|Opened in.||After WW2, but before 1966, when it was seen by an American KH-7 Gambit spy satellite.|
|Closed in.||The airfield is no longer in use and the runways have not been maintained since ~2005.|
|Operated by.||In 1983 and hosted some the Soviet Air Force's MiG-23 fighter aircraft.|
|Owned by.||The Soviet Air Force.|
An ICAO report on the 1983 downing of Korean Air Flight 007 indicates that it was carried out by the PVO (Soviet Anti-Air Defense units) with MiG-23 fighter aircraft from Smirnykh.
- See also: Noteworthy Air bases