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Qatar Airways Nigeria

Qatar was founded in 1993 and it’s first flight took place in 1994 with only 75 staff members. Since 2013, the Qatari government has had full control over this airline, finally taking over ownership in 2014. In 2013 Qantas achieved another milestone when it signed up with Oneworld, as the first Gulf airline to become a member of one of the international airline alliances. Oneworld is an alliance of 13 leading airlines across the globe that are committed to providing passengers with the best travel experience. Members include Qantas, Japan Airlines, British Airways and Finnair. Passengers can join Oneworld and receive various opportunities and privileges such as frequent flyer miles and access to airport lounges.

Qatar Airways NigeriaToday Qatar is the national flag-carrier of the country and one of the largest airlines in the middle east, consisting of more than 180 aircraft. The Qatar Airways group, to which the airline belongs, employs more than 45 000 people with more than half of this number employed as airline staff. This airline has more than 20 codeshare agreements (see below) with airlines from all over the world including Air Botswana, Asiana Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Vueling, to name a few.

Its headquarters in Doha at Hamad International Airport is a hive of activity, forming the hub that links more than 150 destinations across the globe in locations in Africa, Asia, North and South America, Europe and Oceania.

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Qatar caters for solo travellers, businessmen and families alike, providing first class, business class and economy class facilities that are of a world-class standard. You can pre-order a lunch box for your children when you book your flight, as well as various board games and children’s entertainment channels that include interactive games.

You can visit your nearest Qatar office to book your flight, though many people find booking online the more convenient option. Make use of our user-friendly flight finder at the top of this page to compare flights and securely book your Qatar flight for the best prices. Please note that no matter where you buy your ticket, prices are likely to change.

Qatar Airways online check-in

If you are pressed for time, you might find it worth-while to make use of Qatar’s online check-in facility. It allows you to select your own seat, print your boarding pass and fast-track to the baggage check-in counters at the airport.

For flights to and from the USA, you can access online check-in 24 hours prior to departure. For all other locations, you can check in online from 48 hours before you depart, but no later than 90 minutes prior to departure.

Note that this feature is only provided for those flying on Qatar Airways.

Qatar Airways Baggage Allowance

Baggage allowance depends on the route you are taking and which class you have booked.
In terms of hand-luggage (baggage allowed with you on board the flight), passengers in first and business class are allowed two items of baggage that are less than 15kg (33lb) in total. If you have booked an economy-class ticket, you are not permitted to bring on board more than one piece of baggage – the weight restriction is 7kg.

Note that those flying economy class to or from Brazil can take one piece of baggage that is up to 10kg in weight.

Flights to and from Brazil, Canada, Argentina and the US, as well as flights between Brazil and Argentina allow a maximum of 2 items of baggage for all classes with a maximum weight allowance of 32kg per bag in first and business classes, and 23kg per bag for economy class with the exception of economy class passengers to or from Brazil, who are also allowed 32kg per bag. The maximum dimension of baggage for all of the above-mentioned flights is 158cm.

First and business class passengers between Doha and Casablanca are allowed on 60kg bag no bigger than 300cm – for this route, economy class passengers can take 45kg in a 300cm bag.

First and business class travellers from Africa may take one 300cm 65kg bag, and those in economy class may not exceed one 45kg bag of the same dimensions.

For all other destinations, first, business and economy passengers can all take one bag no larger than 300cm that weigh 50kg, 40kg and 30kg respectively.

If you are uncertain about the weight restriction for your flight, your ticket should confirm the baggage allowance. You could alternatively visit the Qatar Airways website (, which provides a clear indication of the weight and dimension of luggage that is allowed on your specific flight. If you exceed these allowances, you may have to pay penalties.

Doha Airport – Hamad international airport

Hamad international airport in Doha replaced Doha International Airport in 2014 and is located about 5km east of the latter. It currently occupies over 5500 acres of land. Building commenced in 2005 and the size of the airport post-construction is estimated to be about one third of the size of the city of Doha.

The airport has been designed around an ‘oasis’ theme, with sections of lush green vegetation and water features, and decorated in the interior with motifs of water and desert plants that are tended with recycled water. Highlights inside the airport also include numerous art-works by international artists.

Hamad international airport currently has one terminal, but with the 2022 FIFA World Cup on the horizon in the not-too-distant future, plans for building a second terminal for the predicted increase in passenger volume are expected to be put into action.

The airport has two parallel runways to allow for concurrent landings and departures, one of which is the longest in Western Asia and one of the longest in the world. Amongst others, the airport hosts airlines such as:

  • British Airways
  • Air India Express
  • Iran Air Nepal airlines
  • Jet Airways
  • Jazeera Airways
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Syrian Air
  • Salam air

Booking Qatar Airways in Nigeria

The Qatar Airways booking office in Nigeria is located in the county’s largest city, Lagos. You can find it on the first floor of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport. You can alternatively book your tickets online for competitive prices by using the ‘flight bookings’ tool at the top of this page. Note that you can hold your Qatar Airways Nigerian booking for up to 72 hours (when booked directly with the airline).

If you are asking yourself “does Qatar Airways fly to Abuja Nigeria?”, you will be interested to know that Qatar does occasionally fly to Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport in Abuja, Nigeria. The 19-hour journey may include a stop-over in Ethiopia.

Qatar Airways flight to Lagos from Doha

The Qatar Airways flight to Lagos, Nigeria from Doha takes roughly 9 hours 30 minutes and flight prices vary according to whether you buy an economy, first or business class ticket. Flying Qatar Airways from Nigeria to Doha is about the same duration on a non-stop flight. The Airbus A330-300 is often used on this route.

