Frutiger Sans Serif Font is a humanist typeface . It was designed by Swiss designer Adrian Frutiger. He created this typeface in 1968 for sign systems of the Charles De Gaulle Airport “Paris”. Very clear and recognition from much distance, this sans-serif typeface is a perfect font for the specific legibility need of the airport signage.
He expanded the font family for D.Spempel AG with the Linotype foundry and It became a complete font family and kept the name, Frutiger Font. It is good for display tasks such as logos, Posters, Banners, and many more. This font family contains 19 styles and nine weights including Regular, Bold, Italic, Black, Light, and so on. This typeface has extensive language support including Latin Extended, French, Russian, and many more.
This font family is also popular for its Arabic and Roman alphabets. This is presently available in the Product of Microsoft such as Microsoft Word. The styling of the typeface is quite similar to the Telsa font. This is also highly used on many notable websites and many other Organizations adopted this font for their regular designs.