspects of air travel that staff should be familiar with.
- As part of an investor pitch by aviation companies to highlight the various components of the air travel experience that their business addresses.
- In travel industry conferences or workshops to facilitate discussions on how to improve airport efficiency, customer service, or resolve common aviation issues like delayed and overbooked flights.