Increased flights and the development of several airports in Turkey will provide property investors with easier access to the country, says Nirvana International.
The expansion in flight options will also allow travellers to reach Turkey faster than before and for a lower cost. Those wishing to fly to the country will also be able to consider a long weekend, something which has not been feasible before.
The specialist report suggests that these great improvements in flights will encourage property prices to continue to rise.
“Opening up Turkey in such a radical way is excellent news for those seeking investment or a home”, says Robert Nixon, Director of UK Operations for Nirvana International.
Both Europe and Asia are predominant in Turkey as it sits between Iraq, Syria and Iran. Popular regions in Turkey are the Western beach resorts along the Mediterranean coast, which have excellent beaches, beautiful unspoilt scenery and a lively atmosphere in the summer months.
“Property has already provided many property investors with good returns over the past few years. The new airport could boost an already buoyant market. Rental demand too will increase as tourism grows,” adds Nixon.
BA announce new routes to Antalya starting on April 10th from Gatwick three times a week.
Thomson Airlines will fly to Turkey from a number of UK airports including Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle and Bristol.
Bmi declare Turkey as one destination amongst 17 new routes devised by the airline in 2008.
Istanbul Airport (Sabiha Gokcen)
Gazipasa (Antalya region)
Flights from BA, Thomson Airlines, BMI, and possible easyJet.
Re-developments and Expansions
Located between popular Marmaris and Fethiye, the airport receives international flights from London, Exeter and ManchesterDalaman Airport receives investment £75 million for re-development of Dalaman Airport. among others,
Tipped to become a major player in bringing visitors to the Mediterranean, Antalya airport will undergo significant expansion to improve this very busy coastal resort airport.