Qatar Airways Fleet

Qatar Airways operates an extensive fleet of modern aircraft. Below is a list of the aircraft fleet as of April 2018:

2 Airbus Long Range A319LRs
39 Airbus A320s
7 Airbus A321-200s
13 Airbus A330-200s
13 Airbus A330-300s
4 Airbus A340-600s
23 Airbus A350-900s (2 leased LATAM aircraft)
1 Airbus A350-1000
9 Airbus A380s

Total Airbus passenger fleet – 111

30 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
9 B777-200LRs
41 B777-300ERs

Total Boeing passenger fleet – 80

8 Airbus A330 Freighters
13 Boeing 777F Freighters
2 Boeing B747-8 Freighter

Total Cargo fleet – 23

100 Boeing 777Xs (including options)
7 Boeing 777-300ER
54 Airbus A350s
30 Boeing 787s
3 Boeing 777F
80 Airbus A320neo Family (including options)
1 Airbus A380
8 Airbus A330 Freighter options
60 Boeing 737 MAX 8 (20 firm, 20 options and 20 LOIs)

3 Bombardier Challenger 605s
1 Bombardier Global Express XRS
4 Bombardier Global 5000s
4 Gulfstream G650ER

On order: 30 Gulfstream G500 and G600 aircraft and the flagship
G650ER. Qatar Executive is the largest G650ER operator in the

Qatar Airways and Dubai

On the 5th of June 2017, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain, all partners of Qatar in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), together with Egypt, broke ties with Qatar. They accused Doha of supporting radical Islamist groups, they imposed a land, sea and air blockades.

Due to the diplomatic crisis in the middle east, Qatar no longer uses UAE airspaces and no longer provides flights to Dubai. If you were planning on flying Qatar Airways from Nigeria to Dubai, you will have to choose another airline or fly to Doha and catch a connecting flight with another airline instead.

Qatar Airways Destinations

Adana, Ankara, Athens, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin, Birmingham, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Baku, Cardiff, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hatay, Helsinki, Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Kyiv, Larnaca, Lisbon, London Heathrow, Madrid, Málaga, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Mykonos, Nice, Oslo, Paris, Pisa, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, St.Petersburg, Stockholm, Tbilisi, Thessaloniki, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Yerevan, Zagreb and Zurich.

Algiers, Amman, Addis Ababa, Asmara, Baghdad, Basra, Beirut, Cape Town, Casablanca, Djibouti, Durban, Erbil, Khartoum, Dar es Salaam, Doha, Entebbe, Johannesburg, Kigali, Kilimanjaro, Kuwait, Lagos, Maputo, Mashhad, Marrakech, Muscat, Najaf, Nairobi, , Salalah, Shiraz, Seychelles, Sohar, Sulaymaniyah, Tehran, Tunis Windhoek and Zanzibar.

Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Chennai, Cochin, Colombo, Delhi, Dhaka, Faisalabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lahore, Mumbai, Multan, Nagpur, Peshawar, Sialkot and Trivandrum

The Maldives

Adelaide, Auckland, Bali, Bangkok, Beijing, Canberra, Chengdu, Chiang Mai, Chongqing, Clark International Airport, Guangzhou, Haneda, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Krabi, Manila, Melbourne, Osaka, Perth, Penang, Phnom Penh, Phuket, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Utapao and Yangon.

Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Montreal.

Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires

Qatar Airways Nigeria contact details

Below are the contact details for Qatar Airways Nigeria and Qatar Airways in Doha. The official Qatar Airways website is and not or

Qatar Airways Nigeria Lagos

11th floor, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 142 Ahmadu Bello Way Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria (Opposite Silver Bird Galleria).

1st Floor Murtala Mohammed International Airport

Working hours: Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm

Tel : +234-1-2798888
Fax: +234-1-2798888

Main Office in Doha, Qatar 

Qatar Airways Tower 1, next to Al Manna Building, Airport Road, Doha, Qatar

Working hours: Daily from 07:00 to 23:00

Tel : +974 4022 6000
Fax: +974 4462 1533

Codeshare Partners

Azerbaijan Airlines, Bangkok Airways, British Airways, Japan Airlines,
JetBlue, Asiana Airlines, GOL, Malaysia Airlines, Middle East Airlines, Oman Air (WY), SNCF, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines, SriLankan
Airlines, SUN-AIR of Scandinavia, Comair and Cathay Pacific, Vueling,
Finnair, Air Botswana, Iberia and LATAM Brasil.

Qatar Airways News

22 May 2018  – Qatar Airways’ inaugural flight from Doha to London Gatwick touched down today at London Gatwick Airport. The new 16 times a week service, operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, makes London Gatwick the award-winning airline’s sixth gateway into the United Kingdom and the second gateway to London.

Expansion plans 2018 / 2019

Canberra, Australia – (Daily)
Cardiff, United Kingdom – (Daily)
Lisbon, Portugal
Málaga, Spain
Mykonos, Greece
Penang, Malaysia – (Three times weekly)
Utapao, Thailand – (Four times weekly)
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
London Gatwick, United Kingdom
Tallinn, Estonia
Valletta, Malta
Cebu, Philippines
Davao, Philippines
Langkawi, Malaysia
Da Nang, Vietnam
Bodrum, Turkey
Antalya, Turkey

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