Naples Capodichino International Airport NAP serves the City of Naples, and its sourrounding areas of southwest Italy (shown on map at the west coast of the lower Italian boot). It is gateway to Sicily and other Mediterranean islands. It is operated by GESAC. The main season is between Spring and Fall, when tourists flock to this region and beyond.
NAP Airport is located in the Capodichino district of Naples (the area is known as 'Campo di Marte'), at the Gulf of Naples, and is 6 km from the city center. The access road to the airport is the Via Doganella; while motorway A56 (Ramo Capodichino) is the closest - A1 (Naples to Rome), A30 (Naples to Salerno and A16 (Naples to Bari) are among the major arteries leading to it.
With one runway and 6.7 million passengers in 2016, Naples International Airport is served by Alitalia and a host of international and charter airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. On average, charter flights account for about 50 percent, international flights for about 30 percent and domestic flights for 20 percent. Ryanair recently established its base at Naples Airport.
The ‘Charming International Hotel' (tel. 081 231 1004) is outside of the Airport, but close enough to be reached on foot or by hotel shuttle.
Naples International Airport has two terminals - T1 & T2 (T2 is for charter airlines only).