Your question: How much is flight from Abuja to Sokoto?

Which airline goes to Sokoto?

The main airline serving the Lagos to Sokoto route is Arik Air.

Does Arik fly to Sokoto?

Arik Air reinstates flights to Sokoto, Kano

Flights from Abuja to Sokoto and Abuja to Kano will operate weekly every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lagos passengers can also connect seamlessly to either of the two destinations via Abuja.

Does Sokoto have an airport?

Sadiq Abubakar III International Airport or Sultan Saddik Abubakar Airport (IATA: SKO, ICAO: DNSO) is an airport serving Sokoto, the capital of the Sokoto State in Nigeria.

Which airline goes from Abuja to Sokoto?

The main airline flying the Abuja to Sokoto route is Arik Air. Direct flights from Abuja to Sokoto are available.

How many hours from Abuja to Sokoto by bus?

Sokoto is a historical city located in the extreme of Nigeria’s northwestern region with hidden gems to discover. The journey from Abuja to Sokoto takes just over 9 hours if the shorter route is followed and just under twelve hours for the other route.

How much is Lagos to Sokoto by road?

Lagos is located around 749 KM away from Sokoto so if you travel at the consistent speed of 50 KM per hour you can reach Sokoto in 19 hours and 0 minutes.

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Which airline is the best in Nigeria?

Top 10 best airlines to fly in Nigeria

  • Air Peace.
  • Arik Air.
  • Azman Air.
  • Dana Air.
  • Aero Contractors.
  • First Nation Air.
  • Overland Air.
  • Max Air.

How do I find out flight prices?

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What is the name of Sokoto airport?

Sadiq Abubakar Iii International Airport

The IATA code for the airport is SKO.

Who built Sokoto airport?

Built by FAAN in 1983. Serving Sokoto and its neighboring states, this airport serves as the link connecting North-Western Nigeria and the rest of the world.

When was Sokoto airport built?

Sultan Abubakar III International Airport, Sokoto was commissioned on February 17, 1982. It is located at South-south West of Sokoto.

Is Abuja close to Sokoto?

Sokoto is located around 495 KM away from Abuja so if you travel at the consistent speed of 50 KM per hour you can reach Abuja in 13 hours and 19 minutes.