The goal for efficient cargo services is dependent upon the level of infrastructure provision at airport terminals. Infrastructure for cargo handling should commensurate with variability in traffic. This study assesses the capacity of infrastructure for cargo operations at terminals of Lagos airport. Data for the study were collected by random sampling of 337 cargo agents and customs officers with the use of questionnaire. The study employed Chi Square and Kruskal Wallis tests to analyse data. It shows that there is adequate infrastructure, which are in good condition for cargo handling. This calls for policy direction to ensure that capacity is not underutilised.