Braavos-Diagoras International Airport

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Braavos-Diagoras International Airport
Βρααβοσ-Διαγόρας Διεθνές Αεροδρόμιο
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IATA: BRA – ICAO: SIBR
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner City of Braavos the Great
Operator Braavos Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Serves Braavos the Great
Location Sparta, Braavos the Great, Sinope
Hub for
Elevation AMSL 70 ft / 21 m
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
08R/26L 4,000 13,123 Concrete
08L/26R 4,000 13,123 Concrete
Statistics (2013)
Passengers 40,360,604
Passenger change 12-13 Increase1.6%
Aircraft Movements 412,804
Movements change 12-13 Increase5.5%

Braavos-Diagoras International Airport (Sinopian: Βρααβοσ-Διαγόρας Διεθνές Αεροδρόμιο) (also known as Doge Diagoras International Airport or simply Diagoras Airport or Braavos Diagoras) (IATA: BRA, ICAO: SIBR) is an international airport serving Braavos the Great, the capital and largest city of Sinope. The airport is located 28 km east of Old Braavos, in the adjacent borough of Sparta. The airport is named in honour of Diagoras Venizelos, the 109th Doge of Sinope.

It is the busiest airport in Sinope in terms of passenger traffic, and the sixth busiest airport in Western Althena, handling 40,360,604 passengers in 2013. It is the world's 8th busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic, and was the 24th busiest airport in the world in 2013. Diagoras Airport serves as the main hub for Iberia including Iberia Express and its Adonian Arrow partners. The biggest foreign carrier in Diagoras in terms of passenger numbers is Luft Kaiserliche.

Airlines and destinations

Airline Destinations Terminal/Check In
Air Birani Delimara 1-B
Air Etrusque Angers, Tours 1-A
Air Lutha Brașov 1-A
Air Ugento Vlorë, Zguraleci 1-C
Air Valessia Valessia City 1-A
Atlan Luft Arne (suspended), Mienemstadt (suspended), Salzbruck (suspended), Zein (suspended) 1-A
Asmirivair Agadir, Baotou, Khovd, Uliastai 2–3
Aviolinea di Metinende Deliterri, Lucciano, Marino, Trentini, Vitale 1-B
Batavian Airways Batavia Stad 1-B
Belastovan Aeromir Uzda 1-D
Drechten Airways Wardrecht (suspended) 1-D
Iberia TBC 2–3, 2–4
Iberia Adamas, Apollonia, Areopoli, Astakos, Domokos, Drama, Kozani, Lapas, Leonidi, Liapades, Lindos, Livadia, Makrakomi, Mikropoli/Nea, Mykonos, Myr, Nydri, Pyrgos, Skala, Stavros, Thasos, Tripoli, Tyr, Varda 2–4
Iberia Express TBC 2–3
Insulonia Casarejos, Sao Tiago, Villora 1-B
Isterian Airways Érdvas, Kallburg, Kalltine, Livorsta, Pcyar 1-A
Kuyrutian Airways Harrison City, Troy, Kurtilifa, Tretton 2
Lechian Airways Budansk, Krakov 1-C
Luft Kaiserliche Aarburgen, Chemnau, Coburg, Duisden-Gochau, Duisden-Nochum, Effenbach, Essen, Kassel, Koeln, Meinich-Bern, Rhinestadt-Luftkersen 2-4
Luft Kaiserliche Link TBC 2-3
Malinova Airlines Kalinogorod, Leviv, Ternapil 1-B
Nanami Airways Shizuku 1-D
Okaiken Air Okashi-Air Island 1-D
OrangeJet Chemnau, Duisden-Nochum, Meinich-St Johannes 2-3
Relastovan Airways Anadyr, Belgorod, Kemerovo, Klow, Nizhnekamsk, Novokuznetsk, Samara, Theodosia-Nikolas, Yakutsk 2-4
Sameshiran Airways Anakra, Kavkur, Kotenan, Maliki 1-C
Sanesair Okashi-Toyagyu 1-C
Skywest Airlines Roubaix-Eboue 1-A
SyndiAir Hinali, Smith City 2–3
Teiko Airlines Teiko City International Airport 1-D
Trentannian Airways Stretton-Heathrow 1-A
Trentannian Airways
operated by Trentair
Ashington, Billington, Birmingham, Cambridge, Dunwich, Leicester, Minster, Montgomery, Portsmouth, Stretton-Gatwick 2-4
Valiscair Bečej 1-A