| Braavos-Dardanus Airport|
|IATA: DAR – ICAO: SIDA|
|Owner||City of Braavos the Great|
|Operator||Braavos Chamber of Commerce and Industry|
|Serves||Braavos the Great|
|Location||Patras, Braavos the Great, Sinope|
|Elevation AMSL||374 ft / 114 m|
|Passenger change 12-13||4.2%|
|Movements change 12-13||3.5%|
Braavos-Dardanus Airport (Sinopian: Βρααβοσ-Δαρδανός Αεροδρόμιο) (also known as Doge Dardanus Airport or simply Dardanus Airport or Braavos Dardanus) (IATA: DAR, ICAO: SIDA) is an international airport serving Braavos the Great, the capital and largest city of Sinope. The airport is located in the borough of Patras. The airport is named in honour of Dardanus Kyriakos, nicknamed 'The Councilliator', who ruled from 1102 until his death in 1117.
It is mainly used for domestic and short-haul international flights, and served over 18 million passengers in 2013. The busiest route from Braavos-Dardanus is to Lyr with 4 million passengers annually, followed by Tyr with 2.5 million. A metro station, part of the Braavos metro network, connects the airport to the centre of the borough of Patras.