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Online spiff23

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #80 on: February 10, 2017, 04:45:23 AM »
As noted...not sure anyone is monitoring this as some of the suggestions don't seem to be appearing, but for the record...

A decent size airport in a sunny tourist spot in Brazil is missing

Porto Seguro  SBPS

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porto_Seguro_Airport

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #81 on: February 10, 2017, 04:51:08 AM »
the airports central to the real-world milk run of UA155 are missing.

These are TKK, PNI, KWA and MAJ. Was trying to re-create the milk run in RC but without success. :)

And if continuing to Island hop over to Palau, the airport on Yap is also missing ;)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yap_International_Airport

(I was also looking for these airports)

If you want to go for historical authenticity, then for the pre Next Gen 737 era, the now closed airport at Johnston Atoll was the stop between Honolulu and Majuro.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnston_Atoll_Airport

 

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #82 on: February 21, 2017, 03:41:24 PM »
Just a request to incorporate an update into airport database for St Vincent.

E. T. Joshua Airport has officially been replaced by Argyle International Airport as of 14 February 2017.

IATA and IACO codes remain the same (IATA: SVD, ICAO: TVSA). The new runway length is 2,743m / 9,000ft.

More info here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._T._Joshua_Airport
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argyle_International_Airport

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #83 on: February 22, 2017, 02:50:18 AM »
I am missing a major international airport in Mexico: Puebla International Airport

IATA: PBC
ICAO: MMPB
Opened: 18th November 1985
Passengers (2016): 383365 (almost exclusively domestic, but some routes to Texas and Costa Rica do exist)
Cargo (2016): 794891kg
Runway: 3600m

Sources for stats (in Spanish): http://www.poblanerias.com/2016/12/aeropuerto-internacional-de-puebla-aumenta-movimiento-de-pasajeros-y-carga-aerea/
Gov-source (2016): http://www.gob.mx/asa/prensa/aeropuerto-hermanos-serdan-de-puebla-incrementa-movimiento-de-pasajeros-y-carga-aerea
« Last Edit: February 22, 2017, 02:53:30 AM by Andre090904 »

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #84 on: March 18, 2017, 02:55:29 PM »
I'm missing an airport in Venezuela, serving the city Guayana. I have difficulties finding stats for the airport but it is serving a more populated area in the country than most other airports that are currently modeled into AWS.

Location
City:        Puerto Ordaz, Bolívar, Venezuela
Near (Alt.):   Ciudad Guayana
Name:   General Manuel Carlos Piar Guayana Airport
ICAO:   SVPR
IATA:   PZO

Details
Type:   Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)
Use:   Public/Civil
Latitude:   8°17'19"N (8.288528)
Longitude:   62°45'37"W (-62.760360)
Datum:   WGS 1984
Elevation:   472 ft (144 m)
Variation:   14.32°W (WMM2015 magnetic declination)
-0.08° annual change
Runways:   1
Longest:   6726 × 148 ft (2050 × 45 m), paved

http://www.greatcirclemapper.net/en/airport/PZO-SVPR-general-manuel-carlos-piar-international-airport.html

Offline qunow

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #85 on: March 18, 2017, 08:24:10 PM »
Chofu airport
IATA: N/A
ICAO: RJTF
Opened: civilian use start from 1955 February
Passengers (2015): 94816, all domestic
Cargo (2015): 55t, all domestic
Runway: originally 1000m, in year 2001 shortened to 800m
Night curfew: summer: 18:00-08:30, winter weekdays: 17:00-08:30, winter holiday: 17:00-10:00
Source: http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001141843.pdf, http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001100500.pdf

Sapporo Okadama
IATA: OKD
ICAO: RJCO
Opened: 1961 open to public
Passengers (2015): 175,908, domestic:175846, international:62
Cargo (2015): nil
Runway: originally 1000m, in 1967 November extended to 1400m, 2004 March 18 extended to 1500m
Night curfew: 20:30-07:30
Source: http://www.okadama-airport.co.jp/airport/, http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001141843.pdf, http://www.cab.mlit.go.jp/tcab/conditions/01_hokkaido/14_okadama.html

