I have worked at the airport several years.
Be sure you understand high altitude flying. Manage your fuel. The frequencies are published and the airport now has a designation 88NV, know your frequencies, know the rules - the airspace can become congested, do not overfly BRC itself, avoid wind times, daytime only operations.
The airport, or intergalactic spaceport, has a gate and can sell tickets or accept prepaid or will call. You can even tent camp by your plane, the landing strip and tie down area is outside the perimeter. The spaceport handles in and out for any reason, including city overflights or camping by your plane.
There are specific pilot responsibilities like driving rebar, supplied by the spaceport, to tie down your plane so it doesn't blow away and removing and returning the rebar to the spaceport before leaving.
There is a great community of pilots, a lounge, a camp you can join and events at the spaceport. Getting from there into "town" if you are camping with others is a trick, but usually a solution can be found. I've lent my bike as needed, no guarantees on that.
If you arrive by air, you will have BRC's best gate experience! Given the epicness of the car and truck gate (the main gate rocks, rocks, rocks), that says something!
If it's your first time, contact Tiger Tiger and the team via the Burningman website.