Date : 2020-08-06
confirmed cases : 45244
Recovered : 32430
Death : 930
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Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport is an international airport located in Abuja, FCT, Nigeria, and is the main airport serving the Nigerian capital city. It was named after Nigeria's first President, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe. It consists of an international and a domestic terminal. Both terminals share the same runway.
However in the morning hours from about 6.30am to 10.00am there is more traffic on the lanes from Airport into the town; while later in the day from about 3.30pm to 6.30pm there is more traffic on the lanes from town to the airport. The reason is that a number of people who live in the settlements along the airport road work in the city center.
The following airlines fly to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, AERO Airline Nigeria, Arik Air Air Nigeria, British Airways, Chanchangi Airlines, Dana Air, Delta Air, Lines Egypt Air, Ethiopian Airlines, IRS Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Overland Airways.
It is located 40 km (22 miles) from Abuja city centre, on the way to Gwagwalada. ABV Airport has a couple of terminals and a single runway.
Inter Terminal Transfer: Terminals are within easy walking distance of each other. The airport has two terminals—one for international flights and the other for domestic flights.
Domestic Terminal facilities are split into a couple of levels: - First level and - Second level. Services of Domestic terminal is Toilets, Escalators and elevators, Café, Wi-Fi available in the lounges. Its Lounges are Lounge One, @9tysix Lounge and Airspace Lounge.
International Terminal facilities are split into a couple of levels: - Lower level and Upper level. Services of International terminal is ATMs, Duty free tore, Toilets, Escalators and elevators, Free Wi-Fi. Its Lounges are SDS Lounge, FAAN Lounge, British Airways Exclusive Club Lounge and The Gabfol Lounge.
Getting to Abuja city: Abuja is the capital of Nigeria. Since most Nigerian government agencies are now headquartered in Abuja and most other countries' embassies have been relocated from Lagos to Abuja, it is a surprisingly expensive city.
Airport Taxis: There are organized and registered airport cabs that can take you from the airport to the city centre or any of the neighboring towns. The prize for cab to the city centre is between N3000 (three thousand Nigerian Naira, about 20 USD) to N5000 (Five thousand Nigerian Naira, about 30 USD) depending on where you are going. You can also get taxis if you stand near the airport exit at a cheaper price but this is not advisable especially if you are visiting the town for the first time.
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