Short but tough, this Caribbean landing strip has a cliffhanger ending.
Space is so contested on the Rock that cars sit idling while planes cross the territory's main highway.
When planes aren't using it, you can pick cockles on this tidal "runway" in the Scottish Outer Hebrides.
Landing at this tiny strip clinging to the coast of Madeira will have you reaching for the fortified wine.
The floating runways off Osaka are the closest you can come to an aircraft carrier landing without enlisting.