All Airfields in the Berlin Area

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This is a list of current and former airports, airfields and helipads in the Berlin Germany region. The considered area stretches from the city center nearly 40 km to the north and south, and nearly 50 km to the east and west.

1 - Altglietzen: Airfield
Former sports airfield; already closed in East Germany.

2 - Beelitz: Military Hospital Helipad

3 - Beetz: Agricultural Airfield

4 - Berlin: Müggelheim Agricultural Airfield

5 - Berlin: Berlin Command Airstrip
US landing ground after World War II; today closed.

6 - Berlin: Fliegeberg
This hill has been raised by Otto Lilienthal in 1894. He made many gliding flights here.

7 - Berlin: Tegel Airport

8 - Berlin: Tempelhof Airport

9 - Berlin: Gatow Airfield

10 - Berlin: Johannisthal Airfield

11 - Berlin: Karlshorst Airfield (until 1918)

12 - Berlin: Schulzendorf Airfield

13 - Berlin: Staaken Airfield

14 - Berlin: Baumberge Helipad

15 - Berlin: MoD Helipad

16 - Berlin: Bundeskanzleramt Helipad

17 - Berlin: Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Helipad

18 - Berlin: Humboldt-Klinikum Hospital Helipad

19 - Berlin: Julius-Leber-Kaserne Helipad

20 - Berlin: Kanzlerpark Helipad

21 - Berlin: Klinikum Buch Hospital Helipad

22 - Berlin: Klinikum Spandau Hospital Helipad

23 - Berlin: Steglitz Hospital Helipad

24 - Berlin: Friedrichshain Hospital Helipad

25 - Berlin: Köpenick Hospital Helipad

26 - Berlin: Quartier Napoleon Helipad

27 - Berlin: Teufelssee Helipad

28 - Berlin: Unfallkrankenhaus Hospital Helipad

29 - Berlin: Urban-Krankenhaus Hospital Helipad

30 - Berlin: Virchow Hospital Helipad (1)

31 - Berlin: Virchow Hospital Helipad (2)

32 - Berlin: Waldkrankenhaus Hospital Helipad

33 - Berlin: Helipad 1028
Helipad which was illegally established on Berlin territoy by the former East German National People's Army. It was intended to serve the Engineer Building Battailon 22 (Pionierbaubataillon 22, PiBB-22), which was also illegally based in Berlin.

34 - Berlin: Steinstücken

35 - Berlin: Havel Flying Boat Landing

36 - Berlin: Treptow Seaplane Base

37 - Bernau: Hospital Helipad

38 - Blumberg: Agricultural Airfield

39 - Blumberg: Federal Police Heliport

40 - Borkheide: Airfield

41 - Buchholz: Agricultural Airfield

42 - Dabendorf: Agricultural Airfield

43 - Derwitz: Spitzer Berg
In 1891 first flight of Otto Lilienthal, which is seen as the first controlled heavier-than-air flight of a human being.

44 - Diedersdorf: Agricultural Airfield

45 - Döberitz: Airfield

46 - Eberswalde-Finow: Helipad 1036
Tank Equipment Depot 32 (PGL-32) of former East German National People's Army (NVA).

48 - Fehrbellin: Helipad 3118
Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4132 (FRA-4132) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV).

49 - Finow: Air Base

50 - Flatow: Agricultural Airfield

51 - Friedersdorf: Airfield

52 - Fürstenwalde: Airfield

53 - Fürstenwalde: Helipad 3002
Helipad for the Central Command Post (ZGS-14) of former East German Air Force (LSK/LV).

54 - Geltow: Henning-von-Tresckow-Kaserne Helipad

55 - Groß Kreutz: Helipad

56 - Groß Schulzendorf: Agricultural Airfield

57 - Güterfelde: Airfield
Today closed.

58 - Hohenbruch: Airfield

59 - Hönow: Agricultural Airfield

60 - Kehrigk: Helipad 3071
Chemical Training Ground of former East German National People's Army (NVA).

61 - Kleinköris: Airfield
Landing ground of former East German Air Force.

62 - Klosterdorf: Agricultural Airfield

63 - Königs Wusterhausen: Hospital Helipad

64 - Königs Wusterhausen: Schütte-Lanz Airship and Aircraft Plant Zeesen
Since 1915/16 assembly of airships and aircraft. Demolished in the early 1920s. After World War II vehicle maintenance plant for the Soviet occupation troops.

65 - Kreuzbruch: Airfield & Helipads 3114, 6102
Airfield of former East German paramilitary organization Gesellschaft für Sport und Technik (GST); later helipad 3114 for Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4123 (Fla-Raketenabteilung 4123, FRA-4123, Klosterfelde) of former East German Air Force (LSK/LV).

