Naples Capodichino Airport (ICAO: LIRN, IATA: NAP) is the international airport serving Naples and the Southern Italian region of Campania. The airport is the fifth busiest airport in Italy. The airport is officially name Aeroporto di Napoli-Capodichino Ugo Niutta. The airport has one terminal building and a single runway at a length of 2629 metres. It is popular with private jet travellers in the summer months as the gateway to the famous Amalfi Coast.
Naples Capodichino Airport is located 6 km northeast of Naples, 10 minutes by car and within a 2 hour drive of Rome.
Naples Capodichino Airport boasts a range of services exclusive to private jet passengers. The most popular destinations for flights from Naples include Rome Ciampino, Nice, Milan Linate, Paris Le Bourget, Geneva, London Luton, Venice, Florence, Cannes, Zurich and Olbia. Each year more than 63000 aircraft are handled at Naples Capodichino Airport, carrying over 6.7 million passengers. Top private aircraft that utilise Naples Capodichino Airport include the Cessna Citation Excel, Cessna Citation XLS and the Embraer Phenom 300. in 2018 there were 5145 movements at Naples Capodichino Airport, with around 2500 departures and arrivals annually.