The Linimo magnetic pillow train, which began operating in March 2005, was developed by Chubu HSST and is still in use in Japan. It runs between two cities in Aichi Prefecture. The length of the track over which Maglev is flying is about 9 Km (9 stations). At the same time, the maximum speed of Linimo is 100 km/h. This did not prevent it from carrying more than 10 million passengers in the first three months since its launch alone.More famous is the Shanghai Maglev, created by the German company Transrapid and put into operation on January 1, 2004. This magnetic suspension railway line connects Shanghai Longyang Lu metro station with Pudong International Airport. The total distance is 30 km, the Train covers it in about 7.5 minutes, accelerating to a speed of 431 km/h.
Another magnetic suspension railway line is being successfully operated in Daejeon, South Korea. UTM-02 became available to passengers on April 21, 2008, and its development and creation took 14 years. A magnetic suspension railway line connects the National Science Museum and the Exhibition Park, which are only 1 km away.
Among the magnetic cushion trains that will start operating in the near future, it is worth noting the Maglev L0 in Japan, its tests were resumed only recently. It is expected that by 2027 it will run on the route Tokyo – Nagoya.