Flights to Nigeria
Flights to Nigeria from the UK
Which Nigeria airport do flights land in?
Flights to Nigeria land in Murtala Mohammed International Airport, which is the most important airport in Nigeria and is located 10km north of Lagos Island, and in Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja.
Are there direct flights between London and Nigeria?
There are no direct flights operating from the major UK airports to Nigeria, however there are indirect flights stopping via Johannesburg, Cairo, Accra, Lome, Nariobi, Dubai, and Amsterdam.
How long is the flight from London to Nigeria?
Flights from the UK to Nigeria take approximately six to eight hours.
What is the time difference between London and Nigeria?
There is no time difference between London and Nigeria, so there is no danger of jet lag.
Which airlines fly to Nigeria from the UK?
British Airways has flights to Nigeria from London Heathrow,
Belfast, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Jersey,
Manchester and Newcastle.
KLM has flights from London City, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Exeter, Humberside, Inverness, Kent, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, Southampton and Norwich.
Virgin Atlantic flies from Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
Qatar Airways flies to Nigeria from Manchester.
Lufthansa has flights from London Gatwick, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Edinburgh, London City and Manchester.
Iberia flies from London City.
Swiss has flights from London Gatwick.
Flights to Nigeria from the USA
Which airlines fly to Nigeria from the USA?
There are no direct flights between the United States and Nigeria, however cheap flights are available with Turkish Airlines, Delta Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa and EgyptAir. The main airlines flying to Nigeria from the United States are Arik Air, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines.
Arik Air offers cheap flights from JFK Airport in New York,
while passengers flying from Houston should book flights with
Delta flies between Atlanta and Nigeria.
United Airlines fly between Washington DC and Nigeria.
Other Airlines flying to Nigeria include Afriqiyah Airlines, Air France, Air Nigeria, Alitalia, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Iberia Airlines, Qatar Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, South African Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Virgin Atlantic Airlines.
Airports in Nigeria
The airport is located 13 miles (22km) northwest of Lagos.
The airport is located 26 miles (42km) southeast of Abuja.
The airport is located 20 miles (32km) from downtown Port Harcourt.