About Naples Airport

NAPLES AIRPORT began operating in 1943 as a military airfield. 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of Naples Airport Authority. 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.

All funds used for the airport’s operation, maintenance and improvements are generated from activities at the airport or federal and state grants from aviation-related user fees. The airport receives no local tax dollars.

112,262 FY18 operations (takeoffs and landings)
Home to 287 aircraft, with a significant increase during seasonal months
Financially self-sustaining – NAA does not receive any local tax dollars and generates revenues from hangar rent and fuel sales
U.S. Customs and Border Protection services provide international access to Naples
1,362 total aircraft clearings with 5,561 passengers in FY 2018

INVESTED IN OUR COMMUNITY

$7.8 million invested in noise abatement efforts since 2000
98% voluntary nighttime curfew compliance
Noise Compatibility Committee monitors impacts, receives public input and makes recommendations
Nationally recognized in noise abatement

NAPLES AIRPORT IS HOME TO:

  • Flight Schools
  • Aircraft Charter and Sales
  • Air Ambulance
  • Corporate Aviation
  • Civil Air Patrol

PUBLIC SERVICES:

  • Collier County MedFlight
  • Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF)/City of Naples Fire Station #3
  • Collier County Sheriff’s Office Aviation Unit
  • Collier Mosquito Control District

POINTS OF INTEREST

  1. Commercial Airline Terminal / Public Rental Car Counters
  2. Naples Museum of Military History
  3. U.S. Customs
  4. Air Traffic Control Tower / NBC2 Webcam
  5. General Aviation Terminal
  6. Airport Pilot Shop