There are 127 flights available from Lagos to Warri on a monthly basis. Flights are available all throughout the week from Monday to Sunday. Non-stop flights from Murtala Muhammed International Airport to Warri Airport take about an hour.
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Flights From Lagos
Flights to Warri
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 Warri from Lagos, passengers need to possess a valid passport. Foreign visitors need their passports and a valid visa.
For your visa, you need proof of Polio and Yellow fever vaccinations. While vaccinations for Meningitis and Hepatitis A & B are not compulsory, it is recommended.
To check the Nigerian custom regulations, click on the link below:
Arik Air: 1 piece of 20kg checked baggage and one free item of hand luggage is allowed for Economy Class.
Business-class passengers are allowed 1 piece of 30kg baggage and hand luggage.
Air Peace: For domestic and economic flights, 1 piece of 20kg checked baggage is allowed. Their personal item bag per person may not exceed 10kg.
Business class flyers can have a slightly bigger checked baggage size of 40kg.
Overall the prices vary between ₦30,000 and ₦160,630 for a direct flight. For a return flight, prices are between ₦83,807 and ₦188,566.
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Best things to do in Warri
A trip from Lagos to Delta state will take you to a small town and port called Warri. The discovery of natural gas and petroleum in the area has grown the small town’s economic power.
Travelers can visit the palace of the current Olu (King) of Warri. Not far from the Olu’s home is the Warri Kingdom cemetery which has 18 past king’s graves. Instead of gravestones, trees were planted in their place, creating a lush park.