Barra Airport is the only airport in the world where planes land on the beach. BRR is Scotland on the broad beach at Traigh Mhor, on Barra island, in the Outer Hebrides. If you want to fly here commercially you want to book with British Airways, which flies to Barra from Glasgow and Benbecula. The airport is literally washed by the tide once a day, and when you arrive on a flight in the late afternoon, you may be a few cars in the parking lot with their lights on, the pilots some added visibility provides notice, as the airport is naturally lit . Needless to say, you want to hang probably not at the airport Barra beach, if you are a aviation junkie, in which case Barra Airport has a system foolproof, as a sign that reads:. "Keep on the beach When the windsock is flying and the airport is active."