NAPLES AIRPORT - Your guide.
Naples airport is a nice modern looking airport with a nice glass frontage and good drop-off areas.
It’s in a great location just twelve minutes to the Naples city centre.
The airport has two terminal buildings and is well within walking distance of each but there is a shuttle bus that runs between the two if needed.
Terminal 1 handles both domestic and international flights and has 15 boarding gates airside.
At the south end of terminal one is the flight arrivals area where most European flights will arrive.
There are a good number of carousels for retrieving your luggage which most of the time is delivered quickly.
In the centre of the terminal are the check-in desks for departures followed by the security area.
Terminal 2 is mainly used for charter flights and is the small of the two terminals.
There are ample shops, cafes and restaurants both landside and airside with a good duty-free.
Naples International Airport can boast 13 refreshment points, seven are located landside and six airside after you have checked in.
The choices are very wide-ranging, from Japanese cuisine of Jappo to the traditional Neapolitan pizza of the Fratelli LaBufala; from Mc Donald’s to the fine wines of the restaurant Feudi di San Gregorio. We also offer dedicated menus for celiacs and vegetarians so do ask if you have any issues.
Seating in the departure lounges are quite good and plenty at the gates.