Find the cheapest flight to Naples

As you might guess, Naples International Airport (airport code NAP) serves the southern Italian city of Naples. It is managed by the company which also manages Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, the three biggest airports in London. While the airport might feel larger because of its two terminals, one of the terminals is used exclusively for charter flights so the vast majority of people flying in and out of Naples never even see half of the airport.

You will find a list of all the airlines serving Naples, along with the destinations to which they fly, on this page. There are plenty of destinations outside Italy which are served from Naples, but only cities within the country are direct flights. You can track today’s arriving and departing flights here. To help you find your way around the airport, you will find a map of Terminal 1 here. You will find a map of your shopping options here, and your dining options listed here and here. The Naples airport has a left luggage storage facility in the Quick Parking Area which is open 24 hours a day every day. You can find out more information about it here, and a map of all passenger services available at the airport is here. Ground transportation choices include bus (information here) and taxi (information here), or you can rent a car from one of the agencies listed here. You will find driving directions here.

Be sure to check our deals on international airfare to Italy, and then read through our Naples Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Naples

Naples has something of a questionable reputation, and is certainly more of a real Italian city than Venice or Florence is. Do not be worried about traveling to this southern Italian city – just be wary as you would in any big city and you will be fine. Naples is a great base for exploring the famous ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, as well as for visiting the the ritzy Amalfi Coast and the beautiful islands of Capri and Ischia.