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Germany during the Cold War Map
The history of the Cold War airfields: Berlin
Location of airfield
Berlin Biesdorf, in the area Apollofalterallee/Kohlweißlingstr/Distelfalterstr.
Usage during the Cold War
Helipad 1028 for Engineering Construction Bataillon 22 (PiBB-22) of former East German Ministry of National Defense (MfNV).
Runways, taxiways, aprons
Dimensions: 500 m x 200 m,
main takeoff and landing direction: 90°, 270°,
capacity: 4 helicopters.
Airspace and procedures
Usable at day and night during good weather conditions.
Alert time: 30 minutes.
The Engineering Construction Bataillon 22 (Pionierbaubataillon 2) was directly subordinated to the East German Ministry of National Defense.
Data for PiBB-2:
- Address: Lindenstr. 4
- Post Box: 82810
- NVA object number: 15/187
The deployment of East German military units and the establishment of the helipad was illegal, as it violated the Berlin status.
Airfields in the vicinity