may I suggest you take some time out to catch your breath, then go read through the 'requests' forum, beyond the first page, and see how many requests get made each week and just how many get responded to by Sami, either with a comment, but more usually with a link to another thread with the same request. Then read the 'updates' forum, and see how much work is going into re-designing the game UI, incorporating many player suggestions, some being implemented almost by return of post. Just this year has seen a major beta test of new modifications to the game engine, again, incorporating many ideas suggested by the players. Go check the work being done on re-designing the pax demand model, which, incidentally, includes all sorts of ideas on how to make it possible to 'grow' your airport demand, again with input from the players
I've played a lot of online games, too many, perhaps, but this is one of the few where the players can interact with the game designer on a daily basis, where suggestions and ideas are addressed, and if worthy, taken up and added.
Does that happen overnight? Nope, and why should it? How could it? Sami could work 24/7 re-making the whole game to reflect each request ever made, and another 24/7 changing it back due to the next request.
Some-one has to decide which ideas are possible, practical, achievable and still keep a balanced playable game. We call them the designer, usually, and in the end, no matter how much we may love our particular idea, the designer gets to decide. We get to decide if we still want to play but your idea getting knocked back isnt grounds for the rest of us to walk away from it.
So, before you invoke 'the players' in your cause, kindly remember you do not speak for all of us.