Abuja is the Capital city of Nigeria, and was named after King Abu Ja, who ruled over the Kingdom of Abuja over two hundred years ago. The following airlines offer flights to Abuja's airport, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, which serves the Capital city and the surrounding region:
17 June 2013
The PHCN (Power Holding Company of Nigeria) releases a statement about the power outage that was experienced on Sunday, at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport.This statement attributes the cause of the outage to issues with the National power grid, which have been rectified.
16 June 2013
Due to a power outage at Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, 70 flights have been delayed. Authorities have not yet issued an explanation as to what is responsible for the outage.
|Flight Route||Domestic Airline|
|flights from Lagos to Abuja||Arik Air, Aero Contractors, First Nation Airways, Chanchangi Airlines,Dana Air|
|flights from Port Harcourt to Abuja||Arik Air, Aero Contractors, , First Nation Airways, Chanchangi Airlines|
|flights from Kano to Abuja||Arik Air, Aero Contractors, First Nation Airways, Chanchangi Airlines|
|flights from Ibadan to Abuja||Associated Aviation,Overland Airways|
|flights from Benin to Abuja||Arik Air,Associated Aviation|
|flights from Maiduguri to Abuja||Arik Air, IRS Airlines|
|International Flight Route||International Airline|
|Addis Ababa to Abuja||Ethiopian Airlines|
|Accra to Abuja||Arik Air|
|Nairobi to Abuja||Kenya Airways|
|Frankfurt to Abuja||Lufthansa|
|London to Abuja||British Airways|
Your trip to Abuja would not be complete without paying a visit to the following attractions: The Wuse Market, Abuja Art and Crafts Village, the Gurara Falls, Millenium Park, National Mosque, Aso and Zuma Rock, and the National Ecumenical Centre.