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English: A Loganair Twin Otter (G-BVVK) (in BA colours) lands at Barra Airport - the only airport in the world where the arrival of scheduled flights varies with the tide as planes land on the beach.
Date July 2002
Source NF6905 : Plane arrival at Barra airport
Author Sue Jackson

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57° 1′ 18.44″ N, 7° 26′ 54.67″ W

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