There are 13 primary airports in Nigeria distributed among 13 cities. Nigeria has the 126th largest tourism market in the world by air, with 600,000 tourists arriving each year.*
The national aviation authority for the country is Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.
|Lagos||Murtala Mohammed International Airport||LOS|
|Abuja||Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport||ABV|
|Uyo||Akwa Ibom International Airport||QUO|
|Owerri||Sam Mbakwe International Airport||QOW|
|Ugboru||Asaba International Airport||ABB|
|Lawanti||Gombe Lawanti International Airport||GMO|
|Rumumasi||Port Harcourt City Airport||PHG|
*World Tourism Organization, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics, Compendium of Tourism Statistics and data files.
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