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usually just do T&Gs at a local airport, stay in the pattern, but.... Set up a VFR Flight plan with the airports as your waypoints. When you near the waypoint airport, using the ATC window, select nearest aiport, then find the airport you want to shoot the Touch and go, call in, it will give you landing options, one of which will be touch and go. you can fly the pattern at a single airport, practice touch and goes. You don't need to set up a flight plan for that. Pick an airstrip from the beginning screen - one you probably know that is near you in reality? The same screen where you piock you airplane, set the time and weather, pick an airport. Then just hit "Fly Now". You will be placed at that airstrip. If you arent lined up on the active, taxi to the active and take off! It's that simple. You can ignore the ATC guy screaming at you that you were not cleared for take off, or make sure you are at an uncontrolled (dirt) strip. Announce that you are going to take off, then dont bother announcing any further. Just concentrate on you touch and goes. Cessna is the easiest. No gear to worry about. Just make sure you reset your flaps to TO before you throttle up again for rotate as you roll down the runway.