'Uzungöl Cable Car' will change the fate of Uzungöl

Fettahoğlu The hotel owner, Sukru Fettahoglu, has an important mission in the ropeway project that will be founded in autumn

We talked to the owner of Fettahoğlu Hotel, tourism businessman Şükrü Fettahoğlu, about the Uzungöl Cable Car Project at the opening of the Alanya cable car. Attaching an important mission to the Uzungöl Cable Car Project, Fettahoğlu said that the Uzungöl cable car will change the fate of Uzungöl. “I have only one ideal now. And that is to see that cable car working.” Fettahoğlu said, “When the cable car works, those living and working in Uzungöl will be happier and our region will be more kazanwill do.” said. Tourism businessman Şükrü Fettahoğlu stated that they are planning to complete the Uzungöl Ropeway Project for the 2018 Ramadan Feast, and said, “We established the ropeway company in 2013. We have been dealing with official transactions in government offices since 2014. On February 14, 2017, we received all our government approvals. Since then, we have been making preparations for groundbreaking. With any luck, our 1/50 and 1/100 plans for stations are about to be completed. After the 16th of October, the main teams of the cable car company arrive. The final touches of the ropeway project will be made and the contract will be signed. If we are lucky, we will lay the groundwork towards the end of this autumn. Our agreement with the cable car company is that we are planning to open two stations between the second station starting from Uzungöl Haroskoms and ending in Pilati Meşebaşı during the Ramadan Feast of 2018. Sarıkaya Plateau between the second station and the third station… We are planning to put the Sarıkaya Plateau station into service in the fall of 2018. Because we are working on the ski resort project here. We are planning to expand this project to the ski season as well.” he said. Fettahoğlu stated that the Alanya Ropeway Project, which is a 37-year-old dream project in Alanya, bears significant similarities with his own ropeway project, and said, “Since my main profession is tourism and hotel management, I do not know much about the technical issues of the ropeway. Long efforts were made for the Alanya Cable Car Project. It took 6 years to get the permits. We came to be at its opening and to experience this opening. We also made a technical trip. Alanya Cable Car consists of 900 meters and two stations. We traveled and studied together. It's a beautiful facility. But our facility is not such a facility. Our facility will be a facility with daily areas, service areas, park and living areas. It's a big investment. We are planning an investment of three or four times this investment. The amount to be spent at the first stage is 70 million Turkish Liras. Of course, this cost will increase further in the future.” said.

Black Sea Region's largest cable car project to Trabzon kazanFettahoğlu, who stated that they are happy to continue their journey, said, “Currently, the longest cable car line is in Bursa. It is 10 km and consists of two stages. Ours is a stage and consists of three stations. The line distance is 3 meters. The distance between the first station and the second station is 540 thousand 2 meters. The distance between the second station and the third station is 300 meters. The total distance is 240 thousand 3 meters. We aim to make a project with 540 cabins. We have an area of ​​58 thousand square meters at the second station. We plan our social facilities and parking lots there.” he said. Noting that his main goal is to increase the tourism season in Uzungöl to 12 months, Fettahoğlu said, “Our whole purpose in the cable car project is of course to get the value of this money invested. But my main effort and struggle is to increase Uzungol tourism to 9 months. The tourism season in Uzungöl is 9-2,5 months. For some reason, it's not even 3 months. Our main goal is to increase this to a minimum of 3,5 months. And we definitely want to bring winter tourism to Uzungol. We want to revive Uzungöl's 9-bed unattended capacity. If possible, this bed capacity will start to fill from next year, starting from 7. While we are designing a ropeway project with 2018 cabins, we are considering the following: Considering that there will be a bed capacity of 58 thousand in the summer season, we envisaged a project that will respond to this capacity. We plan to operate with a capacity of at least 12 thousand in winter. What the future shows, of course, we will experience it and see. Such are our dreams, our goal and our ideals.” he said.

Noting that he believes the Uzungöl Cable Car Project will absolutely change the fate of the region, Fettahoğlu said, “The Uzungöl Cable Car Project will absolutely change the fate of Uzungöl. At that time, tourism will settle in Uzungöl, prices will settle, and service quality will also settle. Because, according to our prediction, most Russians will come there. In winter, Russian tourism will fill it. There is also a study from Turkey that DOKA had an Austrian company do. They worked for three years. They divided the region into two as A and B. zone A; It is the part that continues until Kaçkarlar and Ovit. Region B is Soğanlı Mountain and its foothills. According to this study, our region is a great ski resort. It has a magnificent valley with a 3 km track from the top of the hill. Hopefully, the fate of that region will change with the help of the state. But our goal and ideal is to make Uzungöl live the winter of 2018 to the fullest.” said. Fettahoğlu also thanked those who contributed to this project and said, “There are people who contributed to this project. I was able to get this project out of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization in 2 years and 9 months. To the Minister of Environment and Urbanization Mehmet Özhaseki, Deputy Minister Mehmet Ceylan, General Manager of Conservation of Natural Heritage Kemalettin Cengiz Tekinsoy, Minister of Forestry and Water Affairs Veysel Eroğlu, Undersecretary Akif Özkaldı, General Manager of National Parks, our compatriot Nurettin Taş Thank you very much. They have a lot of work on this project. I would like to thank Mustafa Bulut, Former National Parks 12th Regional Manager, who is currently Bursa Regional Manager. They have a lot of work. We are grateful to whoever contributed. I am 75 years old as a businessman. My only ideal is to see that cable car working. I am fighting for Uzungöl to be happy and to reach the place it deserves. of the region kazanI want the cost. Other than that, we don't expect much.” he said.

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