Olympos Cable Car, which brought more than 220 thousand guests to the summit of Tahtalı Mountain in Kemer this year, was taken into maintenance. The maintenance work, which started yesterday, will end on December 5th.
The Olympos Cable Car, which has carried hundreds of thousands of local and foreign tourists from all over the world to the summit since its opening, has been taken into maintenance. Pointing out that safety is the first priority in the ropeway, Haydar Gümrükçü, General Manager of Olympos Ropeway, said that the works will take place between 30 November and 5 December, and that the ropeway will not be able to serve during this period, “Our priority is always safety. The safety of our guests is our priority. That's why we carry out our periodic maintenance.
In the maintenance works carried out by the technical team of Olympos Teleferik together with the team from Switzerland, maintenance is carried out on the 65-meter-long poles and on the lines. A safe journey is also ensured with periodic maintenance, including daily, monthly, annual and 5-year.
On the other hand, Olympos Cable Car, which reaches a summit of 2365 meters, is among the longest cable cars in the world with its 4 thousand 350 meters line. Olympos Cable Car carries passengers from the lower station to the summit at 2 meters in about ten minutes. Olympos Cable Car has brought hundreds of thousands of domestic and foreign tourists from all over the world to the top since it was put into operation in 365.