66 - Ladeburg: Helipad 3106
Headquarters 41st Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade (41. FRBr) of former East German National People's Army (NVA); today closed.

67 - Ladeburg: Object 5020

68 - Lehnin: Training Range Helipad

69 - Limsdorf: Helipad 3011
For Radio Transmitting Facility 1 (Funksendeamt 1, FuSA-1) of former East German Air Force (LSK/LV); today closed.

70 - Lindenberg: Agricultural Airfield

71 - Linum: Agricultural Airfield

72 - Ludwigsfelde: Helipad 1012
for Microwave Signals Regiment 2 (RFuR-2) of former East German forces; today closed..

73 - Lüsse

74 - Markgrafpieske: Helipad 3110
For Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4121 (FRA-4121) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

75 - Mellensee: Helipad

76 - Müncheberg

77 - Nauen: Airfield
Closed.

78 - Nieder Neuendorf: Airfield
Aircraft factory airfield until the end of World War I, thereafter closed.

79 - Niederlehme: Helipads 1011, 3041
For 2nd Signals Brigade and for POL Depot 44 (TSL-44) of former East German Forces (NVA); today closed.

80 - Oranienburg: Airbase

81 - Pätz: Helipad

82 - Paulinenaue: Bienenfarm Airfield

83 - Perwenitz: Highway Strip

84 - Plötzin: Airfield

85 - Potsdam: Hospital Helipad

86 - Potsdam: State Government Helipad

87 - Potsdam: Airship Port

88 - Potsdam: Bornstedter Feld Emergency Landing Ground
In 1927 designated as emergency landing ground; today closed.

89 - Prötzel: Helipad 3112
For Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4122 (FRA-4122) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

90 - Ragow: Agricultural Airfield

91 - Rangsdorf: Airfield
Constructed as sports airfield and for the Bücker aircraft company. After World War II used as Soviet helicopter base, helicopter maintenance facility and aircraft scrapyard; closed today.

92 - Rangsdorf: Seaplane Base
Used until ca. 1945; today closed.

93 - Reichenwalde: Helipad 3120

94 - Saarmund: Airfield

95 - Schönefeld: Airport
Built as Henschel company airfield in the 1930s. After World War II airfield for the Soviet occupation troops, later East German airport; today airport and new BER airport under construction.

96 - Schönhagen: Airfield

97 - Schönwalde
Constructed as Luftwaffe air base. After World War II soviet military airfield, later only barracks; today closed.

98 - Schünow: Agricultural Airfield

99 - Seefeld: Agricultural Airfield

100 - Siethen: Agricultural Airfield

101 - Sommerfeld: Helipad 3116
For Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4124 (FRA-4124) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

102 - Spechthausen: Helipad 1026
For Materials Depot 2 (MaL-2) of former East German Forces (NVA); today closed.

103 - Sperenberg: Air Base
Soviet military airfiield until 1994. Since then closed.

104 - Spreenhagen: Highway Strip

105 - Spreenhagen: Helipad 1013
For 2nd Signals Brigade (2. NBr) of former East German Forces (NVA); today closed.

106 - Sputendorf: Agricultural Airfield
Today modell flying.

107 - Stolpe: Planned French Military Airfield
Between 1945 and 1948, there were plans to build a French military airfield at this site outside of Berlin which was provided by the Soviet occupation troops. With the construction of Tegel airport, the idea was no longer pursued.

108 - Storkow: Helipad 1027

109 - Storkow: Hubertushöhe Seaplane Base

110 - Strausberg: Airfield

111 - Strausberg: Helipad 3001

112 - Teltow: Airfield

113 - Werder: Air Base

114 - Werder: Schwielowsee Waterplane Base
Seaplane base during the 200x; probably closed today.

115 - Werneuchen: Air Base

116 - Wilmersdorf: Helipad 3023
For Microwave Operation Facility 3 (RFB-3) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

117 - Wollenberg: Helipad 3025
For Microwave Operation Facility 5 (RFB-5) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

118 - Wriezen: Hospital Helipad

119 - Wünsdorf: Emergency Landing Ground
In 1927 designated emergency landing ground; approximate position; today closed.

120 - Zachow: Helipad 3119
For Anti-Aircraft Missile Unit 4133 (FRA-4133) of former East German Air Force (NVA LSK/LV); today closed.

121 - Zossen/Wünsdorf
Landing ground at the headquarters of the Soviet Troops in Germany; today closed.

122 - Bad Saarow: Hospital Helipad

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