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Nigeria, being one of the popular and busiest travel destination among travellers from UK, is being served by many top rated airlines. If taking a direct flight to Nigeria is your preference, you can opt for British airways or Virgin Atlantic. If you are living near to London Gatwick airport, you can fly to Nigeria with Medview Airline. Almost all major european carriers offer flights to nigeria from multiple departure airports in UK. Lufthansa, KLM and Air France are of few popular airlines among travellers, serving different airports in Nigeria from UK. Emirates being the top rated airline is choice of an overwhelming majority of travellers, seeking flights to Nigeria either from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham or Glasgow airports. Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways also offer a comfortable flight journey from UK to Nigeria . If stopping by in historical city of Istanbul, is what you have been looking for, you can fly with Turkish Airlines from London Heathrow or Manchester to choice of your destinations in Nigeria .If you prefer to fly to Nigeria with African carriers then the Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways can be your ultimate choice .

Bargain deals for return flights to Nigeria

 
£ 338.4
Gatwick LGW
Murtala Muhammed LOS
Travel Between: 2017-05-10 - 2017-05-22
Turkish Airlines
£ 356.5
Gatwick LGW
Nnamdi Azikiwe Intl ABV
Travel Between: 2017-05-10 - 2017-05-22
Turkish Airlines
£ 637.8
Heathrow LHR
Port Harcourt Intl PHC
Travel Between: 2017-09-05 - 2017-09-22
Air France
£ 1517.37
Heathrow LHR
Mallam Aminu Intl KAN
Travel Between: 2017-05-10 - 2017-05-22
Egypt Air
£ 2708.5
Heathrow LHR
Yola YOL
Travel Between: 2017-05-10 - 2017-05-22
Medview Airline
£ 2842
Heathrow LHR
Enugu ENU
Travel Between: 2017-05-10 - 2017-05-22
Lufthansa

Most Traveled flight routes and flight duration to Nigeria

  • Flights from London Heathrow to Nigeria (LOS) with British Airways: 6 hours 30 minutes
  • Flights with Medview airline from London Gatwick to Nigeria (lagos) : 6 hours 45 minutes
  • Flights from Heathrow to Nigeria ( Abuja ) with BA (British airways): 6 hours 40 minutes
  • Flights from Manchester to Nigeria ( Lagos) with Air france : 11 hours 10 minutes
  • Flights with KLM from Glasgow to Nigeria with 01 stop at Amsterdam : 10 hours 15 minutes
  • Flights to Nigeria (Los) from Birmingham flying with emirates : 18 hours 10 minutes
  • Flights from London Heathrow to Nigeria via Dubai with emirates: 17 hours 50 minutes
  • Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nigeria via Addis Ababa from Heathrow : 15 hours 30 minutes
  • Qatar Airways flights from Manchester to Nigeria via Doha with Qatar airways: 15 hours 20 minutes
  • Medview airlines flights to Port Hartcourt ( Nigeria ) from Gatwick : 8 hours 10 minutes

Weekly Schedule of Airlines Flying to Nigeria

Following is the weekly schedule of airlines offering flights for Nigerian destinations:

  • Medview Airline has once a day direct flight from Gatwick Airport.
  • British Airways operates daily direct flights to Abuja and Lagos from Heathrow Airport. Daily connecting flights are also available at Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham.
  • Emirates Airlines has daily connecting flights from Gatwick, Heathrow, Glasgow and Birmingham to Lagos and Abuja.
  • With Air France you can fly to main Nigerian airports. However, it only offers connecting flights departing daily from Heathrow, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester.
  • Lufthansa offers daily connecting flights to Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. These flights are available at Heathrow, Manchester and Birmingham.
  • KLM has daily connecting flights to major Nigerian destinations from Birmingham, Heathrow, Glasgow and Manchester.

What is baggage allowance of different airlines for main Nigerian airports?

