Daily PCR, express PCR and free antigen rapid tests possible with appointment optional
All information about the Hanover Airport Walk-in / Drive-In Corona test site
Hannover Flughafen (Maritim Hotel)
Hotline:: +49 30 1200 70 686
Our test station is located at Maritimstrasse 1.
Monday – Sunday
- 07:00 – 12:30 H.
- 13:30 – 19:00 H.
Airport has limited opening times in December
- 08.12. 07:00 – 12:30 und 13:00 – 18:00
- 09.12. 10:00 – 12:30 und 13:00 – 19:00
- 24.12. 7:00-12:30
- 25.+26.12. 7:00-12:30
- 31.12. normal opening times
- 01.01. 13:30-19:00
Current waiting times
Directions to the test station at Hanover Airport
Leave the A352 at the Hannover Airport exit and follow the signs to Hannover Airport. Turn left twice behind the airport pond to drive towards the Maritim Hotel. Turn into parking deck P1 (street level). You can recognize the entrance by the large Coronatest.de banner
Arrival by public transport
Take the S5 to the airport, leave the airport on the arrival level, take two right turns and go under the covered area over to the Maritim Hotel and enter parking deck P1 through the door to the right of the revolving door.
You can drive directly into parking deck P1. You can leave the parking deck free of charge with your parking ticket within 15 minutes.
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Which test do i need?
There are various reasons for wanting to have a test for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus carried out. Perhaps you have had contact with an infected person, perhaps you are planning a family visit or a trip abroad. We offer various test options to meet your individual needs.
A rapid antigen test is the quick, safe method to determine if you have a corona infection. The tests we use are highly reliable with a specificity of 100% and a sensitivity of 98.5%. An acute infection with SARS-CoV-2, the corona virus, can be reliably detected within twenty minutes by taking a swab in the nasopharynx.
RT-PCR tests have a very high level of reliability and are recognized in almost all cases as evidence of a negative infection status. In addition to the nasopharyngeal swab, we also offer the relatively new gargle method, which the World Health Organization (WHO) equates in accuracy with the nasopharyngeal swab.