And, to be fair, you do have them - KLAX, KSFO, KDEN, KJFK, EGLL, LFPG, RKSI, OMDB, VABB, FAOR, even TNCM (not a hub, but super iconic). And more coming (like LTFM which was confirmed recently). You therefore have quite a wide choice of routes from the hubs, vs. fewer from the GA perspective.
Also given this week’s FNF, of the hub-and-spoke model, you have several choices to fly to from hubs. No one’s forcing you to operate an A333 from Bora Bora.
I’m sure the GA and military community can do with some love as well, though. And given that Infinite Flight has chosen to work differently from other sims who usually focus on hubs first and add GA/military locations as an afterthought, this is quite honestly a refreshing change to see. Plus I’m sure it’s easier to create buildings for smaller airports than large hubs which need a lot more attention to detail.
Focusing on smaller, and more undiscovered ‘global’ locations than just the hubs has been pretty much at the core of Infinite Flight’s strategy so far, even when it comes to ATC. That’s why the new regions system was introduced, so more flexibility could be achieved in terms of choices of airports. The airliner perspective may be the ‘dominant’ perspective in Infinite Flight, but that doesn’t mean the other perspectives (military, GA etc.) should be an afterthought. :)
Is everyone gonna be happy with it? Of course not. But a lot of people are, and like Bruce (Drummer) said, it does make people pretty happy to see some of their home airports and favourite ones being added.
Be patient, the hubs will come. :)