DAS MAGAZIN FÜR URBANE SEILBAHNEN

Cable Liner


in Moskow
airport

Travelling a distance of more than two kilometers (1 ¼ mi), the Cable Liner links the northern and southern terminal building complexes of Russia’s busiest airport. Photo: DOPPELMAYR

 

 

 

 

DOPPELMAYR CABLE CAR (DCC), a member company of the DOPPELMAYR Group, has won the contract to build an Automated People Mover (APM) system in Moscow, Russia.In addition to the construction of the Cable Liner® Double Shuttle, DCC was also contracted to operate the line for 15 years. By 2018, Moscow will feature another milestone of the DCC history.

The Cable Liner® is a cable-hauled, fully automatic transport system proving its high levels of efficiency and performance at numerous international airports. Now the operators of Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow also trust in the know-how provided by the world market leader in cable-propelled transport solutions. DOPPELMAYR CABLE CAR, a 100 percent DOPPELMAYR subsidiary, was awarded the contract for a completely submerged Cable Liner® Double Shuttle. The line is more than two kilometers (1 ¼ mi) long and links the northern and southern terminal building complexes. DCC will not only develop and build the APM system but also be in charge of operation and maintenance for 15 years. Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow is Russia’s busiest airport, serving more than 300 destinations. The new transport systems affords travelers with improved comfort and will be in operation 365 days a year, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.

Doppelmayr Cable Car (DCC) DOPPELMAYR CABLE CAR GmbH & Co KG was established in 1996. It is a 100 percent subsidiary of DOPPELMAYR. Building on the experience gathered in the parent company and 14,600 projects implemented worldwide, DCC developed the Cable Liner®, a particularly environment-friendly, reliable and advanced system for public short-distance passenger transport. An economic, high-performance solution, these Automated People Mover (APM) systems are most applicable in urban areas such as airports, exhibition and convention centers or in large industry and administration complexes. They also serve as feeder lines to adventure centers, hotels and theme parks.