If you have the Earth version that was released on August 20th, 2007, or late, you have access to a flight simulator. The Google Earth flight simulator is a flight simulator that uses Google Earth satellite images as the ground for a more realistic experience. Depending on the system, it can be accessed by pressing Control+Alt+A, Control+A, or Command+Option+A then pressing enter. After this feature has been activated at least once it appears under the tools menu. Since v4.3, the option is no longer hidden by default. Currently, only the F-16 Fighting Falcon and the Cirrus SR-22 are the only aircraft that can be used, in addition to quite a few airports. This will be a lot of fun once you get the hang of it.
1. Choose all the airports you will be landing at regularly. Since it is almost impossible to see the runways without aids, take every runway you might land at, and draw a path along the length of the runway. Make the runways of different colors and set the width to 5mm. The runways are very clearly visible in mid-air now.
2. Select Borders and Labels Open up the sidebar. Turn on Borders/Labels and Transportation. Again, this is to help you navigate.