The Twinliner in Samnaun is one of the largest aerial cable cars in the Alps, featuring two double-decker gondolas with a total capacity of 180 passengers, with 110 passengers traveling in the upper and 70 passengers traveling in the lower gondola. The cableway runs with a max. ground clearance of 210 m over 3 pillars from Samnaun to Alp Trider Sattel. Built in 1995, the aerial cableway has a vertical rise of 722 m, a route distance of 2.300 m and a total capacity of 1.620 persons/hour. Maximum speed is 10 m/s, rope diameter is 64mm.
The Silvrettabahn was constructed in summer 1998. It boasts a vertical rise of 961 m, a route distance of 3.938 mand a maximum capacity of up to 3.440 persons/hour. The middle station is located at 1.683 m above sea level. 1,4 Mio. guests per winter season use the facility.
Its 24-passenger bicable ropeway design (funitel system) facilitates safe operation even at wind speeds of 100 km/h. 63 gondolas run from Ischgl to Idalp with a maximum line speed of up to 6 m/s.
The transport system has a total of 23 pillars with a height of up to 23 m. 8 motors with a total capac i ty of 3.200 kW (4.350 PS) are required for the operation of the Silvrettabahn.
The detachable chair lift departs at 2,302 m above sea level (Idalp) and runs over 16 pillars to the Viderjoch, located at 2,756 m altitude. In winter, this facility is mainly used to support the Idjoch 8-person chair lift. The 87 chairs are equipped with comfortable seat covers, seat heating and weather protection bubbles. The facility has a total capacity of 3,200 m persons per hour. The Flimjochbahn operates from the mountain station, has a vertical rise of 454 m and a route distance of 1,797 m. Built in 2016, this lift facility boasts an average of 1,2 Mio. trips per winter season.