Naples Airport

The Naples Airport is located fewer than four miles from the city center in the district of Capodichino. Capodichino Airport (IATA code NAP) serves over 5 million passengers every year and is the largest hub in Europe that is not the home base of a major airline. It offers a range of direct flights to destinations all over Europe. The airport in Naples Italy has two terminals. Terminal 1 is designated for departures and Terminal 2 is reserved for charter flights. There are no direct flights from the United States, but you do have the option of flying direct to Rome Fiumicino Airport with a direct connecting flight to Naples from a wide variety of hubs in the United States including JFK in New York City and O’Hare in Chicago.

If you are not taking a shuttle or some other form of public transportation to the airport, you will want to take the Tangenziale Bypass toward Pozzuoli, then take the Secondigliano/Aeroporto exit from the city center. It only takes about ten minutes to reach the airport by car. There are six parking lots at the Naples Airport with availability for 1,400 cars. There is valet service if you are in a hurry, as well as lots for short term and long-term parking. There are several reputable car rental providers to be found in the arrivals portion of the terminal, including Avis, Europcar, Hertz, and Dollar. There is also a help desk and information services at Capodichino Airport in the event you need help arranging transport, exchanging currency, or generally need help with anything before you head to your final destination. You need not worry about not being able to communicate with the staff at NAP, as most information services staff people are multilingual and are expected to be able to assist English-speaking travelers.

There are a variety of hotels near the airport in Naples Italy. Some people choose to take advantage of potential savings at many of these accommodations by staying just a bit outside the city center. If you are already planning on renting a car, you will have no problem whatsoever driving into the city, and there are direct buses (called ANM buses) that transport people into the city from the airport. The Alibus Shuttles also provide transport to the Napoli Centrale railway station and Piazza Municipio (in the city center).

There are several restaurants and eateries located within the airport as well as a variety of shops. All of the stores are located in the Galleria Napoli on the first floor of Terminal 1. There are also conference and business facilities onsite for those business travelers who are need of conducting their affairs en route. You will have no problem finding your way around the Naples Airport or finding public transportation or rental cars. Capodichino Airport is within very close proximity of Naples and attractions like the Piazza del Plebiscito and the Castel Nuovo, so it is a breeze to get from the airport to the city center. You have the option of staying at potentially cheaper hotels around the airport, but there are also countless accommodations in and around the city itself. The airport in Naples Italy is the gateway to the historic capital of the beautiful Campania region in southern Italy.



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