Latest Updates On Warri Airport
IATA Airport Code: QRW
ICAO Airport Code: DNSU
|5°35′50″N, 5°49′10″E||8 m / 27 ft|
Warri Airport is a domestic airport which serves Warri city, Delta State. It is located in Osubi, a small town in Warri. The airport was built by Royal Dutch Shell, commonly known as Shell, to replace Osubi Airstrip which was becoming rather difficult to use.
Since the airport opened for public use, there has been a high passenger-traffic record at the airport. In 2011, the airport recorded a passenger-traffic record of 365,875, however, it dropped to 187,630 in 2015.
Flight booking has never been easier! If you can’t get to the airport, you can also check-in online. To do this, visit any airline check-in site and follow each step cautiously. Do not forget to fill in the right details to avoid any drawbacks.
However, if you have special needs, it is best that you check-in at the airport counter. These could be needs such as excess baggage, pets or documents that need to be verified. You should also note that not all airlines offer online check-in services.
Warri Airport has one runway with designator 04/22. It is paved with asphalt to prevent the wearing off of aircraft tyre. Also, there is no runway edge light installed at the airport.
|06/24||1800 m / 5906 ft|
Warri Airport is serves as a hub for Arik Air and Aero Contractors airlines.
The airport has a domestic terminal which handles local flights to some cities in Nigeria.
AIRLINE AND DESTINATION
The most popular routes from the airport are Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.
|Airline||Arik Air||Aero Contractors|
|Destination/Route||Lagos, Abuja||Port Harcourt – NAF, Lagos|