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09R / 27L = 2340m x 45m
09L / 27R = 3800m x 45m
09C / 27C = 780m x 23m
Tower - 120.175
Ground - 121.950
Approach - 131.325
ATIS - 136.575
The Hannover airport (HAJ / EDDV ) is with a annual passenger volume about 5.2 million passengers the largest commercial airport in the state of Lower Saxony and the ninth largest in Germany.
Their naming he owed to the city of Hannover, which is located about 10 km south of him and the city of Langenhagen, which is located nearby of the airport.
The passengers are handled at the three terminals A, B and C which are located betwenn the northern and the southern runway where all arrivals and departures are performed.
Terminal A was built in 1973 and was optically adapted to the Terminal C after a long remodeling in 2014. The Gates 01 up to 06 are located here were the StarAlliance members like Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, SAS and Swiss are handled here passengers. Two other airlines which based at Terminal A are Eurowings & Wizzair which also performed their flights from here. Just like the other two terminals B, C it was built in a triangel-shaped design what allowes short distances from the car parking to the counters for check-inn.
Exactly like Terminal A the Terminal B was built in 1973 and offers six gates ( 7 up to 12 ) where passengers could enter the aircrafts over modern passenger boarding bridges. Its used by Turkish Airlines, another StarAlliance member at Hannover airport, and other airlines which connect the capital city of Lower Saxony with different regions in Turkey. Furthermore all flights to Britain, who are performed by British Airways and Flybe, are handled here together with the daily service to Moscow which is operated by Aeroflot.
Due to the rising passenger volume and the promise for the EXPO 2000 was begun in 1996 to build a third terminal whixh was opened in 1998 after to years of construction. The number of passenger boarding bridges was increased up to twenty with the Gates 13 up to 20. Under the terminal is an railway station which connect the airport with the central station and the fair who is located in the south of Hannover. A large proportion of all flights in the popular holiday regions in the mediterranean sea and the canary islands are handled here by different airlines like TUIfly, Condor, Norwegian, SmallPlanet & Vueling . Also airlines like KLM & HOP are based here for daily flights to Paris and Amsterdam.
The Terminal D, also called as "Transithalle", is located betwenn Terminal C and the parking garage "P East" and was exclusively used for military charters of the Royal Air Force and the German Air Force who bring soldiers in different regions in the world from here. Since a few time this terminal is only rarely in use, because the british support points near Hannover are closed.
Karl-Jatho-Terminal / GAT - General Aviation Terminal
In the north of the airport area, near taxiway M, is the "Karl-Jatho-Terminal" (GAT1) and the GAT 2 which is used for business traffic. On the little apron at this terminal is enough place for small private aircrafts like Challengers, Citations and helicopters and many small airlines based here with their aircrafts and maintenance hangars.
Runway 09R / 27L - "Südbahn"
The runway 09R / 27L was the first of two runways at Hannover airport who was built in 1952 with a full length of 1680mtr. Seven years later the southern runway was extended to 2,340 meters which length it has still today. It is located at the southern part of the airport near the villages Godshorn and Engelbostel.
Runway 09L / 27R - "Nordbahn"
12 years after the "Südbahn" goes in service the airport decided to built a new runway. The "Nordbahn" was opened in 1966 and is located in the northern part of the airport area, lying paralel to the southern runway. After two extensions in 1969 and 1990 the 09L / 27R became a full length of 3800 meters and is released for unrestricted intercontinental traffic. Just like her little sister in the south it aligned in east-west direction.