Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport is an international airport in Abuja, Abuja Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria. Its IATA code is ABV and is located latitude 9.01 and longitude 7.26 in Nigeria and operates in WAT time zone.
It has one runway that allow night landings, and can handle virtually any type of aircraft such as oversized jumbo jets commercial jumbo jets and long haul transport aircraft. It regularly services large turboprop commuters, short and medium haul transport aircraft. It can support single engine aircraft, light twins, most business jets and commuter aircraft.
|04/22||11842 ft / 3609 m||197 ft / 60 m||ASP||Yes|
Most Popular Departures From ABV
|Lagos||Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS)|
|Frankfurt am Main||Frankfurt Airport (FRA)|
|Cairo||Cairo International Airport (CAI)|
|Lomé||Lomé–Tokoin Airport (LFW)|
|Owerri||Sam Mbakwe International Airport (QOW)|
|Warri||Warri Airport (QRW)|
|Ugboru||Asaba International Airport (ABB)|
|Lawanti||Gombe Lawanti International Airport (GMO)|
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