Hammerunterwiesenthal: Helipad 1017

HSLP / HLP 1017

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CoordinatesN502710 E0130003 ca. (WGS84) Google Maps
Former East GermanyDistrict of Karl-Marx-Stadt
Federal stateSachsen (Saxony)
OperatorMfNV NVA
Map with location of Hammerunterwiesenthal Helipad 1017, Germany
Germany during the Cold War
The history of the Cold War airfields: Hammerunterwiesenthal
by Bert Kondruss

General

Hammerunterwiesenthal is a village in todays federal state of Sachsen (Saxony), directly on the border to the Czech Republic. During the Cold War, this area belonged to East Germany. For the 1980s, a helipad was listed for Sub Depot 1 of Signals Depot 2 (TL-1/NGL-2) of the East German National People's Army (NVA). The exact location of the field cannot be determined from the available information. Probably there were no facilities. With the German reunification and the end of the NVA, the helicopter landing site was closed.

Location of airfield

1 km northwest of Hammerunterwiesenthal, the exact location cannot be determined.

During the Cold War

Usage

Helipad 1017 for Sub Depot 1 of Signals Depot 2 (TL-1/NGL-2) of former East German Ministry of Defense (MfNV).

Runways, taxiways, aprons

Dimensions: 200 m x 200 m,
Main takeoff and landing direction: 90°,
Surface: Meadow,
Capacity: 3 helicopters.

Telephone

Fe-Feldvermittlung 800 m auf Fe-Vermittlung OB 62-10, auf dieser HDAP und S-1 (Fs vorhanden).

Airspace and procedures

Usable at day and night during good weather conditions.
Alert time: 90 minutes.

Obstacles

None.

Today

Usage

Closed.
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