Manisa Spil Mountain Cable Car Project Takes Life

Manisa Spil Mountain Cable Car Project is Coming to Life: On the Spil Mountain, which is the important natural tourism center of Manisa, the cable car project that the citizens have been waiting for years is coming to life. Work on the project, which will be made for 50 million lira with the Build-Operate-Transfer model, will start in April and will be completed in 2017.
The first digging for the cable car that the Manisa citizens dreamed for years is being hit. Work on the construction of the 7,5 km-long cable car to Spil Mountain will begin in April. Ömer Faruk Çelik, President of the Municipality of Şehzadeler, said: ele The project of the ropeway is a project that we follow at the level of ministries. Tekinalp Group of Companies has signed a contract with the cable car company Austrian Doppelmayr. As a result of the contract, the construction of the cable car to be built on the land behind the Manisa Courthouse will begin in the first week of April. Sözleşme
25 DAKİKADA ZİRVE
60 people can reach the Spil Mountain in the cable car project with 500 units per hour. Travel will be in two stages, including the first stage 15 minutes, the second stage 10 minutes. Citizens can go to the summit of the mountain at any time by 25.
2 OK IN YEAR
In terms of tourism, the region will become the center of attraction of the project is planned to be completed after 2 years. The cable car that will make a great contribution to the branding and tourism of the city will also improve the city economy.
100 MILLION LIRAL INVESTMENT
Within the scope of the project, there will be one 26 bed capacity sport, the other one thousand 100 bed capacity health hotel, as well as basketball, volleyball courts, tennis courts and gym complex in the area of ​​246 thousand 132 square meters. In addition to the cable car which will cost 50 million pounds, together with the hotels and sports complex, the total investment will find 100 million pounds.

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