Wow this has brought amazing attention! Now I’m being completely long-biased here. Just scrolling across the earth to find some airports, but not much detail, more just random ideas:
EBBR Brussels: Offers many long hauls, and short hauls. Has a terminal system with taxiway similar to KDEN, and enough txiways to support large quantities of traffic. Must he aware that there is no exit taxiway at the end of 07R.
LEBL Barcelona: An airport that is very underrated, yet manages to keep itself in the charts. although LEBL was featured yesterday (I forgot 🤦♂️), and was mainly for arriving aircraft, it would be great to see multiple Transatlantic flights from across Ameriva come to this 2 Terminal Airport.
LIRF Rome: Rome Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumincino airport is a massive airport with much more traffic than first thought. With 74 countries served, and 2541 departures recorded each week, this airport serves many European airlines and destinations.
LOWW Vienna: Vienna is one massive airport, seen as a featured airport before in the ATC Schedule, we’ve missed out on this for a long time.
LTFM Istanbul: With the addition of the new A350, this new airport is a must be for a FNF, with massive airport supports many approach patterns, and heavy arriving and departing aircraft, with an easy transition from gates to runways.
LLBG Tel Aviv: The smallest of airports so far, with not too many exits from he runways, this airport would he fun to control, as well as this being an unseen airport for a very long time. This airport serves flights all across Europe with many airlines from El Al to British Airways to Easyjet ro Transavia, to many others. Tel Aviv has a large portion of the airport dedicated to Cargo and Geberal Aviation, providing many options to a wide variety of pilots.
OOMS Muscat: Home to Oman Air, this large airport serves many routes to the Middle East, such as Doha, Dubai, Bahrain, Ridyah, and Abu Dhabi. This airport operates the Emirates A380 and the Flydubai 737-800 on a 40 minute flight to Dubai, providing many short flights with a variety of aircraft.
VRMM Male: This Maldivian airport hosts many flights across the globe, such as Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Istanbul, Rome, London, and many more… This airport during peak time serves about 2 departures every 10-15 minutes, which for the size of this airport is full. This definitely wouldn’t support an FNF, but could be added in as a featured airport in the schedule.
VHXX Kai Tak: Probably the best and worst airport in this list. Kai Tak is Hong Kong’s previous International Airport, now being turned into apartments, docks, and parks, served many flights with the old 747’s. Kai Tak’s most famous feature is it’s approach. The approach consists of a East final across the Hong Kong bay, before a sharp right turn onto final around a mile away from landing. This depends on the approach path. I imagine many inbound will crash, so a TFR must be put in place, as well as an approach controller as active as they possible can be, and aircraft departing/arriving must be given a ‘left traffic’ or a ‘enter right base’ to the ruwnay facing the City.
ZGGG Guangzhou: This massive underatted airport in China, just North of Hong Kong, is an undeveloped airport in IF (missing a whole terminal) that serves 194 airports in 43 countries, with 4,927 weekly scheduled flights. This airport also has a massive Cargo area.
ZUCK Chonqing: This Chinese airport is once again, a massive international airport with 2 completely separate terminals. They serve 158 airports in 27 countries, with 3,297 weekly scheduled flights.
ZSNJ Nanjing: Another large Chinese airport lol. We are missing out on China ☹.
ZSAM Xiamen: Home to Xiamen Air, a rarely used aircraft in the game 😪.
America I’ll leave lol my fingers ache. I’ll ad photos later.