Ibaraki
IATA: IBR
ICAO: RJAH
Opened: Available for civil use from 2010 March 11
Passengers (2015): 538227, domestic:392020, internation: 146207
Cargo (2015): 300t, all international
Runway: 2700m
Source: http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001141843.pdf

Nagoya Komaki
IATA: NKM
ICAO: RJNA
Opened: 1952 March 20. It is the "old" NGO/RJNN airport before the current Nagoya centair open in 2005 Feb. After centair opened, it got renamed to Nagoya Airfield or conventionally known as Komaki Airfield and have its code changed to NKM/RJNA.
Passengers (2015): 735114, domestic:734227, international: 837
Cargo (2015): nil
Runway: 2740m (was 2361m till 1983-12-22)
Night curfew: 23-7
Source: http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001141843.pdf

Teniente R. Marsh Airport
IATA: TNM
ICAO: SCRM
Opened: 1980 Feb 12
Runway: 1292m
Source: http://www.gcmap.com/airport/TNM

St. Helena Airport
IATA: HLE
ICAO: FHSH
Opened: 2016
Passengers (2015):/
Cargo (2015): /
Runway: 1950m
Source: http://www.gcmap.com/airport/HLE


location of all airports above can be read from gcmap
« Last Edit: March 18, 2017, 08:49:30 PM by qunow »

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #86 on: April 11, 2017, 10:04:36 AM »
Dubai - Al Maktoum International Airport
IATA: DWC
ICAO: OMDW
Opened: 2010 June 27 for cargo flight, 2011 for flight up to 60 passengers, 2013 official opening
Passengers (2016):850,633
Cargo (2016): 252,300t
Runway: 4500m
Note: Expected to take over DXB in 2020s, which DXB would cease operation at the time with all operations move to DWC
Source: http://m.arabianbusiness.com/dubai-s-second-airport-sees-84-passenger-rise-in-2016-661583.html

Chengdu Tianfu International Airport
IATA: ???
ICAO: Z???
Opening: 2020
Passengers (2025 target): 40,000,000
Passengers (2045 target): 90,000,000
Cargo (2025 target): 700,000t
Cargo (2045 target): 2,000,000t
Runway: 4000m
Note: Complement existing Chengdu airport
Source: http://www.sc.gov.cn/10462/10464/10797/2017/4/11/10419633.shtml https://read01.com/0Qj86D.html

Beijing Daxing International Airport
IATA: ???
ICAO: Z???
Opening: 2019 September
Passengers (2025 target): 72,000,000
Cargo+Mail (2025 target): 2,000,000t
Runway: 3800m
Note: PEK will still open while NAY will be closed to commercial traffic after the opening of Daxing
Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/local/2013-01/13/c_114345681.htm http://news.sina.com.tw/article/20170320/21172338.html

E'zhou Airport (temporary name)
IATA: ???
ICAO: Z???
Opening: by 2020
Passengers (2025 target): 1,500,000
Passengers (2045 target): 15,000,000
Cargo+Mail (2025 target): 2,665,000t
Cargo+Mail (2045 target): 7,652,000t
Runway: 3600m
Source: http://www.ezhou.gov.cn/info/2016/C042280533.htm http://www.hubei.gov.cn/zwgk/szsmlm/shzqb/201604/t20160423_824049.shtml

« Last Edit: September 18, 2017, 04:19:17 PM by qunow »

Offline deovrat

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Missing Airports in India
« Reply #87 on: May 15, 2017, 01:24:28 PM »
Hi Admins,

I'm playing from a base in India, and noticed that while some very small/inoperative airfields (e.g. Agra) are present in the game; some of the bigger ones like Pune (PNQ) and Aurangabad (IXU) are not.

Pune (PNQ): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pune_Airport

Aurangabad (IXU): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurangabad_Airport

Furthermore, accurate data for actual pax demand for all Indian domestic city-pairs is easily available online, and it is given by DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation), which is the aviation regulatory body in India. So if you have enough time, you can model accurate pax demand for every Indian domestic route in your next game iteration.

