The Ultimate Guide to Naples Airport
If you’re planning a trip to Naples, you’ll inevitably need to pass through Naples International Airport, also known as Capodichino Airport. With over 10 million passengers passing through each year, the airport is an essential transportation hub for those visiting southern Italy. The airport is perfectly positioned for travel to Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii.
Arriving at the Airport
The Naples International Airport located just outside the city, approximately 7 km northeast of the city centre. There are several ways of getting to the airport, and transport links are very good. Or you may choose to take VIP ground transport that we can arrange for you – just let your personal account manager know and we will make all necessary arrangements.
Terminal 2 is where you will arrive and depart from when flying into the city by private jet. The services are suberb and are operated by Sky Services. All pre-flight facilities and requirements are considered and your experience before and after boarding will be as perfect as your flight.
It is worth noting that Naples can be a very busy airport and slots during the peak months can be challenging. Therefore booking your trip as far ahead as possible is key to get your trip moving as scheduled without any last minute stress.
While it may not be one of the largest airports in the world, it still provides many facilities to ensure that your time there is as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
We hope this guide has given you a glipmse inside the airport and what to expect during your travels to this beautiful country.
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