Hähnichen: Helipad 3038

HSLP / HLP 3038

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CoordinatesN512039 E0145008 (WGS84) Google Maps
Germany during the Cold War Map
The history of the Cold War airfields: Hähnichen

General

Hähnichen is a village in today's federal state of Sachsen (Saxony), near the border to Poland. During the Cold War this area belonged to East Germany (GDR). For the 1980s, a helipad was listed here for POL Depot 14 (Treib- und Schmierstofflager 14, TSL-14) of the former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV). Probably there were no facilities at the landing site. With the German reunification and the end of the NVA, the helipad was closed.

Location of airfield

Sports field in the district Trebus.

During the Cold War

Use

Helipad 3038 for POL Depot 14 (Treib- und Schmierstofflager 14, TSL-14) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV).

Runways, taxiways, aprons

Dimensions: 50m x 100 m,
main takeoff and landing direction: 90°, reserve 360°,
surface: Solid grass (athletic field),
capacity: 1 helicopter.

Telephone

Sondernetz/Stabsnetz S1 5347-a

Airspace and procedures

Usable at day during good weather conditions.
Alert time: 60 minutes.

Obstacles

Forrest: direction 270°, distance 80-160 m, height 8-10 m.

Today

Use

Closed.
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