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How to get a ride with Uber from Abuja Airport
Open your app to request a ride
When you’re ready, open your app to request a ride. Choose the option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
Follow directions in the app
You’ll get directions about pickup points directly in the app. Signs might also be available at the airport.
Meet your driver
Go to your assigned pickup location as specified by the app. Please note, this location may not always be at your nearest exit. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Abuja Airport tips
Abuja Airport facilities
From toilets and lost property to the dedicated airport staff, Abuja Airport has a wide range of services and facilities that are designed to ensure a pleasant stay.
Abuja Airport parking
A car park is situated outside of the terminal and within easy walking distance. If you’d like more information, contact the airport directly before arrival.
Abuja Airport currency exchange
It is likely that Abuja Airport will provide passengers with currency exchange services. For more information, be sure to contact Abuja Airport directly.
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Abuja Airport visitor information
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, more commonly known as Abuja Airport, is the main airport for Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city. It welcomes more than 3 million passengers every year and has recently opened a new passenger terminal. The airport is located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the city center of Abuja, a drive that takes approximately 45 minutes, provided there isn’t too much traffic. Uber is a great choice for fast, reliable rides for travelers to Abuja’s bustling city center.
Abuja Airport terminal
Abuja Airport has 2 terminals, one of which is for domestic flights and the other for international flights. A wide range of airlines can be accessed through Abuja Airport, including Air France, Cronos, and Lufthansa.
Abuja Airport restaurants
Abuja Airport is a small airport, so travelers who are looking for something to eat are more likely to find snacks and takeaway food rather than upmarket restaurants within the airport itself. If you’re looking for a sit-down meal with table service, Abuja city center is easily reachable with Uber, so it’s convenient to sample some of Nigeria’s best restaurants before or after your flight.
Things to do at ABV
Abuja Airport has several shops and a duty-free store for those who want to pick up some last-minute souvenirs of their trip to Abuja.
Services at Abuja Airport
Abuja Airport provides showers for travelers who are feeling a little bit worse for wear after their flight. Banking services are provided for passengers wishing to withdraw money, and comfortable seating areas are available for relaxing before or after a flight.
Abuja Airport lounge
For passengers wishing to relax or work away from the hustle and bustle of the busy departure hall, the VIP departure lounge is an ideal choice. Guests with professional commitments can catch up on their emails or get some work done, while holidaymakers can use this quiet setting to take a break before their flight.
Abuja Airport hotels
The variety of nearby hotels will suit all budgets, whether you’re looking for a luxury stay or an economy room. They’re perfect if you arrive late at night or have a brief layover and need to get to the airport quickly. The city of Abuja has a large amount of places to stay that offer quick and convenient access to the airport, and most are just a short Uber trip away. Whether you’re looking for simple accommodations or something more luxurious, there’s sure to be an option for you.
Points of interest near Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria and located right in the middle of the country. A relatively new city, Abuja has a skyline dominated by the huge form of Aso Rock, a 400-meter-high (1,300 feet) monolith that sits to the north of the city. Abuja’s central location makes it a perfect starting point for exploring the country of Nigeria, or a destination in its own right. Some of the city highlights for travelers to the area include:
- Abuja National Mosque
- Gurara Falls, Jabi Lake
- Millennium Park
- Utako Market
- Zuma Rock
Find more information about ABV here.