Cheap Flights from Lagos to Abuja
Looking for the cheapest flights from Lagos to Abuja? There are a lot of flights from Lagos to Abuja every day with multiple airlines. This means there is a good chance of getting a good deal on your flight from Lagos to Abuja.
How to book cheap flights from Lagos to Abuja
Use the flight finder form at the top of this page to search for your flights. Once you have found the flights you like, follow the on-screen instructions to book and pay for your flight.
Which airlines fly from Lagos to Abuja?
There are four main airlines that offer regular services from Lagos to Abuja, they are:
Air Peace – Book Air Peace Flights from Lagos to Abuja
Medview Airlines – Book Medview Airlines Flights from Lagos to Abuja
Dana Airlines – Book Dana Airlines Flights from Lagos to Abuja
Arik Air – Book Arik Air Flights from Lagos to Abuja
How long is the flight from Lagos to Abuja
The flight time from Lagos to Abuja is only 1h 10m. It is possible to fly from Lagos to Abuja via alternative airports which will obviously result in an increase in travel time. For example, Overland Airways have a flight from Lagos to Abuja via Ilorin.
Why book flights from Lagos to Abuja?
The flight time is only 1 hour and 10 minutes. If you were to drive by car to Abuja from Lagos, it would take you about 11 hours non-stop. So that is a good reason to fly rather than drive. Also, statistically, it is much safer to fly than drive.
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Flights from Abuja to Lagos
There are regular daily flights from Abuja to Lagos. The flight time is about 1 hour and 10 minutes. You can use the flight finder tool at the top of this page to search for cheap flights to Lagos from Abuja. You can also book a return trip, Abuja – Lagos – Abuja.
The official name of Abuja Airport is Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport (NAIA).
NAIA was built in the early 2000 and opened in the year 2002. NAIA holds a pride of place, among airports in the country, as the international airport for the country’s federal capital, Abuja. NAIA is named after the late Dr. Nnandi Azikiwe, a foremost nationalist and one of the country’s founding fathers.
The airport has two terminals:
- international flights
- domestic flights
There are plans by FAAN to build a second runway at this airport, in order to reduce the heavy air traffic on the airport’s single runway. A dedicated cargo section is also included in the new design.
Address: Abuja, Nigeria
Elevation: 342 m
Owner/operator: Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN)
Hub for: Arik Air; IRS Airlines; Overland Airways