Private Flights to Nigeria
Enjoy best deals on private air charters in Nigeria, the private jet capital of Africa and the most populated nation on the continent. Air Charter Advisors is available 24 hours a day worldwide for Nigeria private jet charters, offering luxury and executive travelers around the clock service and private charter flights.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria, the country is located in West Africa, with its southern coast on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s also bordered by Benin (west), Chad and Cameroon (east), and Niger (north). There are 36 total states and Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
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Booking a private flight to Nigeria is the fastest, most comfortable way to travel to and from West African. Nigeria is Africa’s premier private jet hub, and an important stop for transatlantic jet charter flights.
Nigeria is home to 186 million people, the largest population in Africa, and the seventh largest population in the world. Since 2014, it’s been home to the largest economy in Africa, mainly from being the largest oil producer in all of Africa. It’s often referred to as the “Giant of Africa” from its huge population and thriving economy.
The future in Nigeria is bright as well. 90 million people here are under the age of 18, giving it the 3rd largest youth population in the world following India and China. It’s a multinational state inhabited by more than 500 different ethnic groups, the three largest being the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba. These ethnic groups speak just as many languages (more than 500), and identify with a wide variety of cultures.
Today, Nigeria continues driving the 20th largest economy around the world, with a $500 billion GDP and $1 trillion of purchasing power parity; South Africa, formerly home to Africa’s largest continent, was surpassed by Nigeria in 2014. It’s classified as an emerging market by the World Bank, a regional power in Africa, a middle power internationally, and an emerging power globally.
A member of the MINT group of countries, viewed as the next “BRIC-like” economies, Nigeria is also listed among the “Next Eleven” economies on pace top join the biggest economies in the world. Politically, the nation is a founding member of the African Union, and a member of several international organizations including the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations, and OPEC.
However, where the nation excels economically, its’s still falls behind socially. It’s currently low on the Human Development Index, ranking 152nd in the world. The official language spoken here is English, with the population divided nearly in half by Christians in the southern region, and Muslims in the north. A small fraction of the population practices religions indigenous to Nigeria, including Igbo and Yoruba.
For visitors, there are several natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. These include protected areas such as Cross River National Park and Yankari National Park, complete with waterfalls, dense rain forest, savannas, and rare animal habitats. One of the most recognized sites is Zuma Rock, a monolith located outside the capital of Abuja and pictured on the national currency, the Nigerian Naira. Learn more about ACA private jet charter services in the following destinations.