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 Laos

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Major Airports in Laos

Wattay International Airport (VTE) is one of the only international airports in Laos. It is located 2 miles outside of Vientiane. It provides travellers with various shops, restaurants, a post office and an Internet cafe and boasts a new terminal for international travel. Another major airport is Luang Prabang International Airport (LPQ), situated in Northern Laos. It offers passengers a limited number of cafes and shops.

Airport Transportation in Laos

There are no trains to Wattay International Airport or to Luang Prabang International Airport. It may be possible to take a bus to Wattay Airport, but you will have to ask the driver to stop near the airport as there is no designated airport stop. This could lead to a lengthy walk from where the driver drops you off. There is also no bus to Luang Prabang Airport. The most fun and most affordable way to get to either airport is by tuk-tuk, a three wheeled motorcycle-based taxi-service. Alternatively, you can hire a more standard, four wheeled taxi to Wattay International Airport.

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Interested in Lagos? Consider Moranbah

Plan your flights to Moranbah and give yourself the chance to explore Australia’s most vibrant mining town that is rich in natural beauty as well as mineral resources and is steadily increasing in popularity.

Plan Your Moranbah Holiday

Several flight deals to Moranbah are made available for the tourists especially during the peak season when the tours to the mines are organised. Moranbah, like neighbouring Mackay and Clermont, offers the visitor the opportunity to discover the history and culture of the area and of the mining industry, whilst staying in an attractive town with plenty of facilities and things to do.

Moranbah was established in 1970 to provide accommodation to the families who worked in the mines. It has developed in the recent past and become a vibrant town attracting an increasing number of tourists. People travel to Moranbah all year round to learn about its origins, to visit the mines and also to enjoy the other attractions the town offers. Cheap hotels in Moranbah are more likely to be found outside of the June to August period which is peak season. If you intend to travel then, it is advisable to book your tickets to Moranbah well in advance.

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