Another one would be KSLK - Marcy Field (no ICAO -will it be in global?) both in the Adirondack Mountains. It's only about 30 miles, but if you fly the scenic route through the valleys and see Mt. Marcy then you can make it a really nice flight.
What was your route?
MMMX-MMMDMexico City to Merida maybe I was just lucky that they were taking suggestions at the time 😂
Non ICAO airports will be in global - but they won't be edited. Will still have runways + taxiways
OMGGG someone should totally do KIAH-GRU in a United 767 or 787-9 that's my main route;))))))))
Try to use either ICAO or IATA not both :) makes it easier
Talking to me?? Cause if u are I don't know the difference I basically meant Houston bush to São Paulo guarulhos
ICAO is the 4 digit identifier like KLAX or EGLL,whereas the IATA is the 3 digit like LAX or LHR
I just always see people putting K in from of airport names so I just did I it
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh okay that's helps a lot wow I feel dumb😂
I think Sao Paulo is SBGR, but that's just from memory so I could be wrong..
YES that's what it is thank you uhhh it was a blank in my mind
Not sure if this has been tested but has anyone flown from below the -60 degree latitude to above the 60 degree latitude. Just a suggestion since both will be areas where the terrain is said to not be accurate.
A lot. I flew over the geographical north pole yesterday
From below the -60 degree latitude to above the 60 degree latitude. The key is below the negative 60 to above the positive 60. Meaning going from one pole to the other.
That's not true unfortunately. If there is no ICAO code the airport will probably not be in global, exceptions exist, especially airports with FAA identifier
Spotted @Mark_Denton headed north in A F-22 final destination KEDW God speed and happy hunting.
@Jared_Ditcher attempting another really long flight (21 hours roughly)
@DavidCutler just did a cheap stopover at Barcelona and is now of to Italy. @Tom_Grollman where are you going?