There are 119 flights going from Lagos to Abuja on a weekly basis, mostly flying from Monday to Friday dropping you off at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and a will take +/- 1 hour and 15 minutes from Murtala Muhammed International Airport.
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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
To enter Nigeria you need to possess a valid passport, a visa (can be obtained at the Nigerian embassy prior to your travel) and proof of Polio and Yellow-fever vaccinations. Vaccinations for Hepatitis A+B & Meningitis are recommended.
To check the customs regulations of Nigeria click the link below:
All airlines allow you to check-in one baggage item of maximum 23kg + one hand luggage item of maximum 6kg (55cm x 35cm x 25cm).
To check-in one extra baggage item it costs approximately R920.
Overall the prices vary between ₦23,000 and ₦41,000 for a direct flight. For a return flight, the prices are between the ₦44,000 and ₦75,000.
|Afrika World Airlines||Abuja||Arik Air||₦62,199|
|Arik Air||Abuja||Air Peace||₦20,799|
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Best things to do in Abuja
Abuja lies in the middle of the country and is the capital city of Nigeria. The in 1980 built skyline of the city, is dominated by Aso Rock. Aso rock is an enormous monolith. Currently, the president of Nigeria lives in the Presidential Complex, which rises up behind the Aso rock.