Naples (Florida)

Naples is a city in Collier County in southwestFlorida.

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Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW IATA), often known as Regional Southwest Florida International, is located 42 miles to the north of Naples in Fort Myers, FL. Several commercial and charter airlines operate out of RSW, including United Airlines, Air Canada, American Airlines, United Express, Spirit Airlines, Jet Blue, Frontier, Delta, Southwest, and AirTran Airways. From there, you can rent rent a car and drive to Naples, which takes approximately 45-60 minutes via I-75 South. There is an airport in Naples, however there are no commercial flights scheduled there, focusing on private and general aviation instead.

  • Private car service – An alternative to taxis, car services are useful for getting to the airport from the outer boroughs where taxis are harder to find, or if you prefer to have transportation reserved in advance. Typically $70+ between RSW and Naples

There are two smaller airports available within 15 miles of Naples, and residents of Southwest Florida’s affluent communities often use charter planes to fly directly to/from Naples, Marco Island, and other areas of the Gulf Coast.

  • 26.1525-81.7761 Naples Airport (APF  IATA, formerly known as Naples Municipal Airport) (located just 2 nautical miles (4 km) northeast of the central business district). offers the most direct flights  

Marco Island Executive Airport (FAA LID: MKY), known simply as Marco Island Airport, is located 15 miles south of Naples, and just southwest of the Tamiami Trail.

Air charter and jet rental companies including Naples Air Inc. and Naples Jet Charter offer access to a variety of planes based across SW Florida, with aircraft ranging from small single and twin-engine planes to luxury business jets.

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