This page lists spectacular places in the default scenery of FSX. Some issues are due to bugs while others are real. The page will continuously be developed with new places.
|Major terrain mesh bug at Dagali (ENDI) in Geilo, Norway||Runway build on a platform at Knox Landing (15NK) in Sardinia, New York, USA. Others: 86T
|Airport located in a hole at Armando Schwarck (SVAS) in Venezuela. Others: SLLJ||The 100 ft runway should instead have been a helipad, at Newcastle Westpac Base (YXFV) at New South Wales, Australia
|Spectacular runway layout at Spencer NOLF (NRQ), Pace, Florida, USA, but even more spectacular transition from FS2004 to FSX (see right picture)
||FS2004 version of Spencer NOLF (NRQ), Pace, Florida, USA|
|If you follow the glideslope for rwy 30 at Sentani (WAJJ), Indonesia, you'll eventually crash into the lake
||The 660 ft wide asphalt runway at 44CA is wide enough to takeoff from across in a Cessna 172
|Tower on the runway at Wattisham Army (EGUW), UK
||A road near the rwy 10 threshold at Norfolk NS (KNGU) make cars cross the runway|
|South Pole Station (NZSP) is located on a large special shaped platform
||Airport located in a hole at Kasane (FBKE) in Botswana|
|~1600 ft vertical jump from runway to water at La Retama Southwest (MM17), Mexico
||The strips on Eastern Island, Midway Islands, are (in FS) apron of the adjacent Henderson Field (PMDY). Real-life they are old abandoned runways.|
|A major terrain mesh bug forms a V-shaped valley in Tanzania at S6° 44.68' E34° 3.52'
||A floating runway at Kwekwe East (FV76), Zimbabwe|
|Trees covering runway, taxiways, and apron at MZBZ.
||A many thousand feet deep hole at S28.|
|A giant spike of ~16.000 ft MSL located at N40° 45.56' W110° 41.95'.
||A more than 100.000 ft deep basin on the Greenland ice sheet at N71° 55.19' W43° 28.19'|