About The Airport
Naples Airport (NAP) is the leading airport in Southern Italy and in 2019 handled 10.9 million passengers, 7.0 M thereof international scheduled, and 3.4 M domestic. Scheduled routes connect Naples with the main hubs and most of the major cities throughout Europe: in 2019 NAP was served by 43 scheduled airlines operating 14 domestic and 92 international routes.
From Summer 2019 there are two long-haul routes: United Airlines operated a New York/Newark-Naples daily flight in the Summer season, the first ever from a major U.S. Carrier to the South of Italy, while flydubai serves year-round the Dubai-Naples route, the first direct connection between Naples and the Persian Gulf Area.
NAP catchment area includes Campania, Italy’s most densely populated Region, as well as a total of about 7 million people within 2,5 hours drive to the airport. The main Tourism attractions close to NAP are Ischia, Capri, Sorrento Coast, Amalfi, Pompeii.
Starting October 2019, Naples Airport is part of the Campania Airport System, alongside with Salerno - Costa d'Amalfi Airport, managed by GESAC.