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 Bangladesh

Flights from Bangladesh to your chosen destination will include new levels of luxury when you fly with Etihad Airways. Travel in comfort and enjoy the excellent standard of service you know you can expect from Etihad.

Major Airports in Bangladesh

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) serves the city of Dhaka with international flights to worldwide destinations. The airport is located about 20 km from the city and is convenient for both tourists and business travellers.

In the south-eastern region of Bangladesh, the Shah Amanat International Airport (CGP) serves the port city of Chittagong. The airport accommodates a larger number of international passengers than domestic ones and has more dedicated space for handling the large number of passengers.

Airport Transportation in Bangladesh

Some travellers take a taxi to Shah Amanat International Airport through the Agrabad area. Although transportation throughout Bangladesh is commonly by rickshaws, you can also get a micro-bus to Shah Amanat International Airport at bus stops throughout the city.

For journeys to and from Hazrat Shahjalal Airport, travelling by taxi is a more convenient option than the traditional rickshaw. There are not many feasible alternatives, as there is no train to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

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Interested in Lagos? Consider Munich

Book your flights to Munich with Etihad Airways and enjoy a populous city filled with music and history, wrapped in the best of German construction.

Plan Your Munich Holiday

It would be difficult to have interests left unfulfilled by travel to Munich. From the millennia worth of physical art to the musical stylings of the world’s most famous classical composers to the economic powerhouse that is the city itself, every want and need is catered for. With an architectural pedigree like no other and scenery that boasts the Englischer Garten, an area of greenery larger than New York’s Central Park, there’s no shortage of sights for those who book tickets to Munich.

The summer months, and pushing into autumn, are likely to be very busy as the heat and beauty draws plenty of travellers to the city. If you plan to travel at these times, we recommend that you book well in advance. To avoid the larger throngs and find cheap hotels in Munich, consider winter breaks when there will still be a host of Christmas and New Year focused activities. As always, check our Deals section to find the very best flight deals to Munich at any time.

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