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City and Town labels.

City and Town labels (on/off)

This would be on the Map View window and would be a selectable component as like VOR stations, mountains, etc. In zoom levels, the Map View would/could show various towns and cities so you knew where you were at.

Presently there is no way to really see where you are except to look in a World Atlas and try to match up lakes and mountains to see where you are at or near. I think it would help out navigation tremendously.

Perhaps also, a way to add a town or city label as well. For instance, if you know of a neat little village or towneship and fly there often, but it doesnt make it into FS11, then one could click Edit/Add and add the village location (or city, etc) to the coordinate on the map.