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Murtala Muhammed International Airport LAGOS
Lagos bound Arik Air flights from London Heathrow land at Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport, 14 miles north-west of Lagos city centre. Murtala Muhammed International Airport located in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria, is the major airport serving the city of Lagos, south western Nigeria and the entire nation. Originally known as Lagos International Airport, it was renamed midway during construction after a former Nigerian military head of state Murtala Muhammed. The international terminal was modelled after Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. The airport opened officially on 15 March 1979.
Murtala Muhammed International Airport consists of an international and a domestic terminal, located about one kilometre from each other. Both terminals share the same runways. In 2008, the new domestic terminal served 5,136,697 passengers. Taxis can transport you to Lagos Island after your flight lands at Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport in around 40 minutes. Bridges connect Lagos Island to neighbouring Ikoyi Island and Victoria Island.
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ABOUT ARIK AIR AND THE LONDON TO LAGOS ROUTE
Arik Air is a wholly-owned Nigerian airline with a commitment to the people of Nigeria to deliver new standards in aviation. Founded in 2002, since 2008 international routes include London to Lagos from where you can fly on to other destinations in the country, including the Nigerian capital Abuja or onwards from the Lagos hub to regional destinations such as Freetown in Sierra Leone.