Cheap flights from Lagos to Dubai
Flight information Lagos to Dubai
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 5890 kilometers
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Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
You will be able to fly directly from Lagos to Dubai with Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai and one of the world’s finest airlines. All flights from Lagos to Dubai will be arriving at Dubai International Airport, the country’s main airport.
* This information is correct as of February 2019
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport consists of three passenger terminals and is located only 5 km from the center of Dubai. As one of the busiest airports in the world, Dubai International Airport is also the regular recipient of awards recognizing its incredible facilities and excellent level of service. When your flight has landed at the airport, there are several options to reach your destination including by public transport. If you are traveling with Emirates you will be landing at Terminal 3 which is directly connected to the Dubai metro network. You’ll also find taxis available 24/7 outside the terminal and public buses are available for budget travelers. Alternatively, many visitors to Dubai rent a car. A world-class variety of designer shops, duty-free stores and excellent restaurants and cafés await travelers at the airport. Many other luxuries are also provided including free Wi-Fi, top quality airport lounges and rest zones equipped with sleeping pods for weary travelers.
Airport Information - Departing
Murtala Muhammed International Airport is situated around 10 km from Lagos and ranks as the busiest airport in Nigeria. The airport is comprised of two passenger terminals - be aware that these two terminals are situated several kilometers away from each other so it can be time-consuming to transfer. You’ll find a decent range of amenities and services at the airport. There are plenty of fast food chains, cafés and other eateries if you are feeling hungry, while you can also do some duty-free shopping. There are several airport lounges offering more luxurious surroundings where you can wait for your flights in comfort.
What to Expect in Dubai
Nigerian nationals going to the UAE will have to have a visa in advance of travelling. The weather in Dubai gets hotter than Lagos in the summer with average highs reaching up to 41 degrees, although temperatures cool down to enjoyable levels over the winter period. There are a wide variety of hotels in Dubai so you're sure to find something that suits your needs. The currency used in Dubai is the United Arab Emirates dirham, while the country is three hours ahead of Nigeria so don’t forget to roll your clocks forward when you touch down. Although you can easily rely on taxis to make your way around the city, the excellent metro system is also a convenient way to explore Dubai. Check out the best things to do in Dubai as well as the best things you can do in the emirate for free.
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