It seems to me that people are complaining about the airports that they live by, which seem boring to each of you since you see the same operations day in and day out. I agree with Caetravlr, I'd love to be able to camp out at ATL
and take some pictures. I'm originally from OMA
, and while there are no scheduled wide-bodies there anymore (used to get UA
DC10s back in the day), it still offered a variety of planes and schemes. OMA
also had quite a bit of charter traffic, like Casino, Sky Trek, Sun Country, ect. Now and then NWA would bring in DC10s for training or divert a B747. The Air Force would fly the E-4B in now and then too, as well as some of the RC
-135s. But for this variety of mainliners, charters, and regionals, a lot of people there complain about it being boring.
When I got to MCO
this year, I loved seeing the other planes and airlines I don't see everyday. The same is when I get to other cities I fly into. From my experience it seems that some of the out stations might offer a bigger variety of liveries since all the hub airlines are competing in those markets. Of course hubs have their specialty too. To say an airport is boring is merely in the eye of the beholder.
take care all