Information and Travel Guide for Naples International Airport Naples International Airport (NAP)
Naples Airport is a fairly small airport located in the suburbs of the city, only 4 miles from the center. It is considered to be the main arrival location for all of Southern Italy. It is also called Naples Capodichino, after the suburb in which it is located. The airport's official name is Ugo Niutta, and its code is NAP.
This airport serves five and a half million passengers per year. It serves 19 international destinations, 11 domestic ones, and 50 charter ones. The majority of the flights, though, are within Europe.
The airport is divided into Terminals 1 and 2. Terminal 1 handles the commercial flights and Terminal 2 handles the charter flights. The terminals are within walking distance of each other. There are 52 check-in desks in Terminal 1 and 15 in Terminal 2. There are 15 gates.
The airport was established in 1910. It was very important worldwide during World War I and II, when it was thought of as a military airport for the Allies. The United States Air Force used it frequently.
In 1950, the airport returned primarily to commercial flights. It has been run by the same management since 1980. In 1995, a twenty year development plan was started. In 1998, the 'Galleria Napoli', a new shopping area was opened.
The airport is still used as a military base in addition to the commercial uses.
Services and Amenities
Financial services - Banking services, ATMs, and currency exchange services
Business services - Telelink Internet Center, which offers Internet as well as PC, office space and equipment, teleconferencing, and telephone services. Private rooms and catering for meetings are also available.
Dining Options - Restaurants, cafes, bars, Galleria Napoli
Red Cross medical center - open 24 hours
Handicap accessible - ramps, disabled toilet facilities, reserved parking, etc.
Services for visual and hearing impaired
Transportation - Car hire, taxi, bus, and rail services
Naples Airport has a capacity for 1,650 motor vehicles to be parked and 107 spaces for motor bikes. All of the parking spaces are within walking distance of either terminal. There are short-term parking areas located closer to the actual airport.
There are 8 sections in the parking area, each with handicap parking. In addition, passengers can purchase valet parking services that are designated to the P5 area for an extra cost if they have little time to park their own car. There are also car services offered at the airport such as tire changes and car washing.
The parking services at Naples Airport are all unmanned, but most people have found that their vehicles are very safe from theft or damage of any kind.
You can take a taxi, hire a car, travel by train or take the bus into the city. There is quite a bit to see and do in Naples. There are many famous buildings and locations, as well as art galleries and museums in the city. There are even amusement parks where you can take your children if the regular sites are not for them.
Website: http://www.aeroportodinapoli.it E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Address: Naples International Airport, Via del Riposo 95, 80144 Naples, Italy Number of Terminals: 2 Telephone: +39 (0)81 789 6111 or 789 6259 Fax: +39 (0)81 789 6557 or 789 6278 Time Zone: GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October) Location: The airport is situated 7km (4 miles) northeast of Naples IATA airport code: NAP