From the 12 December 2022, all passengers regardless of vaccination status no longer require a pre (or post) departure COVID-19 test.
Proof of Vaccination
All customers travelling to Lagos are no longer required to provide proof of their vaccination status.
You must complete a health declaration form online prior to your arrival into Lagos. You can find and complete the form here ahead of arriving to airport.
COVID-19 testing on arrival
From the 12 December 2022, all passengers regardless of vaccination status no longer require a pre or post departure COVID-19 test.
You are not required to self-isolate on arrival in Lagos.
From the 12 December 2022, all passengers regardless of vaccination status no longer require a post (or pre) departure COVID-19 test.
If you are a UK passport holder visiting Nigeria, your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from your date of entry into Nigeria.
This guidance is for UK passport holders only. Passengers from other countries should check with the necessary Government department in their country of residence for travel information.
If you are not a Nigerian national, you'll usually need a visa to visit the country. Entry requirements differ, depending on your nationality and the reason for your visit.
To find out more about the entry requirements into Nigeria, please contact the Nigeria High Commission.
Apply for a Nigerian visa
If you need a Nigerian visa, we can help. We've partnered with VisaCentral, the global visa and passport experts, where for a fee they will apply for your visa on your behalf. And if you're a Flying Club member, you'll also earn two miles for every £1 you spend.
You can also apply for your visa through the Nigeria High Commission in London:
Tel: 020 7839 1244
Mon - Fri: from 09:30am to 05:30pm