Flight from Athens to Hannover from 176 €

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Use our best fare finder to search flights from Athens to Hannover. Then take a look at our offers and you are guaranteed to find the best flight deals. Choose what suits you best from the attractive offers for flights to Hannover HAJ in November 2022 from 176 €.

Whether it’s a business meeting in Hannover or the best holiday destination in Germany, a flight booked on lufthansa.com always guarantees you a comfortable and safe journey from Greece to your desired flight destination. Your comfort and well-being are top priority on every single flight for the entire time you spend on board.

State-of-the-art entertainment, in-flight meals and advance baggage check-in are standard on all flights to make your flight from Athens to Hannover as pleasant as possible. Our best fare finder can help you search for the best value to your holiday destination. The most inexpensive flight from Athens to Hannover is available for 176 € in November 2022.

Get away today with great fares on Athens Hannover flights (ATH - HAJ). As a major commercial and historical centre of Northern Germany, Hannover has many points of interest for visitors. Being the home of the Kings of England, the rulers built beautiful palaces and the famous Herrenhäuser gardens, one of the few baroque gardens still in its original shape. The Old Town has some impressive houses and the ancient cathedral, the Marktkirche. A love of festivals has created the world's largest fairground, which hosts a variety of fun events. The Hanover Messe is the largest industrial fair in the world, providing a showcase for global industrial technology. The Schützenfest is a festival where marksmen compete in shooting sports, and everyone can enjoy the fun fair rides and festive atmosphere. Don't miss the fun, book your Athens Hannover flights (ATH - HAJ) on Lufthansa.com today.

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