There are 39 flights from Lagos to Owerri every week, with flights available every day of the week. Flights depart from Murtala Muhammed International Airport and will take 1 hour and 10 minutes to reach Sam Mbakwe Airport.
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Two airlines provide flights to Owerri from Lagos at affordable prices.
To enter Owerri from Lagos, all travelers must have a valid passport. Foreign travelers must possess a valid visa and passport. Foreign internationals must provide vaccination certificates for Polio and Yellow fever to receive a Nigerian visa.
For more information, visit Nigerian Customs.
Air Peace: For all domestic flights, travelers can take one checked baggage weighing 20 kg for economy flyers and 40 kg for business class flyers. All hand luggage must not exceed 6 kg for economy and 10 kg for business class. Hand luggage that exceeds 45 cm x 33 cm x 20 cm will not be accepted as carry-on baggage.
Dana Air: For all domestic flights, travelers can take one checked bag weighing 23 kg for economy flyers and 30 kg for business class flyers. Only one piece of hand luggage is allowed at 6 kg for economy and 10 kg for business class.
One-way Lagos to Owerri flight prices vary from ₦52,000 to ₦152,000 depending on the flight time, day, and if it is a direct flight. Return flights range from ₦100,000 to ₦300,000 for similar reasons.
|Flight Number||Date||Airline||Lowest Price|
|P - 47158||03/08/2022||Air Peace||₦52,210|
|9J9J - 3331||04/08/2022||Dana Air||₦54,617|
|P - 47150||02/08/2022||Air Peace||₦52,210|
|P - 47150 & P - 47157||02/08/2022||Air Peace||₦102,420|
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Owerri is the perfect blend of a city going through modernization while still keeping its cultural roots. It is known as the ‘Heartland’ of Nigeria, with plenty of breathtaking hotels, casinos, and a bustling nightlife for all to enjoy. From the Otamiri River on the east to the Nworie River that borders the south of the city, there is plenty to do for tourists and locals.