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Murtala Muhammed International LOS Airport Shuttle

As the chief airport of Lagos, Nigeria’s biggest city, Murtala Muhammed International is located just north of the busy seaside town, providing easy access to the city as well as a few miles’ distance from the many coastal getaways surrounding Lagos Lagoon. Get there without hassle by reserving a ride that makes each turn matter, whether that means going with a private rental perfect for intimate views or casual meet-and-greet services known for easy drop-offs to business locales and seaside resorts along Victoria Island.
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Lagos Airport Shuttle Service
The majority of the better hotels and motels in and around Lagos provide shuttle service from the airport including the Ibis Lagos Ikeja, GrandBee Suites, The Wheatbaker and Planet One Hotel and Wellness. Tipping is a local custom for the shuttle drivers. Rental car service is provided in the airport by Hertz, Europcar, Avis and Achan.

Ground transportation is offered through a few bus lines along Airport Road, the closest stop being the Strabag Station, while the Agege Train Station, located 6 miles north of the airport offers moderately convenient access to downtown. Avoid the hassle of waiting on someone else’s schedule by crafting your own instead, reserving a shuttle through either local or area provider for the added perk of custom drop-offs as well as helpful luggage handling services.

Shared Ride Van
A shared ride van is available at an airport for your convenience, allowing you to easily tour one of Lagos’ best attractions like Ponta da Piedade or Meia Praia, where nature glows with welcome and serenity. Find that right corner of paradise for one-time rides to extraordinary locales, booking a shared ride van with an airport transportation provider to reach upscale stays like Sheraton Lagos Hotel and Protea Hotel Ikeja, each offering their own unique take on luxury, while posh island stays like Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel and The Wheatbaker Lagos create unrivaled beauty on Victoria Island.

Private Van
If you’d like to tour Lagos with a group, rent a private van and explore the various exhibitions. This is a perfect way to head to the beach for a fun day in the surf. Want to find the perfect ride to carry up to a dozen passengers? Reserve a private van from shuttle companies to reach diverse hotspots hassle-free, walking across the former prison grounds reformed into scenic gardens at Freedom Park, afterward driving across quiet nature preserves perfect for seeing west Africa’s lush meridian tropics.

Private Sedan
Rent out a private sedan for a day or two to spend out in nature with your companion. Easily see places like Camilo Beach or the Praia Porto de Mos, where beaches and beauty go together to create a romantic atmosphere. Reserve a sedan to ensure you’ve got intimacy at arm’s reach, booking with sedan companies to explore the many seafood joints and cafés looking out at Lagos Harbour, afterward taking an afternoon road trip to the northeastern Omo Forestry Reserve, home to hours of fun in the form of nature trails and wildlife.

Local Personal Drivers
Take a drive with a local driver to take you around Lagos for a closer look at such sights like Parque Zoologico de Lagos, where animals can be visited easily, and the Monte da Casteleja, where wine goes from grapes to perfection. To see what’s off the beaten trail, go with a local personal driver instead, finding Lagos’ prettiest hidden gems, from classic Nigerian cuisine to incredible sunsets in surreal locations, all things you can easily bring into your reality by asking your driver to point you in the right direction.

Private SUV
Head out to the city with a larger group in a rented private SUV. This is a great way to travel to the nearby parks and attractions like the QPA Horse Riding Center. Reserve a private SUV to carry up to six passengers in any direction, booking with shuttle providers to look forward to the simplicity of local family-friendly getaways. Take your time at several theme parks along Victoria Island, including Dream World Africa, Apapa Amusement Park, and Rosellas Only Village Lagos.

Taxi Cab
Taxi cabs take you anywhere you want to go. You can even go from the airport to anywhere in the city. It is great for bags, too, whether you have been traveling or shopping. Whether you’re arriving to the LCCI Conference and Exhibition Center for work or attending a concert at the massive Landmark Centre, making it to downtown events can get heated if you don’t have a taxi – book today to avoid the hassle of parking and traffic tomorrow, all at the ease of hopping in and out as you please.

Stretched Limousine
Hire a limo to ride around Lagos for a few hours and experience the family-friendly adventures such as the different boats just off the crystalline shores. A city known for its dozens of upscale resorts and eateries, finding the fancy side of Lagos is easy, even easier if you’ve got a stretched limousine from local providers. Get a coveted table at eateries like RSVP Victoria Island and NOK Restaurant, also looking forward to performances at the stunning National Theatre Iganmu in dazzling fashion.

