Map of Laage from the former East German National People's Army from 1989 - The taxiway to the autobahn is shown as an additional runway.
- 10/28: 2400m x 57m Concrete
- 10/28: 1810m x 80m Grass
The airfield was connected by a taxiway with the nearby highway.
- LOM28: 1247 "LR", 4059m to threshold 28
- LMM28: 976 "L", 970m to threshold 28
- LOM10: 1247 "RL", 3710m to threshold 10
- LMM10: 976 "R", 880m to threshold 10
- RSBN: Channel 40 "LR", at field
- PRMG: Channel 38, The PRMG in landing direction 28 is not approved for automated control.
- Tower "LEKTOR START" 129.5 (Channel 7), 124.0 (Common Channel 1)
Stabsnetz S1: Number 83834, Code names "Körpermaß", "Gromada"
Jagdbombenfliegergeschwader JGB-77 (Postfach 94412),
Fliegertechnisches Bataillon 77 (PF 94436),
Sauerstoffgewinnungs- und Versorgungseinrichtung SGVE-77 (PF 94477),
Marinefliegergeschwader MFG-28 (PF 54729),
Fliegertechnisches Bataillon 28 (54721),
Nachrichten- und Flugsicherungsbataillon NFB-28/NFB-77 (PF 52049),
The airfield had the East German Forces object ID 02/184. Further properties: 02/185, 02/188, 02/233 (Recreational object JBG-77 at Sabel, Hohensprenzer See)
The US Military Liaison Mission wrote: "... the air team made a strong effort, photographing and analyzing the East German Air Force Wing and Naval Squadron FITTERs at Laage Airfield. Our analysis of the bort number placement, under or in front of the cockpit, helped the intelligence community to determine which aircraft belonged to the naval unit and which belonged to the air force." Source: /USMLM 1988/
Su-22 FITTER K with an unidentified fuselage dome and ODD POD (arrows) - The picture has been taken by the US Military Liaison Mission in 1988. Source: /USMLM 1988/.