Naples International Airport
Naples International Airport is placed 6 kilometers northeastern of Naples city in the Italian region Campania. The code of airport is NAP.
The history of Naples Airport dates back to the World War I during which it served as a military air force. Civil flights service started to operate in fifties.
The airport receives daily flights from main destinations in Europe and Africa. Budget airlines like Air Berlin, EasyJet and Wizz Air provides transportation at affordable prices.
Terminal I is used for permanent passenger traffic while Terminal II serves mostly charter flights. Naples Airport has one runway 2.6km long and six car parks for taxi to Naples International Airport capable to accommodate 1700 car places. Passengers can book taxi Naples International Airport, order meal at Blue Bar, Anika and Food & Bubbles and order a room at closest hotels (San Mauro Hotel, Daytona Hotel, Mauro Hotel etc.) reachable by airport taxi Naples International Airport.
Public buses running every 30 minutes and airport taxi Naples International Airport provide transportation from airport to Naples. The journey to the Central Station takes 15-20 minutes. Cheap taxi is faster. Taxi from Naples International Airport charge around €12, taxi service takes 15minutes to get to the city center.