There are various flights going from Abuja to Benin on a daily basis. Each airline has its dedicated daily times and the flight can take anywhere between 55 minutes to one hour and 20 minutes. Departure is from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International to Benin Airport.
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Flights From Abuja
Flights to Benin
Essential information you need to know before you book your trip.
The following airlines have a direct flight at least once a week:
Visa and customs
Since you’ll be arriving from Asaba, there’s no immigration process to go through upon arrival at Benin International Airport. However, always have your travel documents at hand as officials are authorised to do random checks. For Nigerians, carrying an identity card or passport is required.
Each airline has its own baggage policy and we’ll inform you of yours once you’ve booked your flight. However, there is a general tendency amongst airlines to restrict economy passengers to a 30kg – 45kg checked baggage allowance. That excludes hand luggage of around 7kg and a handbag for under the seat in front of you. Should you have any special equipment that needs to be checked, Cheap Nigeria Travel will gladly assist you.
The overall price for flights to Benin from Abuja varies between ₦90 000 to ₦160 000 for one-way flights. For return flights, the lowest price is around ₦180 000 with the highest being ₦320 000. These prices all depend on the airline you use and whether you fly in economy, business, or premium class.
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FAQ about travelling to Benin
Important information about travelling to Benin
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Lush and colourful Benin City showers visitors with a welcome that few other places can muster. Benin was once the capital of a mighty West African empire. With palaces, precious metals and a living ruler, today’s Benin City still radiates majesty.
Benin’s jam-packed with fascinating histories and stunning monuments. The best advice we can give you is to let go and allow the mystery and majesty of Benin to work their magic: