As the economy is showing signs of recovery although at a slow pace this year, timeshare operators and other stakeholders on the other hand are also undertaking substantial efforts to regain the status of this industry. Last year may be characterized as a period of low sales and many owners trying to get out of their timeshares. But the opening of this year shows developments and some expansions in the timeshare industry. One of these is the improved flights from UK to other European countries for the ease of timeshare owners.
This winter, visitors will be able to fly into Turkey’s Antalya airport from three UK airports namely Gatwick, East Midlands and Manchester, as two operators, Thomson and First Choice, extend their year-round flight schedules. Thus, it is easier for timeshare members to catch some winter sun in that region.
Meanwhile, Turkey also looks set to become a new timeshare favorite with a number of its luxury resorts opening up in scenic locations. Being one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations, Turkey hopes that tourism in 2010 will further boost its economy. Some popular resorts in this country are Bodrum and Antalya which have ample amenities, clean beaches, plenty of sun and the fact that Turkey is a euro-free zone is a significant plus.
It’s a known fact that the number of owners trying to get rid of their timeshares still increases even up to this day. Some of them even hire a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart just to get rid of such property. However, new developments and innovations in the timeshare industry can be a big factor to attract more consumers this year such as the new winter flights to Turkey.