Last month we talked about the “man-on-the-street” and his levels of awareness when it comes to timeshare. Proving that timeshare is still a new concept in the hospitality industry. That’s why we’re constantly working on sharing information on different aspects of timeshare that may be useful to both current and prospective customers.

Your understanding of timeshare becomes really relevant during the signing up process with your resort. This is when you need to ensure that the resort makes things totally transparent, by taking you through every aspect of the product and service that you need to know about.

A good example of this is the Sales Disclosure Document that needs to be seen by the customer in conjunction with the Sales Contract. A document that we have developed exclusively for AIRDA member resorts, to be shared with current and prospective customers.

B. S. Rathor
Advisor & Member – Executive Committee

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Message of the Month on the AIRDA website – June 2017

Enable Travel wants people with disabilities to live a life of “equal opportunities” – just like other normal people who are bitten by the travel bug. They have the same desire to travel and to breathe in new experiences – only to draw a blank when it comes to accessible travel information, accessible transport and hotels planned around the needs of disabled guests. Add to this, people’s indifferent and sometimes pitying attitudes towards disabled travelers – which only make things worse.

With a national footprint across 15 cities, we aim to address travel-related concerns of people-with-disabilities and provide end-to-end solutions.We curate itineraries to destinations that are barrier-free and offer services that help make travel and vacationing easier.

Everything from first aid and ambulance services, to hospitals enroute has been taken care of. For travelers and their families back home, it’s reassuring to know that help is always one phone call away.

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Views & Interviews on the AIRDA website – May 2017