Well people, I got lots to say here.
First off, many people fly their jets, especially pre-global, to random places and all they care about is the runway length.
Second, no offence, IF is sometimes unrealistic. I mean, the graphics are great, just where people FLY to, this is what I mean.
So, to avoid someone hauling an A320 into a GA airport, let’s make a list! For airports in your area(that the runway is long enough), see if there is gates, wide taxiways, hangers, etc.!
Let me start: KDWH-Dwayne Hooks, USA, TX
And just because-KNUC-San Clemente AIR FORCE BASE, USA, CA
What about you? If you have any please reply or if you have a long list PM me!
Any Airport With Numbers in the Code
Credit to @C_Baccari
EDHI - (Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport)
Hamburg Finkenwerder is a privately owned airport, which is operated by Airbus exclusively and houses one of their production plants.
The airport has a 10,443 foot long runway and a few gates but is not for commercial airline traffic!
Credit to @Aviationluver
EGLC - (London City Airport)
The largest aircraft certified to land at London City is the mighty A318. This doesn’t mean that 737s can fly into London City due to the steep approach of 5.5°.
Credit to @Kiz
EGNS - (Isle Of Man)
Handles mainly Prop aircraft but we get some Jets (e.g easyJet)
Heres a list of what planes in IF you can fly here:
Dash 8 Q400
All GA aircraft
Credit to @xXSneezyWeezyXx
KACT - (Waco Regional Airport, Waco,Texas)
No details provided. If you have some I would love something here!
Credit to @Delta_Alpha_Lima
KAPA - (Centennial, USA, CO)
General Aviation, runway can handle 737, no facilities to de-board
Credit to @Joseph_Krol
KASE - (Aspen/Pitkin County, CO, USA)
KBFI - (Seattle Boeing Field)
Strictly for Boeing to test aircraft and the Cessna 208 by Kenmore Air (and sometimes Netjets’s CCX)
Credit to @CathayPacific
KFRG - (Farmingdale Republic)
Only corporate and General Aviation aircraft.
Cessna Citation X
Credits to @FlyFi
KHPN - (White Plains/Westchester County)
New York area. Mostly gets CRJs ERJs and largest normal plane is A320
Credit to @Jeffrey1o2
KITH - (Tompkins Regional Airport)
Usually gets now e145s but used to have 737-700 service
Credit to @William_Chin
KLEX - (Blue Grass Airport)
KLEX has a 7004 ft runway, but the largest aircraft it has is an a320-212, occasionally a 738.
Credit to @SouthwestFan
KLGA - (La Guardia, NY, USA)
La Guardia is an airport in Queens, NYC.
Aircraft allowed at KLGA:
Dash 8 Q400
Boeing 767-300(Maximum Size)
Credit to @Lucas_Piedra
KMKC - (Charels B Wheeler Downtown, Kansas City, MO)
KMKC is a mid-size GA airport in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri that can handle a 737BBJ. Sometimes sport charters will fly 737’s there. The longest runway is 6827x150 feet. There is no scheduled commercial flights and there is no gates.
Credit to @Ashton_Liberty
KSNA - (John Wayne/Orange County Airport)
KSNA is my home and airport and our primary traffic is 737s. 757s also regularly come in and it can handle a 767 and 777, but are banned due to restrictions, so not really is it a airport that doesn’t have a 737
Credit to @fernozzle
YBAF - (Archerfield Airport)
Archerfield is used for General aviation and pilot train. No airlines land at this airport. GA only
YSRI (Richmond RAAF Base)
Richmond (YSRI) is a military base. C-130s, jets and the C17 operate out of this airport. By @panther
Please use the format of the HIDE DETAILS so it doesnt take up 2,000 lines of space
Also dont edit mistakes, comment and let me know instead
Latest update: Credits for airport additions and KLGA, KBFI, KSWF, ?FRG, KMKC, and ?ITH added as well