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Lagos

Best Things About Lagos

Though the title of capital city of Nigeria is no more with Lagos, the city still has the same vibrancy and charm as it had. It is the hub of Nigeria's top business houses, movie industry, and many attractive tourist locations. It is one of the most popular cities in Africa and known for its exciting night life. If you love shopping then you are going to fall in love with this place as you can find high quality products at cheap and discounted rates in Lagos. It has some of the best beaches in the world and places to live your life to the fullest. There are local transportation facilities in Lagos but the best way for sightseeing is on foot. Beaches, lakes, bridges and lively bars are what Lagos city is made up of. So, if you are planning to get spoilt and spend some adventurous trip then use Skyjet and book cheapest flight tickets today.

Culture, Cuisines and Climate in Lagos

Lagos is one of the best places to visit for cultural things as it showcases rich heritage and culture of Nigeria. If you visit to Lagos, make sure to visit the Freedom Park which is the hub of cultural and leisure park in the city. Several events like books festival, art galleries, music festivals and movie screenings are organized in the Freedom Park. For those who love history and culture, you can also visit the museum in the park. For those love partying and enjoy their night life, Lagos has unlimited options for you. You will enjoy the local Nigerian cuisines in Lagos which includes the famous Icne Bread dish. Some of the famous and local dishes that you must try are coconut rice, pate, tuwo masare, and tuwo shinkafa. Lagos experiences tropical wet and dry climate with good rainfall.

 

Prior to departure, all passengers travelling to Nigeria must register and complete the on-line pre-boarding health declaration at the Nigeria International Travel Portal.

https://nitp.ncdc.gov.ng/onboarding/homepage

 

Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/nigeria/entry-requirements

COVID-19 TRAVEL ALERTS Based on information last updated on Oct 22 2021 12:00 am GMT

 


London Heathrow Airport

United Kingdom (UK)


Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport

| October 25, 2021

Nigeria

 

  • Visa or additional documentation is required for Nigeria.
  • Passengers not holding onward/return tickets or other acceptable evidence of onward/return travel may be refused entry.

 

COVID-19 TRAVEL ALERTS

  • Covid-19 Test Required: Passengers aged 11 years and older must hold an electronic or hard copy of a negative PCR test result where the passenger was tested within 72 hours prior to departure. For passengers with multiple connections prior to arrival in Nigeria, the 72-hour test validity is from the first point of departure.
  • Covid-19 Form Required: Passengers must complete a Permit to Travel Certificate/QR Code generated by completing the registration on the Nigeria International Travel Portal prior to travel. Passengers will be refused boarding if not holding the certificate/QR code.

Passengers must complete the Health Declaration/Self-Reporting form, upload the negative PCR test result, and complete the payment for a PCR test on the 7th day after their arrival in Nigeria when registering on the portal.

Passengers aged 10 years and younger or holders of diplomatic passports who have not completed the online Health Declaration/Self-Reporting form may still board. Their health declaration and travel history will be captured by the Port Health Services at the destination airport. The payment for a PCR test on the 7th day does not apply to these passengers.

The requirement to complete the payment for a PCR test on the 7th day after their arrival in Nigeria does not apply to passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

  • Covid-19 Test and Quarantine on Arrival: 7 days on arrival. Passengers will be subject to testing on day 2 and day 7.

The quarantine and testing on day 7 requirements do not apply to passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

 

 

 

Based on information last updated on Oct 22 2021 12:00 am GMT

Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport

Nigeria


London Heathrow Airport| October 22, 2021

United Kingdom (UK)

  • Visa is not required for United Kingdom (UK) Nationals

COVID-19 TRAVEL ALERTS

  • Covid-19 UK Red List Countries: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela.
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  • Covid-19 Test Required: Passengers aged 11 years and older must hold a negative Covid-19 test certificate (PCR, LAMP or antigen test) obtained within 3 days prior to departure. The test may be printed or a digital copy, and in English, French, or Spanish. It must include the passenger's name, date of birth or age, test result, date of the test, details of the test provider, and name of the test device. Passengers not holding this test will be subject to an immediate £500 (GBP) fine. The passenger must ensure the test meets the minimum standards for sensitivity, specify and viral load details.

This does not apply to:

  1. Fully vaccinated passengers holding a digital or paper-based document proof of having received a full course of a Covid-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to travel, provided they have not been in a Red List Country in the past 10 days prior to travel. Accepted vaccines are Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson;
  2. Children aged 17 or younger who are travelling to Scotland;
  3. Passengers travelling for urgent medical reasons or accompanying someone travelling for urgent medical reasons who could not obtain the test in time;
  4. Passengers who cannot obtain the test due to medical reasons and have a doctor's note explaining this;
  5. Passengers who reside in the United Kingdom but work in another country and travel between the UK and their country of work at least once a week;
  6. Hauliers;
  7. Border and customs officials;
  8. Air, maritime, and rail crew;
  9. Passengers transporting human cells and blood products;
  10. Seamen and surveyors of ships, due to work on a vessel or need to transit the UK to join or leave a vessel;
  11. Specialist technical workers doing emergency works;
  12. Defence personnel, visiting forces and government contractors in limited circumstances;
  13. Foreign government officials in limited circumstances;
  14. UK government officials conducting essential state business, essential government work or essential policing in limited circumstances;
  15. Passengers travelling from the Common Travel Area (UK, Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands);
  16. Passengers holding a personal letter confirming registration and participation in the WLS or COP26 from the UK Government in Glasgow (October-November 2021).
  17.  
  • Covid-19 Form Required: Passengers must complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) within 48 hours prior to departure to receive a QR code which must be presented prior to boarding. The PLF must contain the correct flight number and date.

