Naples airport, Florida
The airport was built in 1942, and averages over 300 flights operations daily. It houses flight schools, air charter operators, car rental agencies, and corporate aviation and non-aviation businesses.
The airport is also a central location for public services, including fire/rescue services, mosquito control, the Collier County Sheriff's Aviation Unit and other community services. Located in the airport commercial terminal, The Naples Museum of Military History, attracts more than 25,000 visitors annually.
Naples Airport started out as a military airfield in 1943. In 1969, the Florida State Legislature created the City of Naples Airport Authority as an independent government agency charged with the operation, development, and improvement of Naples Airport.
Located just a few miles from downtown Naples, the Gulf of Mexico, and I-75. General Aviation is located at the North Road Terminal, conveniently located off of Airport-Pulling Road. Renovations to the General Aviation Terminal include an upgraded lobby, expanded passenger lounge, and a marketplace for food and drink. The project will also provide exterior improvements and additional canopies. Naples AirportNorth Road Terminal500 Terminal DriveNaples, FL 34104
Home to 387 aircraft, with a significant increase during seasonal months.
Naples Airport boasts a $440 million annual economic impact. Generates revenue from hangar rentals and fuel sales, and does not receive any local tax dollars.
There were 1,004 total aircraft clearings with 4,288 passengers in FY 2020.