We’ve published a list of Seaplane bases in the article here.
I have not seen a list of “High-Detail” features and thought I would offer one up J.
There are two features touted as “High-Detail”; airports and cities. It is a bit trickier to come up with this list than one might think though. The definition is a tad confusing especially for cities. So let me explain.
High-detail airports are airports that are not auto-generated by canned facilities information and instead have custom facilities data. They are also supposed to be next to a city that has some custom level of detail but I haven’t full cross-correlated the two lists to make sure that is completely true.
Here is a list of the High-Detail Airports that I found by working with our data-tech Travis Crowell:
United States IL, Chicago – Chicago-O’Hare Intl
United States VA, Washington – Ronald Reagan Washington Natl
United States CA, San Francisco – San Francisco Intl
United States CA, Los Angeles – Los Angeles Intl
United States FL, Miami – Miami Intl
Australia NSW, Sydney – Kingsford Smith Intl
Mexico , Mexico City – Lic Benito Juarez Intl
United States MI, Detroit – Detroit Metro Wayne Co
United States MA, Boston – Logan Intl
United States NV, Las Vegas – McCarran Intl
Brazil , Rio De Janeiro – Santos Dumont
Denmark , Copenhagen – Kastrup
Japan , Tokyo – Narita Intl
Korea , Seoul/Incheon – Incheon Intl
Netherlands Antilles , St Maarten I – Princess Juliana Intl
United States NC, Kill Devil Hills – First Flight
Sweden , Stockholm – Arlanda
Spain , Madrid – Barajas
United States MN, Minneapolis – Minneapolis-St Paul Intl
Canada BC, Vancouver – Vancouver Intl
France , Paris – Charles-de-Gaulle
United States GA, Atlanta – Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta I
Guadeloupe , St Martin I – Grand Case
United States AZ, Phoenix – Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl
United States TX, Dallas-Ft Worth – Dallas-Ft Worth Intl
United States NY, New York – Kennedy Intl
Canada ONT, Toronto – Toronto/Pearson Intl
China , Beijing – Beijing Capital
United States CO, Denver – Denver Intl
United States AK, Anchorage – Stevens Anchorage Intl
United States MO, St Louis – Lambert-St Louis Intl
Norway , Oslo – Gardermoen
Italy , Rome – Fiumicino
United States WI, Oshkosh – Wittman Regl
United Kingdom , London – Heathrow
United States WA, Seattle – Seattle-Tacoma Intl
New Zealand , Auckland – Auckland Intl
Finland , Helsinki – Vantaa
Germany , Frankfurt/Main – Frankfurt/Main
Taiwan , Taipei – Chiang Kai Shek Intl
United States CA, Edwards – Edwards AFB
United States UT, Salt Lake City – Salt Lake City Intl
Netherlands , Amsterdam – Schiphol
Hong Kong SAR , Hong Kong – Hong Kong Intl
Brazil , Rio De Janeiro – Galeao-Antonio C Jobim Intl
Germany , Berlin – Tempelhof
United States NV, Reno – Reno/Stead
United States CA, Edwards – Edwards AF Aux North Base
Bold airports are only available in Deluxe.
Yellow highlighted airports are added in Acceleration.
That’s 39 in Standard, 44 in Deluxe, and 48 with Acceleration added to Deluxe. That appears to be 1 less than what the web site marketing blurbs are claiming, I honestly don’t know if my list is missing 1 or if the blurb is off by 1.
So the 5+ sceneries I mention in my post on Acceleration features are actually:
· 3 airport/facilities locations being Tempelhof, Reno, and Edwards ( with 2 airports at the Edwards location )
· 2 scenery locations ( Istanbul, Longleat )
· plus the 3M LIDAR scenery at Mt St Helens.
Cities are a bit harder to classify. It appears there are quite a few cities that have custom objects but that don’t rise to the level of “High-Detail” and there are the odd random single objects sprinkled around. With that being the case, I erred on the side of completeness and am listing everywhere I found that a custom object existed.
There may be more, but this is the list of custom objects I found by working with our data-tech Travis Crowell:
Cities with more than 1 custom object:
Latin America ( 3 )
Rio de Jeneiro
Europe ( 30 )
US ( 9 )
Africa, Middle East ( 7 )
Asia ( 16 )
Australia & NZ ( 7 )
Canada ( 5 )
So that is 77 cities with more than 1 custom object.
3+16+3+3+6+5+2 of those have 10 or more custom objects, which equals 38, so perhaps that is the metric the web site blurb uses. I cannot break down which 28 of these are in Standard and which additional 10 are in Deluxe, sorry about that. Those counts are in order, in the (LA+EU+US+AME+ASIA+ANZ+CANADA) geographies
Additional single custom objects are located in:
Cambridge, Canterbury, Birmingham, Oxford
Abbey Mont St Michel
And in addition there are 20 stadiums and misc objects in Japan, 4 of them are at the Tanegashima Space Center.
That should give people a real great list of places to fly and check out what custom objects are at these locations.