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Flights from Nigeria to London

You want to book a cheap flight from Lagos or Abuja to London's Heathrow or Gatwick airports. Check the airfare of all airlines flying from Lagos to London Airports (links to their online flight reservation systems below). Use our handy flight comparison tool for an automated comparison.

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Flights from Lagos to London

These are the airlines that offer flights from Lagos to London, please click on the airline's name in order to book a flight with the featured airline:

Airline Route Stops


Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Dubai (DXB)

Air Nigeria

Lagos (LOS) to London London Gatwick (LGW)

non-stop (07h00m)

British Airways

Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)


Turkish Airlines

Lagos (LOS) to London Gatwick (LGW)

Atatürk (IST)

Ethiopian Airlines

Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Addis Ababa (ADD)


Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Cairo (CAI)

Arik Air

Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)

non-stop (06h45m)

Qatar Airways

Lagos (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Doha (DOH)

Flights from Abuja to London

These are the airlines flying from Abuja Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport to London Airports

Airline Route Stops

British Airways

Abuja (ABV) to London Heathrow (LHR)


Air France

Abuja (ABV) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Paris (CDG)

Air Nigeria

Abuja (ABV) to London Gatwick (LGW)

Lagos (LOS)

Arik Air

Abuja (ABV) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Lagos (LOS)

Ethiopian Airlines

Abuja (ABV) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Addis Ababa (ADD)


Abuja (ABV) to London Heathrow (LHR)

Cairo (CAI)

Below follows a map with the lowest flight path between Lagos and London

flight path between Nigeria and London

The Distance between Nigeria and London is some 4991km or about a 7-hour direct flight

Above is a map of London with the airports (London Heathrow, London Gatwick) pinpointed

London is served by London Heathrow International Airport (IATA: LHR, ICAO: EGLL) or simply "Heathrow" to many. London Heathrow International is in contention for the title for the world's busiest airport. In the year 2011 London Heathrow was the world's busiest airport by number of international passengers, transporting close to 65mil international passengers alone. It's was also ranked the third busiest Airport in the world by total number of passengers. It is the busiest airport in the European Union by passenger traffic and the third busiest in Europe by number of traffic movements.

Things to do in london

"You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford."

Samuel Johnson

London, London, London, you would be hard pressed to find someone who has not heard of, seen or visited this wonderful city. London is the largest and capital city of the United Kingdom and also holds the title of the largest urban zone in the European union on most accounts. London is the world's leading financial centre (shared title with New York City) and also has the fifth largest city GDP in the world. London is a kaleidoscope of fun, fame, fashion and everything in between and in the year 2011 it was the world's most visited city.

London is filled with many sights and attractions as far as the eye can see. And can provide for any man's indulgence. London has been described as a world cultural capital and it's easy to see why. Whether it be the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, healthcare, media, proffesional services, research and development, tourism or just plain old travel, London will provide what you need. In this year London will also be hosting the Olympic games so this is definitely one of the many reasons to go to London this year.

Below follows our list of the top things to do during your stay in London

Hyde Park

Make sure you visit the iconic Hyde Park. One of the largest parks in London and definitely the most popular. Pack your picnic basket, take the camera and bring along some good company. Hyde Park is open from 5am till midnight so you can spend the entire day. Make sure you walk along the banks of the Serpentine which divides the iconic park into two.

Buckingham Palace

Spend some time in the company of royalty and witness the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. Buckinghma Palace is the seat of the British Royal Monarchy.

Buckingham Palace  The British Royal Guard

Big Ben

Stand in the presence of the iconic Big Ben. The bell of the clock at the north end of The Palace of Westminster was affectionately named Big Ben by Locals. The clock is over a 150 years old.

The London Eye

Experience the views of London from above, on the largest Ferris-wheel-like attraction in the world, the London Eye. The 'Eye' attracts over 3.5mil people annualy and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in London.

The majestic London Eye

London's Emirates Air Line cable car

Only opened on 27 June 2012 the Emirates cable car is one of London's top attractions. At the peak of ascent the cable car reaches heights of 90m, giving one panoramic views of the O2 theatre, Canary Wharf as well as the entire city of London. The cable car crosses over the majestic river Thames and a one-way trip costs £4.30.

Piccadily Circus

Be a part of the hub of London at Piccadilly Circus. See the lights and billboards, go to the theatre, ride on a red London bus or shop up a storm.

Madame Tussards

Get up close and personal with the rich and famous at Madame Tussards. Which houses wax figures of the rich and famous

Trafalgar Square

Stand in the famous Trafalgar Square, an area full of history and commemoration. Often used for political demostrations and major events, such as New Year's Eve

Westminster Abbey

Revel in the beauty of Westminster Abbey, a breathtaking place of worship, where the history can be felt in your bones.

Tate Modern

If you are an art lover, visit the famous Tate Modern, Britain's national gallery of international modern art.

Tate Modern Mueseum
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge was built in 1894, when London was still a thriving port. Visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition and read the story of how it was built, or go and view the engine rooms below the southern tower.