March 2017 figures are available here: http://dgca.nic.in/pub/month-stats/2017/DOM%20CITYPAIR%20DATA,%20MAR%202017.pdf

Thanks !

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Re: Missing airports Norway
« Reply #88 on: May 27, 2017, 01:53:32 AM »
Svea Airport
Opened: 16. February 1995
IATA: none
ICAO: ENSA
Passengers/Cargo 30 weekly flights from Longyear byen, Svalbard Norway (68pax per day if u do (16x30)/7  )
Runway: 800m
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svea_Airport

Ny-Ĺlesund Airport
Opened: 1962
IATA: none
ICAO: ENAS
Passengers/Cargo 5 weekly flights from Longyear byen, Svalbard Norway
Runway: 808m
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ny-%C3%85lesund_Airport,_Hamnerabben


Would be nice to have them in for those dorniers etc. and since Norwegian airlines cant base outside Norway.

Also should the 50nm limit be removed so its possible to fly between those smaller airports in northern Norway.

« Last Edit: May 27, 2017, 05:23:48 PM by pleym »

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #89 on: May 29, 2017, 04:35:08 AM »
In South Pacific, irl Federation of Micronesia and Marshall Islands have quite a few airports but there are none in the game... And there are also quite a few airports for Kiribati, Niue, and Cook Islands in real life butonly a few have been added in game...

Penrhyn
IATA: PYE
ICAO: NCPY
Opening: 1942
Runway:1700m
Source: http://www.cookislandsairports.com/other-airports/

Manihiki
IATA: MHX
ICAO: NCMH
Opening: 1991
Runway:1470m
Source: http://www.cookislandsairports.com/other-airports/

Aitutaki Airport
IATA: AIT
ICAO: NCAI
Opening: WWII
Runway:1800m
Source: http://www.cookislandsairports.com/introduction/

Marshall Islands International Airport (Majuro)
IATA: MAJ
ICAO: PKMJ
Opening: 1942
Runway:2407m
Source: http://rmipa.com/airports/

Bucholz Army Airfield (Kwajalein)
IATA: KWA
ICAO: PKWA
Opening: 1943
Runway:2032m
Source: http://rmipa.com/airports/ http://www.angelfire.com/hi2/kwa/0avi_kwa.html

Pohnpei
IATA: PNI
ICAO: PTPN
Opening: 1970
Runway:1829m
Source: http://www.ict.fm/civilaviation/pohnpei.html

Yap
IATA: YAP
ICAO: PTYA
Opening: 1983
Runway:1829m
Source: http://www.ict.fm/civilaviation/yap.html

Chuuk
IATA: TKK
ICAO: PTKK
Opening: 1964
Runway:1831m
Source: http://www.ict.fm/civilaviation/chuuk.html

Kosrae
IATA: KSA
ICAO: PTSA
Opening: 1984
Runway:1753m
Source: http://www.ict.fm/civilaviation/kosrae.html

Tabiteuea North
IATA: TBF
ICAO: NGTE
Runway:1026m
Source: http://www.airport-information.org/KI/TBF/

Niue
IATA: IUE
ICAO: NIUE
Opening: 1970
Runway:2335m
Source: http://worldaerodata.com/wad.cgi?airport=NIUE

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airport missing in Tunisia
« Reply #90 on: June 13, 2017, 01:42:25 PM »
DTNH opened 1 december 2009 is not in current gw3.

