You might want to check out "Ideal Flight":http://www.codelegend.com/idealflight/
The UI is a bit complicated, but I love it for the times when I don't want to have to decide where to fly, I have it configured to keep my flights under 60mins, and all I do is either pick a starting airport or pick one of my "parked" airplanes which it tracks from the last time I flew and hit "generate flight" and will generate a nice flight plan and weather somewhere within 60mins of my starting location (or however I have it configured) and you hit a button that starts FSX with the plane on the tarmac with the flight plan loaded and even loaded into the kneeboard, ready for takeoff.
Easy way to get flying quickly and I've discovered lots of airports I never would have tried on my own, it even tracks your flying procedures throughout the flight and gives you a grade at the end (I personally don't worry much about that rating)/
It has a trial/demo mode and tons of other features I haven't even explored, definitely keeps me from getting bored while exercising my virtual hangar fleet in scenery areas that I often would never have explored on my own.
Edited by kludger (05/13/12 12:58 PM)
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