|Nigeria :: Airports|
Travel by Air: Nigeria Airways connect the cities of Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Yola, Kano and Calabar. Domestic travel is sometimes interrupted by delays and fuel shortages and you will need to pre-book your scheduled flights well in advance. Charter flights are available from a couple of private operators.
Airports in Nigeria: There are 70 airports in Nigeria. Browse this list of selected airports to view details.
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IATA Codes: The IATA code is a three-letter code assigned by the International Air Transport Association.
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