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|Coordinates||N540708 E0134928 (WGS84) Google Maps|
|Former East Germany (GDR)||District of Rostock|
|Federal state||Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)|
Germany during the Cold War Map
The history of the Cold War airfields: Karlshagen
Location of airfield
Northwestern limits of Karlshagen.
Usage during the Cold War
Helipad 3361 for HQ Fighter wing 9 (JG-9) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV).
Runways, taxiways, aprons
Dimensions: 90 m x 150 m,
main takeoff and landing direction: 316°,
surface: solid sand, partly grass (drill ground),
capacity: 1 helicopter.
The approach and take-off direction of 316° was probably caused by the near-by approach course to Peenemünde Air Base
, which was also 316°.
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Airspace and procedures
Usable at day during good weather conditions.
Alert time: 60 minutes.
Smokestack: direction 226°, height 25 m.
Airfields in the vicinity