This factor is really important in deciding the most suitable airline for your journey. Travellers who are going for vacations need more baggage allowance to fit everything they need. Below is the list of airline with their respective baggage allowance:

  • Lufthansa allows you to take 1 piece of 23kg in economy classic and economy flex whereas you can take 2 bags of 32kg each in business class.
  • With Air France you can take one piece of 23kg in economy, two pieces of 23kg each in premium economy, two pieces of 32kg each in business and three pieces of 32kg each in La Premiere class.
  • British Airways has baggage allowance of one piece of 23kg in economy class, two pieces of 32kg each in business class and three pieces of 32kg each in first class.
  • When you choose Med-View Airline, you can take two pieces of 32kg each in economy class whereas three pieces of 32kg each in business class.
  • KLM has baggage allowance of 12kg in economy class and 18kg in business class.
  • Kenya Airways allows you to take two pieces of 23kg each in economy class and two pieces of 32kg each in premier world.
  • Emirates Airlines has baggage allowance of 35kg in economy class (depending on fare type), 40kg in business class and 50kg in first class.

What is the best time to book flights to Nigeria?

Mainly there are two seasons in Nigeria, dry or winter and wet or summer. Jos town has the most pleasant climate in all of Nigeria. Rest of the country has hot weather. Northern parts of the country are hot and dry whereas southern parts are hot and humid. So the best time to visit Nigeria is from October to January. Peak season lies between December to January as most Nigerian festivals occur during this part of the year.

Northern and southern parts also differ in timing of wet season. Rainy season occurs from April to September in North and in South it is between March to November. There are fewer crowds in off season and flights are cheaper than the peak season. However, if you want to visit Nigeria during peak season, we would recommend you to book flights few months in advance.

Where can I stay in Nigeria?

You can find five star and international hotels in Lagos and other major towns. However, these are fully booked during peak season and you have to book in advance. Lagos is the most congested city not only in Nigeria but also in Africa as well. Most of the good hotels are only available on this island. These hotels are usually really expensive in peak season but alternate options are also available.

You can stay in rest houses which are run by government. These are available throughout the country. Colonial-style houses and bungalows are used for this purpose. Another option is to get accommodation from Christian missions. They will offer you basic enmities at reasonable price. Major Nigerian towns also have sporting clubs which offer meals and accommodation at cheap rates. However, you have to purchase a temporary membership before your stay in these clubs.

Must-visit Tourists’ Attractions and Restaurants in Nigeria

Nigeria is best of those travellers who want to explore Africa off-the-beaten-path. It has scenic beaches, national parks and museums. Also its food is delicious and must-to-try. We have compiled a list of top restaurants and places in Nigeria:

  • Lagos: You cannot miss Lagos’ famous beaches. The best among them are Eleko, Bar, Elegushi and Lekki Miami Beach. The best restaurants in town are Terra Kulture, Villa Medici and Eko Sky Restaurant and Lounge.
  • Abuja: Located in the center of the Nigeria, Abuja is a modern African city. There are amazing tourists' attractions like Aso Rock, the National Mosque, National Ecumenical Center and Zuma Rock. Food lovers should visit Salamander Cafe, BlueCabana and Bukka at the Hilton.
  • Port Harcourt: Although it is a major commercial city of Nigeria, it offers plenty of sights to its visitors. You have to include Port Harcourt Tourist Beach, Isaac Boro Garden Park, Culture Center and Rivers State Museum. The best places for eating out are Jevinik Restaurant, The Playhouse Lounge and Genesis Restaurant.
Annual Events & Celebrations

A trip to Nigeria would be incomplete without attending its cultural festivals. Following are the most popular festivals of the country:

  • Lagos Carnival 
    The carnival is the most exciting party of the year in Nigeria. Preparation for the festival starts weeks before. Many international tourists visit Lagos only to attend the carnival.
  • Osun Festival
    This festival is an important part of Nigerian culture. Every year, it annually occurs during the months of July and August. Osun Festival pays homage to the Oshun of Osun State - the river goddess.
  • Carniriv
    The Port Harcourt Carnival is a combination of two carnivals: a cultural carnival and a Caribbean style carnival. It is celebrated for seven days before Christmas.

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