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Naples and the Amalfi Coast are about to get even more accessible next summer when American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines all offer nonstop service to Naples International Airport (NAP). It’s great to see Naples get some love when for so long nonstop flights from the US only reached Milan and Rome (with the seasonal Venice or Florence flights in the mix).
Last month, I wrote about American Airlines’ new international routes for summer 2024. One of these is between Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Naples International Airport (NAP). The route will be operated daily starting on June 5th using a Boeing 787-9. This will be American’s fourth destination in Italy.
Delta Air Lines announced its own daily service to Naples International Airport (NAP) from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) starting on May 23rd using a Boeing 767-300ER.
United Airlines will offer the most seats to Naples International Airport (NAP) of all three carriers with 2x daily service from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) starting on May 23rd using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft outfitted with its high-density Polaris cabin (46 seats per aircraft).
Anthony’s Take: Naples is a great city filled with delicious food and lots to explore (my favorite picks can be found here). Next summer it will be easier then ever to get to this Italian city and the surrounding area with all of its natural beauty and serious taste of la dolce vita.
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