In the 1980s and early 1990s
- 08/26: ca. 2400 m 085°/265°
Data for the 1980s:
- LOM 26: 833 "UJ", Main landing direction
- LMM 26: 198.5 "U"
- LOM 08: 833 "JU", Secondary landing direction
- LMM 08: 198.5 "U"
The radio beacons were not permanently deployed. The idents were derived from the first and the last letter of the call sign (UROSHAJ).
The radio call sign of the airfield was "UROSHAJ".
There were two wiring points to the communication network in the north of the highway strip.
Minutes of the meeting of the former East German National Defense Council from November 11th, 1985:
Completion was planned for 1980 and done in 1984. The highway strip is categorized as not usable for the military. Reasons: symptoms of age at the paved surfaces, missing load-bearing capacity of the lateral strips and unpaved ramps (Source: Bundesarchiv).