Cheap Business Class Flights to Nigeria

Nigeria Business Class OffersBook By 29 May 2024
DepartingArrivalAirlineTravel datesPrice
ManchesterLagosEthiopian Airlines25 Dec 2024 - 30 Jan 2025fr£1711.00
LondonLagosEthiopian Airlines16 May 2025 - 22 Jul 2025fr£1819.00
LondonLagosEtihad Airways16 May 2025 - 22 Jul 2025fr£2115.00
ManchesterPort Harcou...Lufthansa13 Jan 2025 - 18 Mar 2025fr£2589.00
LondonAbujaGulf Air22 Jan 2025 - 31 Mar 2025fr£2611.00
LondonLagosGulf Air25 Dec 2024 - 30 Jan 2025fr£3450.00
Flights to Business Class£3450

If you’re booking a trip to Nigeria, be sure to check out our cheap business class fares to one of Africa’s quickest-growing destinations, with plenty to see and do, whether you’re travelling for business or not.

The West African nation is often referred to as the ‘Giant of Africa’, due to both its physical size and population, but also the fact that it’s the continent’s largest economy.

It’s also the 20th largest economy in the world and considered one of the quickest growing in the world, predicted to take an increasing role on the world stage, hence why it is attracting more and more business travellers!

Aside from business though, there’s plenty to see and do during a trip to Nigeria with our cheap business class flights, from the booming city of Lagos to the beautiful natural landscapes.

Lagos is a real urban jungle and can be a bit of an assault on the senses! You’ll probably spend most of your time around Victoria Island, which isn’t just the city’s financial centre, but also where you’ll find the city’s beach resorts, shopping districts and nightlife.

The Freedom Park is a great place to catch your breath and is located on the site of an old colonial-era prison and hosts regular events and another of the city’s main attractions is the Nigerian National Museum, which houses numerous cultural artefacts.

Of course, you can also choose to spend your time in Lagos simply relaxing on one of the beaches on the shores of the Gulf of Guinea.

Aside from Lagos, the country is home to some amazing wildlife reserves such as the Cross River National Park and Yankari National Park, both of which feature a variety of landscapes, from savannah to rainforest and several protected wildlife species.

One of the country's other popular landmarks is Zuma Rock, a huge monolith that stands just outside the capital city of Abuja.

Why fly business class?

If you are flying to Nigeria, why not consider upgrading your flight to business class? Business class passengers have access to a range of benefits such as extra legroom, a seat that folds back into a bed to allow you to catch up on some sleep, as well as an improved food menu prepared by a proper chef!

You’ll also have access to the business class lounge before the flight and free Wi-Fi once you board, so you've got chance to get on with some work if you need to.

Popular Routes

Direct flights are available from London to both Lagos and Abuja, with the average flight taking around six and a half to seven hours.

If you’re flying from elsewhere in the UK, you’ll have to take an indirect service with a changeover in European hubs such as Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt, with the flight taking about ten to ten and a half hours.

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So, whatever the reason for your visit, be sure to check out our cheap business class fares to Nigeria today to ensure that you get the very best deal on your flights, hotel and car hire for your journey.