You can do this. In order to find airports that have any type of amenity, you need to first specify a starting location. Then the airports shown on the map will be filtered based on inclusion of that amenity.
Type in "Orlando" in the Search box and select "Orlando, FL USA" from the auto-complete results (Locations section).
Then select the "Camping on Field" amenity from the Amenities list and click the Search button.
The map will be displayed with 7 matching airport results. Since Camping on Field was specified as an amenity, all 7 results shown will offer Camping on Field.
You can then drag the map around in order to see other areas. The results will automatically update based on the center of the map without the need to repeat the search again.
I think I'm missing something here. I was used on the old system to being able to locate airports with restaurants on field easily. The logic here is backwards: you have to put in a location and then it searches for airports with restaurants (or other amenities) but doesn't easily sort by distance or anything useful. Then, if I click on an airport that shows up in the search it's not even possible to tell if the restaurant is on field, or how far it is.
Overall, this user interface seems incredibly cumbersome.
Show me airports within a user defined distance from a starting point with on field restaurants and sort by distance, fuel price, etc.
Please show me how this is done!
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