Though it is a busy airport and serves a densely populated region, Naples International (or Aeroporto Internazionale di Napoli) does not serve as a hub for any major airlines. It's served primarily by a wide range of regional airlines that offer flight throughout Italy and Europe, and to destinations slightly further afield such as Israel and Egypt. However, do note that roughly half the flights departing from this airport are seasonal, available only during the high tourist season of May to September.
August can sometimes bring a brief break in the tourist traffic, at least to the inland destinations, but expect flights out of Naples to still be at peak levels as so many local residents opt to get out of the country while the weather is at its hottest point.
Carriers offering year-round service from Naples include Aegean Airlines (Athens), Air Arabia Maroc and Royal Air Maroc (Casablanca), Air France (Paris), Blue Air (Bucharest), British Airways (London), Brussels Airlines (Brussels), Iberia Express (Madrid), Lufthansa (Germany), S7 Airlines (Moscow), Swiss International (Zurich), Sun D'or (Tel Aviv) and Turkish Airlines (Istanbul). Additionally, easyJet, Ryanair and Meridiana fly from here to a variety of destinations throughout Europe, and Wizz Air specializes in flights to the major cities of Eastern Europe.
As of late 2017, easyJet will be terminating their regular service to Hamburg and their seasonal service to Brussels, but will add new regular service to Tel Aviv. Ryanair is also adding a variety of new destinations in late 2017: Bologna, Charleroi, Dublin, Krakow, Thessaloniki and Wroclaw. TUI Belgium will also add year-round service to Marrakech during this time.
Naples International is located just to the north of Naples. Primary parking for the airport is located just off of the Naples Bypass (Autostrada A56) in a small toll-free section.
A variety of private shuttle buses serve the airport and are generally less expensive than a taxi. Several city buses also stop at Terminal 2, though luggage may be a problem on all but the Alibus, which was designed for airport trips.
Though Naples has several trolley and tram lines, there are no stations particularly close to the airport. The closest is Botteghelle which is about 3.5 miles to the southeast.
Though it isn't a hub, Naples International is a busy airport that has a decent range of amenities. Pre-security food options include several cafes and coffee stands, a pizzeria and a McDonalds. Post-security there are even more options: sushi, fresh bread and pastries, a wine bar and a sit-down ristorante that serves three meals.
Free WiFi is available throughout the airport. Other services include luggage storage, an interfaith chapel and a 24-hour emergency medical station.
A VIP lounge is also available to all passengers for a daily fee. You get a 20% discount if you purchase access online through the airport website. The lounge is open from 5 AM to 9 PM and has its own free WiFi server, free snacks and beverages and some priority boarding services.
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