During the flight, the platforms provide either cooling or heating systems for the passengers. In addition, electric cars may be charged on the platforms during the transport. Furthermore, passengers will find a FlyInRestaurant during the flight. The passengers may order food and drinks through a mobile application. The order may be processes and prepares and the passengers shall receive their drinks and meals through the car window once arrived. Instead of being stuck in traffic around Stuttgart, the guests also enjoy a great and new view of the city, may eat food and have drinks from the FlyInRestaurant, are completely relaxed at the end of their flight and have a fully recharged car: It`s carmazing! “We expect that we can transport up to 500 cars per hour for every direction. Each year, Stuttgart could save 30.000 t CO2 emissions,“ says Michael Mack. Mack has registered over 20 patents so far and is the inventor of both the ROLLERCOASTERRESTAURANTS® and the CarmusementFlights, CableFlights and the FlyInRestaurants. Mack adds: “Concerning the space requirements and the constructional implementation, the construction of a ropeway system through a city is far less complicated than building additional roads, rails, or tunnels. The construction of a ropeway costs merely a minor amount compared to other traffic infrastructure projects. Furthermore, the CableFlights systems add a fun and entertainment factor compared to regular infrastructure solutions.” The CableFlights systems, however, are not only applicable as infrastructural measures in cities, but also in amusement or safari parks. The CableFlights systems may connect different destinations within the park or two different parts of the park as well as serve as connection to the park hotels.