British Airways flights to Abuja touch down at Abuja's Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, 27 miles from central Abuja, Nigeria's capital city. Take a walk around central Abuja after your flight, past the Presidential Complex, National Assembly and Supreme Court, at the foot of giant Aso Rock. Stroll through nearby Abuja Plant Nursery to see Nigeria's trees and flowers, then make your way to a hotel restaurant to relax after your flight to Abuja.
The best way to travel into central Abuja after flights is to take a hotel shuttle bus. Pre-arrange an Abuja shuttle bus when you book your accommodation and flight to Abuja. Otherwise, negotiate a fare with one of the taxi drivers waiting for flights to arrive outside Abuja airport Flight Arrivals. A taxi will take you into Abuja's city centre after your flight in around 45 minutes.
Get to know the Nigerian capital after your Abuja flight. Abuja is a city still being built, with new office buildings, hotels and government complexes springing up on every corner. On your trip into Abuja from the airport you'll see the distinctive 1312-foot-high geological feature of Aso Rock towering over Abuja's central business district, with the green dome of the National Assembly at its foot. You can visit Abuja Plant Nursery nearby to see Nigerian plantlife. Drop in to Wuse Market to stock up on woodcarvings, clothing, pottery and other African crafts to take home with you on your return flight from Abuja.