Chartered Bus
Experience Lagos by hopping on one of our buses. We can take you all over, making it simple for you to stop where you want and see it all. Big groups looking for big fun should book a big ride, reserving a chartered bus for enough room to carry over a dozen passengers, arriving to the incredible interior of Cathedral Church of Christ, afterward taking a break from the heat at the modern Mega Plaza Shopping Mall on Victoria Island.

LOS Airport Terminals
LOS Airport is home to three terminals, which are often distinguished as three separate airports; MMA1 is run by the government, the newer MMA2 is privately-funded, and the Domestic Airport has been recently renovated it.

MMA1 (Government airport): Services are limited and received poor ratings from most visitors. Poor cleanliness in bathrooms and food sanitation, bribes from workers, and limited air conditioning have resulted in international fliers choosing MMA2 over MMA1.

MMA2 (Private-funded airport):
-     Level 1: arrivals, check-in, baggage claim, luggage carts, café, shop, information desk, ground transportation, and car rental services

-     Level 2: departures, security, shops, restaurants, information desk, and a baby changing room

-     Level 3: food court plaza, shops, and VIP lounges

-     Level 4: airport offices

Lagos Airport Shuttles
Lagos shuttle to the airport
Murtala Muhammed airport is the largest airport in Nigeria and saw over 20 million visitors in 2013. The airfield is physically located in Ikeja, Nigeria and is 20 miles from Lagos.

Murtala Muhammed International Airport Shuttles
A little under 10 miles (15 km) from downtown, Murtala Muhammed International makes arriving to the city’s busiest corners easy if you’ve got a ride that can bypass traffic. Do so with a shuttle, reserving through either sedan or taxi providers custom drop-offs to the hotel of your dreams.

Before you reserve your drop-off, know exactly where you’re going, choosing between a variety of neighborhoods ranging from the tourist-friendly beaches along Victoria Island to the busy ferry terminals and views of Lagos Lagoon from Lagos Island. Equally coveted are the low-key sands across the uniquely-shaped Snake Island, which includes the sandy shores of Atlas Beach and Tarkwa Beach, while Lagos Mainland provides a series of railway stops, savory local cuisine, and easy access to the University of Lagos. Another option is the city of Ikeja, the capital of the state of Lagos, and located just east of the airport.

Make sure the day runs as smooth as possible by keeping track of all your trip’s logistics. Print out your shuttle’s reservation confirmation the moment it comes in, doing the same with any other bookings, whether it be for a beachside getaway or lay of the land through Peacock Travels and Tours. Stay even more secure by scanning important documents and storing them somewhere safe, taking care of medical prescriptions, identification, and passport for easy reference, afterward backing all digital scans up with a portable drive or cloud service.

About Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Taking upwards to an hour to reach Victoria Island and Tarkwa Bay, Murtala Muhammed International makes getting to the most popular hangouts somewhat difficult. Fix that by bringing home somewhere close, booking a room at nearby airport hotels for quick convenience and scenic surroundings, whether it’s through Marriott’s Protea Hotel in Ikeja or the luxurious House of Splendor Boutique Hotel in the same area, each offering elegant perks including upscale dining, spa treatments, and room service. Low-key options even closer to the airport include the business-friendly Excel Oriental Hotel as well as the balconied rooms of Blue Lodge.

If you’re stuck at the airport during a delay, pass the time with on-site eats, shopping, and relaxing lounges, the best and most diverse located in the MMA2 Terminal. Sit down for deep-fried goodness at either KFC or Chicken Republic, also considering healthy smoothies and parfaits from So Fresh. Restaurants include Barcelo’s, which offers Portuguese-style eats, and Mama Putt Redefined, home to classic African dishes. Shops include several duty-free goods, boutiques, and electronics shops, plus everything you could need at the attached SPAR grocery store.

Turn a simple work trip into a diverse adventure by having fun with what’s near the airport, exploring the nearby city of Ikeja, the capital of the Lagos State renowned for its blend of quiet suburbs and busy commercial districts. Take advantage of the Kalakuta Museum for a look into local culture, afterward visiting Fela’s Shrine, a unique worship site home to a truncated pyramid and cryptic art, while less obscure attractions include Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park and its neighboring Ndubuisi Kanu Park, both of which are located on the northeast side of Ikeja and offering open lawns, sports fields, and gazebos perfect for taking a quick break.

