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MSFS Many airports with no buildings. Please explain.

I am finding many General Aviation airports are flat and have no buildings. But they have satellite images of buildings. I thought Blackshark AI created buildings where there are satellite images and no Photogrammetry. But lots of my airports have no buildings. And there are buildings in the surrounding area.
Is this normal or is there a problem on my end?

5BA2 Saratoga is flat:
5BA2 Saratoga Co - Flat Airport.png

KCVC Covington is flat:
KCVC Covington -  Flat Airport.png

KCVC Covington modified in SDK:
KCVC Covington -  Modified.png


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Nope. There just are no procedural buildings there. An opportunity for a developer.