Nigeria has 31 airports and 26 of the airports are operated by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria. Almost all states have an airport and are served by air transport. The country has 8 international airports which act as the ports of entry as well.
When coming from outside Nigeria you are bound to land in one of these airports before proceeding to your final destination. Here is a list of the international airports that are found in Nigeria.
|Name of the Airport||City||Country|
|Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport||Abuja||Nigeria|
|Akanu Ibiam International Airport||Enugu||Nigeria|
|Ilorin International Airport||Ilorin||Nigeria|
|Kaduna International Airport||Kaduna||Nigeria|
|Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport||Kano||Nigeria|
|Murtala Muhammed International Airport||Lagos||Nigeria|
|Port Harcourt International Airport||Port Harcourt||Nigeria|
|Sadiq Abubakar III International Airport||Sokoto||Nigeria|
Nigeria has 17 airlines operating domestically; therefore you will not have a challenge getting around the country. The Nigerian Airforce also launched a commercial airline called United Nigeria that operates domestically.
For international flights, several flights land in the country from various countries and continents. You have to check with our RocApply team to find out which best airline to take at more convenient prices. Here is a list of some of the airlines that take the Nigerian route.
- British Airways flights
- Virgin Atlantic flights
- Med-View Airline flights
- Emirates flights
- Delta flights
- Qatar Airways flights
- Kenya Airways flights
- Lufthansa flights
- Ethiopian Airlines flights
- RwandAir flights
- Air France flights
- Etihad Airways flights
- Air Italy flights
- KLM flights
- EgyptAir flights
- MEA flights
- Turkish Airlines flights
- Royal Air Maroc flights
- South African Airways flights