Arriving in Lagos

Book your flights to Lagos with Etihad Airways and become entranced with the sights and sounds of Africa’s second fastest growing city.

Plan Your Lagos Holiday

Lagos is one of the largest cities in all of Africa and the Port of Lagos is one of the busiest in Africa as well. This is a city that is quickly becoming a sought after vacation destination with its modern infrastructure and plethora of ocean beaches along the Atlantic. Not far from the 5 star hotels that line the beaches are several entertaining and informative tourist attractions like the Nigerian National Museum and Iga Indungaran.

Like most West African countries, Nigeria experiences a dry summer season, shouldered by very wet seasons, it’s the winter dry season when the weather is at its most pleasant. The peak tourist season to travel to Lagos is between December and March, and it is best to buy your tickets to Lagos early if coming at this time of year. Cheap hotels in Lagos are easy to find from April to July, when the weather is warm, but the rain is heavy. Flight deals to Lagos can be found year round with our Deals section.

Flying from Larnaca

Take our flights from Larnaca and start enjoying your trip even before you reach your final destination. At Etihad Airways, we strive to make our passengers feel at home aboard our flights with our world-class service, which is why so many of them return to fly with us again the next time they travel.

Major Airports in Larnaca Town

Larnaca International Airport (LCA) is located close to Larnaca Town, just 2.5 miles to the southwest of the city.

Airport Transportation in Larnaca Town

Taking a taxi to Larnaca International Airport is relatively quick and not overly expensive. There are taxi services readily available 24 hours a day between the airport and various locations throughout the city and along the coast where many popular hotels are located. The ride between the airport and the Larnaca Town centre, for example, takes 15 minutes and costs about €10. Between the airport and much farther locations like Nicosia, Limassol, and Paphos take 35, 45, and 75 minutes and cost around €50, €60, and €105, respectively. The options for taking a bus to Larnaca International Airport are rather limited and there is no train to Larnaca International Airport, so taking a taxi is usually best.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Larnaca to Lagos on which you will be travelling in comfort and style. 

Etihad Offices in Cyprus

Larnaca, Cyprus
1, Spartis Str. (Corner of Spartis Str. and Artemidos Ave.)
Antoniou Building , 6th Floor , 6025
+357 24 743000
0900 - 1700 (Mon - Fri). Closed on Sat, Sun & Public holidays.
Larnaca, Cyprus
1st Floor , West Wing , Office 10.033.008
PO BOX 43052 , Larnaca Intl Airport , CY-6650
+357 24 008486
0900 - 1700 except Saturday

Etihad Office in Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria
Mulliner Towers
39, Alfred Rewane Street
Ikoyi
0809 993 6399
lostkt@etihad.ae
Monday -Friday 0900-1700 Weekends closed