It opens and take big part of demand current placed in DTMB.

also DTMB is biggest airport in country in game thats not true thats DTTA

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #91 on: June 26, 2017, 10:32:26 AM »
A new airport in Eliat, Israel named Ramon Airport should replace both the existing Eliat Airport and Ovda Airport in 2018

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #92 on: June 29, 2017, 05:40:49 PM »
Palmietfontein Airport
IATA: N/A
ICAO: N/A
Opening:late-1940s
Closed:1956, operation moved to JNB
Runway: 1829m?
Source: http://www.whyjoburg.com/johannesburg-airport-history.html
http://www.saamuseum.co.za/saa-history.html

Rand Airport
IATA: QRA
ICAO: FAGM
Opening:1931
"Mostly replaced by Palmietfontein Airport in late-1940s but still continually being used"
Runway: 1712m
Source: http://www.randairport.co.za/about/rand-airport-history/


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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #93 on: June 29, 2017, 06:20:41 PM »
Stamford Hill Aerodrome
Opening: 1921
Closed: When replaced by Durban International Airport
Runway: Grass
Source: http://www.fad.co.za/Resources/aviation/DurbanAirHistory.txt
http://www.ilovedurban.co.za/throwback-thursday-louis-botha-airport/

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #94 on: July 25, 2017, 12:04:49 PM »
Hi,

Greetings from Iraq. I live in Erbil/Arbil and was a bit surprised to see it's not in the game. Can you add it?


I am shamelessly copying from Wikipedia...

A new Turkish built, $US550 million airport was opened on 3 March 2010. The new airport is next to the old airport (previously a military field) and has one of the world's longest runways, 4,800 m × 75 m (15,748 ft × 246 ft) and is equipped for ILS CAT II operations.[1] The airport's new terminal has duty-free shops and currency exchange offices.[3] The terminal also has CIP areas for business jets, and there is a VIP terminal for visiting dignitaries and diplomats.[2] for a purpose of achieving the international airport standards [4]

In 2010 Erbil International Airport had the least expensive aviation fuel in Iraq (at 83 US cents per litre).[5]

I have attached the current destinations/airlines so you get an idea of the traffic levels. Just over 1.5 passengers in 2014 although it may have gone done during 15/16 given the presence of IS in the region. Although now things are picking up again. If the oil price improves the economy will also grow with it....

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #95 on: August 04, 2017, 04:46:43 AM »
Shengyang
IATA:SHE
ICAO:ZYYY
Open: 1921
Runway: 2400m
(500m as of year 1921, 1500m as of 1928,
Closed: 1989 when replaced by Shenyang Taoxian (Taoxian should not be open until 1989)
Annual enplanement: 737.8 Thousands as of year 1986
Source: http://wenhua.syd.com.cn/system/2015/12/03/010906848.shtml

Offline RibeiroR

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #96 on: August 13, 2017, 11:26:31 PM »
As noted...not sure anyone is monitoring this as some of the suggestions don't seem to be appearing, but for the record...

A decent size airport in a sunny tourist spot in Brazil is missing

Porto Seguro  SBPS

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porto_Seguro_Airport

I miss it

Offline qunow

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #97 on: August 20, 2017, 06:33:27 PM »
Merrill C. Meigs Field
Opening: 1948
Closed: 2003
ICAO: KCGX
IATA: CGX
Runway: 1189m
Note: Although the airfield was mainly used for general aviation purposes but there are handful of airlines served the airport with small turboprops
Source: http://livinghistoryofillinois.com/pdf_files/History%20of%20Merrill%20C.%20Meigs%20Field%20Airport,%20Chicago,%20IL.pdf

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #98 on: August 24, 2017, 03:40:00 AM »
Chitose Airfield
ICAO:RJCJ
IATA: CTS(?)
Opening: 1926
Closed: 1988, transfer to New Chitose RJCC
Runway: 3000m
Source&Location: https://www.pacificwrecks.com/airfields/japan/chitose/index.html

Kitakyushu Airport
ICAO: RJFR
IATA:KKJ
Opening: 1944
Closed: 2006, operation transfer to current KKJ
Runway: initially 1500m, year 1989 extended to 1600m
Passenger volume: Just use the current estimation for KKJ
See: http://www.waa.ca/blog/post/208/new-kitakyushu-airport
« Last Edit: August 24, 2017, 06:50:52 AM by qunow »

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Re: Missing airports
« Reply #99 on: August 26, 2017, 09:17:58 PM »

 

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