Lagos Destinations
Home to colonial-era architecture as well as pristine coastal resorts, Lagos is Nigeria’s largest city home to widespread getaways, most of which are located around the centrally-located Lagos Lagoon. Develop a sense of where you are by exploring Lagos Island first, home to several historic bridges and urban attractions that include the shops and vendors of Balogun Market as well as the old fountains and benches at Tinubu Square. Also on Lagos Island is the historic Freedom Park, an emblem of Nigeria’s independence from the British Empire, a topic easy to explore at the nearby Nigerian National Museum, which boasts a vivid collection of art and archeological findings, each painting a vivid story of the region, from ancient times to modern thought.

Move closer to the coast by hanging out at Victoria Beach afterward, a vivid escape home to quiet resort-spas as well as easy access to Bar Beach. Enjoy local art as well, taking a tour of Art Twenty One and Didi Museum, afterward doing some shopping at the super-sized Mega Plaza Shopping Mall down the street. When you get the chance, head west across Lagos Harbour toward Tarkwa Bay Beach for gorgeous sands, or end the day at the equally close Atlas Beach, both of which offer perfect sunsets worthy of waiting. Don’t leave the area’s surreal views without accompanying them with tasty eats as well, trying out incredible Nigerian at Jevinik Restaurant, or enjoying the western comfort of burgers and milkshakes at Hard Rock Café.

Lounges at Murtala Muhammed International Airport
-     Gabfol Lounge: Two locations; one in the Domestic Terminal and another in International. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, showers, reading material, conference facilities (International only) and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     VIP Lounge: Located in Domestic Terminal, level 3. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, reading material, and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     Llegada Arrival Lounge: Two locations, both in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, telephones, reading material, showers, and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     ASL Lounge: Located in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, premium TV channels, showers, massage chairs, reading material, and food/drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     SDS Lounge: Located in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, telephones, TVs, reading material, drinks, and fax machines, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     Skyway Premium Lounge: Located in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, reading material, showers, and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     Oasis Lounge: Located in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, reading material, showers, and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

-     Premium Lounge: Located in International Terminal. Perks include free Wi-Fi, TVs, telephones, reading material, showers, and drinks, plus disability access and flight information monitors.

About Lagos Airport
The airport has a local (Africa) commuter terminal and an international terminal. The government of Nigeria has used the income from the Nigerian oil business and other natural resources to modernize the airport to provide the quality of service and the amenities that can be found in any modern airport in the world.

Murtala Muhammed airport includes numerous duty free shops where local crafts and goods can be purchased. Some of the unique attractions in the airport includes a fish farm, a huge display of native flowers and plants and a variety of local art as decorations for each area of the airport. European, United States and Nigeria restaurants provide a variety of foods.

Passenger traffic from Africa comes to the airport through South African Airways, Med-view Airline, Kenya Airways, Aero Contractors, and Arik Air. Daily flights through Delta, Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, United, and Virgin Atlantic carry passengers from all over the world to Lagos.

Murtala Muhammed airport has a thriving cargo business supported from countries across the globe by Air France Cargo, Atlas Air, ABX Air, Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Singapore Airlines Cargo among many other carriers.

The government of Nigeria and the World Health Organization declared Nigeria to be free from the Ebola virus in October of 2014, so any health concerns about traveling to Lagos are minimal.

Lagos is the business capital of Nigeria and a large majority of travelers go to Nigeria for business. The country provides a multicultural experience. Vacationers have an option of enjoying beaches or traveling into the wilds to see animal life and visit uniquely African relics and scenery. Lagos is in every sense of the word a truly modern city.

Yellow Taxi is the most frequently recommended taxi service from the airport to Lagos. You are expected to pay the driver in advance (about $29 U. S.) for a ride to Lagos that may take as long as 45 minutes.

Hotels near LOS
The Wheatbaker, The Federal Palace Hotel & Casino, and the InterContinental Lagos are the most highly recommended five star accommodations in Lagos. The Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel is also highly praised for its beach location and service.

The Welcome Centre Hotel, GrandBee Suites, Palms Airport Hotel, and Victoria Crown Plaza Hotel are some of the most centrally located hotels for business travelers and are considered to provide three and four star service by guests.

LOS Contact Information
Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Lagos 23401, Nigeria
Airport Code: LOS