Hanover Airport (HAJ), also known as Langenhagen Airport, is currently the ninth largest German airport. It opened in 1952 and has four terminals.
15 km (9 mi) north of Hanover.
Hours Of Operation
Hanover Airport is open 24/7.
Hanover Airport Airlines
Hanover’s many airlines specialize in all flights east, heading to the former Communist Bloc countries of Eastern Europe.
About forty airlines make stops at Hanover. The official airport site has a full list at…
Hanover Airport — Realtime Arrivals & Departures
Here are the links to the live time tables for both arrivals and departures…
Getting To And From Hanover International Airport
Hanover airport is well-served and easily accessed by public transportation.
There is no direct connection to long-distance trains. You will have to connect in order to travel to the main train station. The S-Bahn train S5 provides a convenient way to travel from train to plane or vice versa within fifteen minutes.
The S-Bahn train is a fast way to get to and from the airport. The S5 line will take you from central Hanover train station to the airport in about fifteen minutes. The S-Bahns leave every half hour.
Remember to buy and validate your ticket BEFORE you get on board.
Bus 60 makes the journey from Hanover train station to the airport every twenty to thirty minutes.
Simple shopping options are available in Hanover airport. If you need some snacks for the flight, be sure to check out the supermarket. Lose your luggage and in need of some new clothes? There’s a fashion shop for you.
Those in need of Aspirin or sleeping pills for a long flight can check out the drugstore. And the Aviator Shop has everything you need to look like a pilot. ;-)
Food & Drink
Mediterranean buffets, diners and bistros are just a few places to eat at Hanover Airport.
The small, compact design of Hanover airport was an inspiration for the Soviets, who used it to design Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport.