One of the things I love about flying is the aerial view, especially so when you are at low altitude, i.e. around take-off and landing.
For my "home-" airport I know exactly which side of the plane I need to sit depending on the winds to have a beautiful view on a UNESCO world heritage site. For other airports I have been lucky sometimes and sometimes not.
Question: Is there an online-resource that tells me for any airport when there are good views and where on the plane one should be sitting for those, ideally taking into account different wind conditions that may prevail and the possible flight paths?
I am aware that I could look to Flightradar and monitor flight paths there but that does not tell me anything about the view when I don't know my destination well and does not really give good statistics about the wind unless I spend more time there than I should.
Further I could look for reviews on flying blogs/forums or videos of approaches but that does not give me statistics either and still takes a while.
So is there anything better than this, i.e. a website that would tell me: at airport XXX there is one runway, 60% of takeoffs go north and 40% south, if north sit on the left to have a great view on [insert attraction here] 2 mins after take-off, if south you will not see much.