Naples International Airport
Like many other airports, the international airport in Naples began its history as a military base during the First World War. In 1921 it was renamed after the Italian pilot Hugo Nuttall. In 1995 became the first privatized Italian airport purchased by the British airport operator BAA. At the same time there is a second charter terminal. In 2007, the passenger traffic of the airport reaches 5.8 million.
Naples Airport has two terminals; Terminal 1 is mainly used by regular airlines for domestic and international flights and Terminal 2, for the low-cost airlines and charter flights.
Transport to the City
The center of Naples is located 7 km from the airport.
The travel takes approximately 15 minutes and will cost you between 15 and 20 euros. It is important (also for Sofia Airport) to check if the taxi you have chosen is from a licensed company.
ANM 3S bus travels from Piazza Garibaldi (Central Station) to the airport on every 10 minutes. A special bus (Alibus) also transports passengers on every 30 minutes from 6:30 to 23:30 every day.