Top 10 Best Cities in Pocket PlanesWhat makes a city 'the best' in Pocket Planes? A cocktail of factors like the number of jobs, population, and location all play an important role. High-population cities like New York, London, and Tokyo tend to have more jobs available, while strategically located cities such as Istanbul can be your gateway between Europe and Asia.
But hang on, there's a twist. What works for others might not work for you, as your strategy is likely shaped by your available aircraft, level, and the regions you've unlocked. Maybe you're all about hauling loads of people and cargo across continents with Sequoias, or perhaps you prefer zipping between close-knit cities with Equinoxes. The dynamic nature of the game, shaped by individual players' preferences and strategies, is what makes it so compelling.
Now, as the saying goes, 'one man's meat is another man's poison.' That's why it's so fascinating to see the cities others deem the best.
Great for transatlantic crossing for class 3. If you are not in North America, then this is your gateway.
Great for transatlantic as well as a good start/end point for flights to South America
In the middle of everything, great for getting around Asia.
It is my gateway to all the world.
Great for that transatlantic crossing for class 3.
Great for transatlantic crossing with class 2 aircraft. Most will probably need an upgrade for range.
Needed if crossing Atlantic to Recife. Very busy. Allows you to get a gateway to South America.
Allows you to go into South America and then North America until you get transatlantic planes.
Great for crossing atlantic with any class 2.
I use Cebu all the time with the class 1 aircraft going from Australia to Asia. Don't have many class 1 left though.
Great for the person who is below level 8. Opens up Australia, Asia and the Oceanic regions.
Not a vital port to own, Unless you fly a lot of class 1 planes.
The middle and the way to almost every destination to China, Japan, South East Asia and Eastern Russia.
A good class 3 to connect Lagos, London and Singapore. A must to connect Asia to Europe early on
Always has bux jobs and is a great stopover for Asia-Europe/North America flights.
The centre to everything. Middle East, South East Asia, Japan, China, Russia, Korea and Australia.
Los Angeles to Tokyo is great on Class 3 planes if you want to make money by leaving the game alone for an hour or so.
Good as a checkpoint for getting aircraft through Asia.
For pacific region.
Center in Southeast Asia. Connects Southeast asia to East asia
It's my hub for New Zealand. I drop off New Zealand goods at Sydney using Class 2 planes and pick them up at Sydney with Class 1 planes. Great layover stop for New Zealand.
Often do flights from Sydney to Jakarta with class 2 aircraft.
Sydney is the best
One of my two layover hubs, the other being New York. Tokyo and Seoul feed Shanghai with jobs. Cyclones fully upgraded can make New York-> Istanbul -> Shanghai, while they can't make Tokyo from Istanbul.
Couldn't be located in a better place! Perfect for my Fogbusters and Cloudliners to take a rest. Connector between Australia and Europe.
Must have for people who start in Southeast Australia. Great hub due to its central location in Australia.
Good extremely low-cost airport for beginners trying to fly the Iceland/Greenland route from Europe. Belfast works too. The starting Griffin-C can make the journey with a few fuel tank upgrades.
Another connector between Asia and Europe.
Connects Europe, Africa and Asia in one place! Very good airport
Best place of you got only tier three planes!
Good if coming from Berlin to go to Iceland. Also good for going to america via Iceland and Greenland
Upgraded Equinox can fly from Melbourne to Singapore but cannot fly from Sydney to Singapore. Not vital though.