Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
The Abuja airport named after the first president of Nigeria, Nnamdi Azikwe, is the main airport serving the capital city. It has both an international and a domestic terminal which share the same runway.
Murtala Muhammed Airport
Named after one of Nigeria's most celebrated leaders, this is the busiest airport in Nigeria. With its two terminals which both run on the same runway, the airport serves over 10 million passengers yearly.
Margaret Ekpo International Airport
Named after one of the foremost Nigerian women's rights activist and social mobilizer, Margaret Ekpo, this relatively busy airport services the needs of travelers to and fro the 'Nations's Paradise'.
Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport
The oldest airport in Nigeria, this airport, named after the politician Mallam Aminu, is the main airport servicing the Northern Nigeria presently.
Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport
This airport is named in honor of a former governor and politician-philanthropist, the late Chief Sam Mbakwe of Imo State.
Asaba International Airport
Currently the only airport serving the Delta and Anambra region, it is believed that the entire project cost about N17.5bn.
Akwa Ibom International Airport
Akwa Ibom International Airport is one of the landmark projects which attracted accolades to then Governor Godswill Akpabio administration
Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa International Airport
Named after Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, a former Prime Minister of Nigeria, the airport was constructed in a record 18 months.
This is one of the airports that give access and connects the North-Eastern part of Nigeria to the world.
Port Harcourt International Airport
Known as the third busiest airport in the country after Murtala Mohammed International Airport and Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, it consists of a single terminal with separate facilities for international and domestic flights.
Sultan Abubakar III International Airport
Serving Sokoto and its neighboring states, this airport serves as the link connecting North-Western Nigeria and the rest of the world.
Gombe Lawanti International Airport
ABOUT IATA: GMO ICAO: DNGO Gombe Lawanti International Airport is also known as Sani Abacha International Airport. It is located at . Currently, the international airport serves Gombe State, a northeastern state in Nigeria. Gombe Lawanti International Airport got its name because of its nearness to Lawanti, a small village in Gombe State, Nigeria. The Federal Government began the construction of the Gombe Lawanti International Airport in 2005. In 2008, the airport was opened to the public for domestic and international commercial services. The first international flight from this airport was en route Jedda in Saudi Arabia. Since then, Gombe Lawanti International airport has recorded high air-passengers traffic. Gombe Lawanti International Airport has a standard runway paved with asphalt. In order to allow commercial operations at night, runway lighting has been installed at the airport. Also, the airport has an elevation of 1590 feet (484.63 metres). The international airport is well-maintained by experienced and effective personnel. SERVICES Gombe Lawanti International Airport is a hub for Arik Air and Azman Air. Currently, the airport handles domestic flights to Abuja State of Nigeria. All aircraft operated by the airport are well-maintained by expert engineers. BEST FEATURES -Well-maintained terminal -Standard Runway -Presence of Runway Edge Light -Hub for largest airline in Nigeria, Arik Air WHO CAN VISIT -Travellers -Tourists BEST TIME TO VISIT Gombe Lawanti International Airport is open from . You can visit this airport on your scheduled check-in date. SAFETY You do not need to worry about your safety as there are on guard security officials present at the airport. It is a safe location.
Sir Ahmadu Bello International Airport
Formerly known as Kebbi State Airport and renamed after the late Premier of Northern Nigeria Sir Ahmadu Bello, this international airport serves Birnin-Kebbi the neighboring areas in Kebbi, opening up the state to air migration.
Ilorin International Airport
This is the airport serving Ilorin and the neighboring areas in Kwara, opening up the state to air migration.
Dutse International Airport
Architecturally beautiful and strategically sited to connect Jigawa State with rest of the world, this is seen as one of the most beautiful and modern airports in Nigeria currently. With the standard of the terminal, the tarmac and runway, the seven-storey control tower, a fire service station, access roads, Arrival and Departure sections, with some parts fully air conditioned, the airport is a masterpiece and pride to all Nigerians.
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