Having read through the boards over the years, I've seen some tidbits about various airports concerning operational limitations or constraints as they pertain to different aspects of the business, many of which have involved aircraft, gate layout or configuration. Some of the ones that come to mind (that I've seen, but might have details confused on) include:
-All of Delta's gates on the T concourse at ATL can handle widebodies with the exception of T8.
-A couple of gates on Concourses A & B at ATL went unused for a period because DL had retired the 727, 73S & 733, which were the only planes they were able to squeeze in there.
-Gate 87 at MCO can't be used if a 747 is parked at 85.
-There are only a handful of gates at DL's JFK hub that are able to handle flights to TLV due to extra security requirements.
Again, I may have some of the above confused or off, but what I'm interested to see is a list of other airport oddities or pieces of borderline useless trivia that A.net can come up with. Anybody familiar with any pertaining to your (or any) commercial airports similar to what I was getting at above?