If you could choose a FNF, where would it be?

Hey everybody. I’m just curious, what airport would you chose for an FNF if you could chose? This will probably not be chosen for an FNF. But I’m just curious. I would chose KPIT. That’s because it is my home airport. It has plenty of gates, a lot of domestic destinations, and a little bit of international destinations. And it’s a super nice airport! I can’t wait to see what you would want!


Definitely Brussels!

3 runways and a lot of gates, perfect for a FNF.


Columbus, Ohio (KCMH)!!! My home airport and I love it

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DAB, a GA flyout

I’d want to see a FNF that would cover an area. My choice would be Florida and maybe Atlanta as an extra hub.

Newark, New Jersey!


Because I’m biased: Riga.


Charlotte, North Carolina, my home base for spotting. We have 4 runways from a visual perspective, but one is at an awkward landing angle. The one runway at an awkward angle is not operational at the moment IRL, but this is flight sim so we can bend the rules.

RDU, Kyushu Area…

Charlotte or london city would be nice with all the regional flights

I would love to have a FNF in North Korea 🇰🇵


Sydney basin: Sydney airport (YSSY), Bankstown (YSBK), Holsworthy (YSHW), Richmond RAAF base (YSRI) and Camden (YSCN).


Orlando would be nice

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Yeah it would. Orlando has an easy approach

I would love to see a Brussels FNF!!!

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I’d like to see one in the Bay Area!

San Francisco (SFO/KSFO) would be a great choice because it has many long hauls to over 30 different countries! It also has many short hauls, with the most-flown route to Los Angeles! The airport serves carriers from all 3 major alliances, and also has 4 runways, so it would be nice to see the airport busier. There has been an FNF recently in San Francisco, but, I would like one at all 3 airports in the Bay!

San Jose (SJC/KSJC) is a great choice for short and medium haul flights, such as flights to Baltimore, Orlando, and Newark. There are also plenty of short, inter-California hops to Los Angeles, Burbank, Long Beach, San Diego, and more! San Jose also has over 80 GA gates, which makes the possibilities endless!

Oakland (OAK/KOAK) is a cargo and low cost carrier airport, serving airlines like Spirit, Allegiant, and cargo carriers like FedEx. The airport has a couple long hauls with Norwegian (although they are moving to San Francisco) and lots of long hauls with FedEx!

If there was an FNF for all 3 airports, some secondary ones would be Las Vegas (the busiest route from Oakland), Seattle (one of the top destinations from San Francisco), San Diego (one of the busiest from San Jose), and nearby cities like Portland, Denver, and Phoenix!


I would love for London Heathrow or I don luton to have an FNF

I think we should have a Military FNF and a great place would PAED. I don’t remember when was the last time we had a Military FNF, but I know it was a long time.


New airport of Beijing: ZBAD.


100% Brussels Zaventem (EBBR) or Antwerp Deurne (EBAW), I’m à Belgian boi xD.

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