There are 25 direct flights going from Lagos to London every week, with most of the flights departing from Murtala Muhammed International Airport to Heathrow International Airport. With a distance of 3,443 miles from Lagos to Heathrow, travelers can expect to fly for an average of 9 hours and 45 minutes.
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The essential information you need to know before you book your trip.
The following airlines offer fast and affordable flights from Lagos to London daily:
Visa and customs
Travelers wanting to enter the UK will need to possess a valid passport and Visa.
Visit UK customs to learn more about the regulations and Visa application process.
All airlines allow one checked baggage of 23kg, one personal item with maximum dimensions of 40 x 30 x 10 cm, and one carry-on baggage of 8kg with dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm. Additional baggage will cost on average ₦76538,88.
Overall the prices for one-way flights vary from ₦200,000 to ₦800,000 depending on if the flight has layovers or not. The costs for return tickets vary from ₦408,207 to ₦2,150,000 with similar reasons for price changes to one-way flights between Lagos and London.
|Flight Number||Date||Airline||Lowest Price|
|VS - 412||03/07/2022||Virgin Atlantic||₦745,488|
|BA - 0074||09/07/2022||British Airways||₦604,657|
|K - 588 & KL - 981||11/07/2022||KLM (1 stop)||₦224,514|
|LH - 567 & LH - 928||11/07/2022||Lufthansa (1 stop)||₦307,176|
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