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1930s airports missing
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United Kingdom
Bristol (flights to Ireland)
Liverpool (flights to Ireland)
Manchester
Birmingham
Belfast
Isle of Man

British African/Middle Eastern Colonies
Cairo
Basra
Wadi Halfa
Karachi
Juba
Kisimu

France and Benelux
Ostend
Paris

Scandinavia
Stockholm
Malmo

Poland
Poznan
Krakow
Wilno
Lwow


And listing some destination maps:

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These list pretty much all the significant airports in Europe circa 1930.

On a different note, Gander Airport seems to be missing in 1948, rendering flights to the US hard. Shannon is also missing, and it was one of the main hubs and Pan American's gateways to Europe.
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#2
Hey, thanks for the information!

We're currently overhauling all airports to be historically accurate. I'm sure many of these are already implemented, but we'll give it a check to see if we missed any. Smile
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#3
That’s great! I think this is the first airline sim that has the capacity to do the vintage airlining right!
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#4
Quote:Shannon is also missing, and it was one of the main hubs and Pan American's gateways to Europe.


Shannon Airfield is there in 1930


Quote:On a different note, Gander Airport seems to be missing in 1948, rendering flights to the US hard


Gander Airport is there, too


Liverpool, Manchester, Belfast, Cairo, Basra, Wadi Halfa, Karachi, Juba, Kisimu, Ostend, Paris, Stockholm, Malmo, Posen (Poznan), Krakow, Vilnius (Wilno)
 and Lwow (Lviv) are all there

Birmingham since 1939
Isle of Man since 1933


Do not forget that some airports were named differently in 1920s / 1930s. "Posen" until 1945 and after 1945 "Poznan"
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#5
I see, it seems that being unfamiliar with the game, I chose to only use major airports.

Also, Posen should be "Poznan" between 1930 and 1939, as it was Polish at the time. Similarly, Lviv should be Lwow and Vilnius Wilno before 1939.
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