Favourite airline: Emirates
The most popular airline for flights from London to Lagos is Emirates.
Emirates
10 %
Virgin Atlantic
4 %
British Airways
3 %
Tip: book 4 months before departure
If booked 4 months before travel, flights cost only £363.00.
112 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Sunday
The cheapest days to fly on this route are Sunday.
Direct flights are more expensive
Direct flights on this route are £163.00 more expensive on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
06h 35min
17h 45min
31h 10min
£494
£331
£367
Favourite connection: via Dubai
Flights with a stopover in Dubai are the most popular connection for this route.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Dubai
18h 25min, from £524
10 %
1 stopover Istanbul
27h 25min, from £362
9 %
Direct flights
06h 35min, from £494
7 %
Return from £331.00
Flights on this route with a departure on 12/07/20 and return flight on 27/07/20 currently cost £331.00.

£331
Cheap
£331
Expensive
£1,279

The Thriving Commercial Hub of Africa

With around 17.5 million inhabitants, Lagos is the largest city in Africa in terms of population and GDP, and one of the fastest growing cities in the world. From its inception it has been a port city, built on a collection of islands, it has expanded inwards onto the mainland giving it its two main districts. The name 'Lagos' was given to the settlement by the Portuguese, meaning 'lakes'.

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When to visit Lagos

Lagos has a tropical wet and dry climate with two rainy seasons in a year, between April and June, and then in October and November. The dry season, from December to March, brings with it the Harmattan winds from the Sahara Desert. It can be both windy and dusty during this time. Lagos celebrates a range of both Christian and Muslim festivals such as Christmas, Easter, Eid Al Maulud and Eid Al Fitri. There are also several non-religious festivals such as the Lagos Black Heritage Festival in May and the Eyo Festival.

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Before you go to Lagos

UK passport holders travelling to Nigeria require a passport with a validity of a minimum six months as well as a visa. Visitors are advised to consult their GP six weeks prior to travel. There is a high risk of malaria in Lagos and medication may be a good option. It's also advisable to be vaccinated against diphtheria, hepatitis A, typhoid, tetanus, poliomyelitis, yellow fever and possibly more. The official language of Nigeria is English and it's widely spoken by many people throughout Lagos. The Yoruba language is also spoken by many locals. The Nigerian currency is the Naira (NGN), and a cheap meal costs around 600 NGN.

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Lagos airport transfer, local transport and accommodation

Murtala Mohammed International Airport is around 20 miles from Lagos city centre. A yellow taxi will take around 45 minutes to complete the journey and costs about 6,000 NGN. Rental cars can also be hired at the airport. In terms of getting around the city, taxis are by far the easiest way. Fares begin from around 400 NGN, though be sure to negotiate the price before you get in. The BRT buses drive on separate lanes, thus avoiding traffic. Tickets costs from around 70 NGN upwards. The yellow buses cost from 20 NGN, however, allow extra time for traffic congestion. A mid-priced hotel should cost around 10,000 NGN per person per night.

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