Fly to Hanover from the UK with British Airways and discover a former royal capital that few international tourists get to see. Hanover’s mix of old royal residences, high culture and traditional festivals make it an equally good place to trace Germany’s history, to visit the opera or to down copper-coloured local Bock beer to the sound of German folk music.
Flights to Hanover are also an ideal way to access many of Lower Saxony’s undiscovered corners. The picturesque medieval towns of Hildesheim and Hamelin (of Pied Piper fame) are under 30 minutes away to Hanover’s south, while just to the north are the huge, eerie spaces of the Luneburg Heath, Germany’s first national park.
Flying from London to Hanover with British Airways
When you fly with British Airways, you can choose a departure date that suits you and you’ll enjoy a safe and comfortable journey. Our cabin crew will be happy to help you with anything you need, so you can simply relax. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 48 hours before you fly.
Hanover Airport is connected to the city centre by Hanover’s efficient S Bahn train network. Trains depart from Terminal C every 30 minutes and take 15 minutes to reach Hanover’s central station. Within the city, Hanover is served by a tram network which is ideal for covering shorter distances, while the S Bahn provides both transport in the city centre and fast connections to the nearby towns of Braunschweig, Celle, Hamelin and Hildesheim.
Hanover airport has some dependable options for both eating and shopping. The Gate 66 bistro serves a German and international menu overlooking both the runway and Hanover airport’s unique, child-friendly aviation exhibition. Terminal C’s News Café offers both good Italian-style coffee and reliable WiFi. Within the departure lounge, you’ll find a small selection of duty free shopping on offer.
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