Find the most important information about Airport Hannover: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Hannover Airport (HAJ). Plan your travel to HAJ Airport with the information provided in this guide.

Hannover Airport is the international airport of Hannover, capital of the German state of Lower Saxony. The ninth largest airport in Germany, it is in Langenhagen, 11 km north of Hannover.

Hannover Airport

TERMINALS Airport Hannover

Hanover Airport has three concourses which are named Terminal A, Terminal B and Terminal C. They are organized in a compact way into a single building, split into two levels and linked by inner corridors. See the level distribution:

  • Level 1: The Arrivals level.
  • Level 2: The Departures level.


Hanover Airport offers the following services to passengers:

– Prayer rooms
– Customs
– Rental car service
– Playground
– Information counters
– Police Station
– Conference room
– Baby change rooms
– ATMs
– Lost & found
– Meeting points
– Kid’s playground
– Toilets
– Casino
– Hairdressers
– Fair and exhibition information
– Pharmacy
– Airport service center
– Observation deck
– Airport lounge
– Travel market
– Duty free shop
– Bulky luggage
– Disabled access
– Banking facilities
– Currency Exchange
– Baggage wrapping
– Toilets
– Free Wi-Fi connection
– Baggage claim


The following means of transport are available at Hanover Airport to get to the city centre:

Bus: By the 470 bus route.

Train: By the S-Bahn S5 line.

Taxi: Get to Hannover city centre within 20 minutes.

Car rental: Find the car rental companies’ booths in the Arrivals Hall. Remember you can also book your car through our searching engine!


Find above several contact information regarding Hanover Airport:

Lost property office: +49 511 977 0

Flughafenstrasse 4
Langenhagen, NS, 30855

Phone: +49 5 11 977-0


Hanover, in German Hannover, is the main city of the Lower Saxony state in Germany. The city hosts the Oktoberfest Hannover, which is the second large festival of its kind in the country. Hanover became famous after hosting the Expo 2000, putting the city in the map, and since then tourism gained importance letting Hannover Airport serve more international flights, even though the lesser demand due to the cease of many of the low-cost flights.

Along its history, Hannover was part of several empires such as the Napoleon Empire, the Kingdom of Hannover and the Prussian Kingdom.

While your visit in Hanover, you shouldn’t miss the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen, the Berggarten botanical, the Hanover Zoo, the Old Town, which hosts the Church of Saint Georgii et Jacobi and the Old Town Hall and the Kreuz-Chhurch-Quarter architecture.

According to your interests, there are many more sights to visit – We encourage you to discover every single of them!

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