Passengers who declare on their Passenger Locator Form that they meet the COVID-19 vaccination eligibility criteria for reduced isolation and testing (the Vaccination Exemption), must hold proof they have received 2 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca or Moderna vaccine; 1 dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival (not include the day you receive your final dose);  or a mix between 2-doses of the AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, or Moderna vaccines.

The proof of vaccination must be issued by a national or state-level public health body that includes the passengers' forename and surname(s), date of birth, vaccine brand and manufacturer, date of vaccination for every dose, country or territory of vaccination and/or certificate issuer. If the document does not include all of the required passenger details, or the passenger does not meet all the fully vaccinated rules, the passenger must follow the rules for non-vaccinated passengers or may be denied boarding. Examples of accepted proof include the NHS Covid Pass, an EU Digital Covid Certificate, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccination card, or an official vaccination documents from Albania, the Bahamas, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Egypt, Georgia, Ghana, Grenada, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Maldives, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Oman, the Philippines, Pakistan, Serbia, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and The Grenadines, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Nations, the United States, and Vietnam. Passengers who have been fully vaccinated in Colombia can also be accepted, if they have not been in Colombia or any other red list countries in the previous 10 days.

The following passengers are not required to complete the PLF:

  1. Officials and contractors required to work on essential border security duties in the UK;
  2. Channel Tunnel system workers;
  3. Defence personnel, visiting forces and government contractors;
  4. Members of diplomatic missions and consular posts in the UK, representatives of international organisations, representatives at an international or UK conference granted privileges and immunities, and their families or dependents; or
  5. Representatives of a foreign country or territory or British overseas territories.
  • Covid-19 Test on Arrival: Passengers who have not been in a Red List Country in the 10 days prior to travel and who have been fully vaccinated must book and pay for a day 2 Covid-19 test to be taken after arrival. This does not apply to children aged 10 years or younger travelling to Scotland.
  • Covid-19 Test and Quarantine on Arrival: Passengers travelling to England who have not been in a Red List Country in the 10 days prior to travel and who are not fully vaccinated or are only partially vaccinated must book and pay for a day 2 and day 8 Covid-19 tests to be taken after arrival and quarantine for 10 days on arrival at home or the place where they are staying. Passengers will be able to end quarantine early if they take a Covid-19 test at their own expense through the Test to Release scheme.
  • Covid-19 Quarantine on Arrival: 10 days on arrival in a government-approved managed quarantine hotel at their own expense if the passenger has travelled to or transited through any of the Red List Countries in the past 10 days.

Passengers will only be permitted to enter the UK via London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), Birmingham Airport (BHX), Belfast City Airport (BHD), Bristol Airport (BRS), Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Aberdeen Dyce Airport (ABZ), Glasgow International Airport (GLA), Farnborough Airport (FAB), London Biggin Hill Airport (BQH) or Newcastle International Airport (NCL):

Passengers must have booked the quarantine package prior to arrival. The quarantine package will include the managed quarantine hotel, quarantine transport and the travel test package for Covid-19 tests on day 2 and day 8 of quarantine. Passengers who face financial hardship as a result of the quarantine costs may be able to apply for a deferred repayment plan when booking. Passengers who have not arranged a quarantine package prior to arrival may be fined up to £4000 and will still have to pay for the quarantine package on arrival. Passengers that break the quarantine rules may be fined up to £10,000.

The requirement of quarantine in a government-approved managed quarantine hotel does not apply to unaccompanied children aged 17 years and younger who have travelled to or transited through the above countries, provided they are travelling to England to attend a boarding school. These students must still quarantine in accommodation arranged by boarding school, and can only enter the UK via London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London City Airport (LCY) or Birmingham Airport (BHX). Students must hold a copy of the letter from the Department for Education to the school confirming these students are covered by the exception, and a letter from the school to the student showing the requirements are met.

The following passengers will not be required to quarantine:

  1. Defence personnel, visiting forces and government contractors, provided holding a letter from the Ministry of Defence;
  2. Officials and contractors performing essential border security duties, provided holding their official photo identification;
  3. International escorts undertaking extradition work;
  4. Crown servants or government contractors, provided holding a letter from the relevant department of the UK government;
  5. Members of diplomatic missions and consular posts in the UK, representatives of international organisations or representatives at an international or UK conference, and their families or dependant, will not be required to quarantine in a hotel but must quarantine in private accommodation on arrival;
  6. Representatives of a foreign country or territory or British overseas territories, provided travelling for official business that cannot be undertaken while in quarantine and holding a letter from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). Family members or other dependants travelling with the passenger must quarantine in private accommodation on arrival;
  7. Crew members, if they live in the UK they do not need to quarantine, however if they live overseas then they must self-isolate in their accommodation while in England, except while they are undertaking the exempt activity or travelling as part of their work;
  8. Seamen and masters and inspectors and surveyors of ships, if they live in the UK they do not need to quarantine, however if they live overseas then they must self-isolate in their accommodation while in England, except while they are undertaking the exempt activity or travelling as part of their work;
  9. Transit passengers who will not enter the United Kingdom;
  10. Passengers who were in transit through a red list country, provided the passengers did not mix with any other passengers in the airport and no new passengers boarded the flight after the transit stop. Passengers may leave the flight during the transit stop; or
  11. Medical staff employed by NHS and passengers transporting human cells or blood.
  • Covid-19 Information: Passengers who have the status ‘red’ in their Passenger Locator Form and have booked Managed Quarantine Service are required to follow ‘red list arrivals’ signage after disembarking the aircraft at London Heathrow Airport (LHR).