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Airline creates aviation-themed virtual backgrounds for your video conferences

/ 10:45 PM April 16, 2020
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Image: United Airlines via AFP Relaxnews

Aviation buffs who want to shake up their Zoom meetings can now download new backgrounds that replicate aircraft cockpits and airplane seats, 35,000 feet in the air.

With offices gone digital and video conferencing the new normal, people have been getting creative with their virtual office backgrounds.

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Enter United Airlines, which has released new airplane-themed backgrounds that can be used for Zoom conferences and meetings.

COVID-19 derail a business trip with colleagues a plane-ride away? There’s a background of a window seat overlooking the airplane wing above the clouds.

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Piloting the meeting? There’s also a virtual background of an airplane cockpit.

Other travel-themed backgrounds include the cockpit of the fighter jet from “Top Gun” and the Starship Enterprise. JB

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TOPICS: aircraft, COVID-19, Top Gun, video conference, ZOOM
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