Nigeria

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is the largest country in Africa, by number of inhabitants. English is the official language of the country, making it is easy to communicate with locals. The capital of Nigeria is Abuja, this city offers a lot of modern Nigerian architecture. Lagos is the largest city and the economic centre of the country. By religion, the country is divided. About the half of the population is Christian and half of the population is Muslim. The country has seven international airports, the largest are located in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. The nation’s flag carrier Air Nigeria ceased operations in 2012. In 2018, the country suspended plans to relaunch its national airline as Nigeria Air.

Practical information:

Time zone: West Africa Time +1
Currency: NGN
National Day: 1 October
Airport: airport

What are the busiest airports in Nigeria?

Airport IATA Passengers
Lagos Murtala Muhammed Airport LOS 6,367,478
Abuja Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport ABV 3,462,830

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