Yeah, but you’ll have to be specific to zoom in that area to find it. Asobo is a French company and Blackshark AI is Austrian. So while it’s easy for you to notice, that’s probably because you’re already familiar with the area. Since MSFS is practically a European product, and me who doesn’t know where Michigan really is since I’m not an American myself. It’s highly unlikely that these things do get noticed unless you’re actively looking for it.
I’m sure there’s other that needs to be fixed, but at least if you report this to Zendesk, it goes to their backlog to revisit whenever that is. Without it, they won’t know there’s an issue and they won’t even have any plan to fix it.
What’s interesting is that the jet and the contrails doesn’t seem to appear in Bing Maps. Perhaps Bing Maps is using an updated satellite photo that came after the initial photo was used for MSFS development. Then this should be an easier fix, since all they need is to reuse the current satellite photo from Bing, then run it through Blackshark AI again and apply it to the next update. But to do that, you still need to report them, otherwise, they won’t know there’s an issue.