Abuja Airport, Abuja - Stein Travel

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Welcome to Abuja Airport

The airport is 26 miles (42km) southeast of Abuja.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are available outside the terminal building. The 45 minute drive into the city costs about US $100.

City Transfers

Passengers arriving at Abuja Airport can take either a taxi or a bus to the city. The drive takes approximately 45 minutes. Buses charge US$30 for the drive into the city while taking a taxi will set you back US$100.

English is the official language in Nigeria and is widely used, though many other languages are also spoken.

Nigerian currency is the Naira (NGN), which is divided into 100 kobo. Approved exchange facilities include the major hotels and the airport, but official rates are very high. It is illegal to change money on the street. Credit card fraud is a problem and visitors are advised against the use of credit cards throughout the country. Credit card facilities are also limited. Facilities for changing travellers cheques are also very limited. Prior to travel, visitors should ensure they have a variety of currency options available to them (Sterling, US dollars or Euros) in cash. Travellers should be aware of the prevalence of commercial fraud in, and emanating from, Nigeria.

Terminal Transfers

The airport has an international and a domestic terminal. The terminals are within walking distance of one another and they share the same runway.

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