No problem and thanks for the advice. Being relatively new at this I was just curious.
Chris, the plane in this shot is too small a part of the frame given the 'boring scenery'.
However, there are photos in the database that do show a fair bit of scenery, but as Kas said, it needs to be interesting or something integral to the shot. IIRC, there are similar shots taken at the famous In n Out burger restaurant at LAX, or of course, the beach approach at SXM.
Took me a while to find these examples where the plane certainly doesn't fill the frame to allow some scenery, but the plane is not as distant as your example.
I just commented to show you that there is scope to include a degree of scenery or scene setting in shots here. The key, as Kas said, is that the scenery needs to add something to the shot. Without wanting to sound harsh, your shot looks like a nice photo of a park where a plane just happens to be flying past.