What you can also do, is just enter the traffic pattern. There are a bunch of easy and difficult ways to do this, but the easiest thing to do in FS, is fly parallell to the runway you would like to land on, but come from the opposite direction, and keep the runway to your left side. You are now in left downwind.
Now, just keep flying and make sure you have the ILS set and so. No, when you are like 10 NM away from the runway (or airport, or whatever), turn to base leg (i.e. make a 90° left turn), and before you 'intercept' the ILS localizer, turn another 45° or so. This should make it easier to intercept the localizer.
Now, when you see the localizer needle moving ('alive'), intercept the localizer and make sure you are aligned with the runway. Of course, watch your glideslope as well. You should intercept the glideslope from below, i.e. flying 'under' the glideslope and then watch the 'glideslope' needle coming 'alive'.
I think this is a pretty nice way to land using ILS, not using vectors, STAR or whatever. Of course, don't get me wrong. I don't know how real-life pilots would do it, but in FS, you're free to do whatever you want, right?
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