List of Flight Destinations (Routes) in Nigeria
Traveling by air is one of the most efficient means of transportation. However, you may not be so lucky to get a flight that’ll take off from your current location to your desired destination.
Notwithstanding, there are numerous flight routes in Nigeria that you can take provided you’re in a location where the flight will start. This article is a comprehensive list of popular flight routes in Nigeria.
Note that all routes highlighted in this article can also be made in reverse. For instance, a flight from Lagos to Abuja is a popular route and can be made in reverse meaning from Abuja back to Lagos.
The flight routes in Nigeria include;
1. Abuja to Lagos
This flight route takes an approximate time of 1hr 30mins. The journey starts from Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and lands at Murtala Muhammad International Airport, Lagos.
Popular airlines that fly this route include Air Peace, Dana Air, Arik Air, and so on.
2. Lagos to Enugu
The flight from Lagos to the eastern state of Enugu takes about 1hr 15mins to complete. The flight starts from Murtala Muhammad International Airport and ends at Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu.
Major airlines that fly this route are Air Peace, Dana Air, Arik Air, Med-View Airlines, and so on.
3. Lagos to Kaduna
Traveling by air from Lagos to Kaduna will take you approximately 60mins to complete. Your journey will start at Murtala Muhammad International Airport and will land at Kaduna International Airport.
Major airlines that fly this route are Air Peace, Max Air, Arik Air, etc.
4. Abuja to Asaba
The flight from Abuja to Asaba will take you approximately 1hr 30mins. The journey will start at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and end at Asaba International Airport.
5. Lagos to Sokoto
Flying from Lagos to Sokoto will take you approximately 3hrs 40mins to complete. Starting from Murtala Muhammad International Airport, your journey will end at Sadiq Abubakar III International Airport, Sokoto.
The airline that flies this route is Arik Air.
6. Calabar to Abuja
Flight from the city of Calabar to Abuja takes approximately 60mins to complete. Planes for this route fly from Margaret Ekpo International Airport and land at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
Some airlines that fly the Calabar/Abuja route are Air Peace, Dana Air, and so on.
7. Lagos to Kano
Flight from Lagos to the northern city of Kano takes about 13hrs to complete. The major reason for this duration is that there are no available direct flights from Lagos to Kano. As such, flights stop at Kaduna International Airport, and then passengers are transferred to a flight that’ll then take them to Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano.
8. Abuja to Port Harcourt
A flight from Abuja to the oil-rich city of Port Harcourt takes about 50mins to complete. Planes flying this route start their journey from Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and land at Port Harcourt International Airport.
Some of the airlines flying this route include Arik Air and Dana Air.
9. Owerri to Abuja
Taking a flight from the Imo state capital to Abuja will take about 50mins to complete. Planes for this route depart from Sam Mbakwe International Airport Owerri and land at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja.
The main airline that flies the Owerri/Abuja route is Arik Air.
Other Flight Routes in Nigeria
There are other flight destinations connecting people from one destination to another. They include:
Benin City to Lagos
Abuja to Yola
Abuja to Enugu
Jos to Abuja
Jos to Lagos
Lagos to Maiduguri
Warri to Abuja
Lagos to Osubi
Lagos to Ibadan
Abuja to Osubi
Abuja to Ilorin
Ilorin to Lagos, and so on.
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