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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
6 hours 22 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Naples|
|Flights arrive in:||Amsterdam|
|Airlines:||Alitalia Cityliner, Alitalia, Iberia Express, KLM, Air France, Transavia Airlines, easyJet|
The connection between Naples and Amsterdam is guaranteed by numerous flight options, direct and with stopover. Every day the main airlines fly from Naples Capodichino to the airport of the Dutch capital, with departures distributed evenly from 06:00 to 22:45. Alitalia flights make an intermediate stop at Fiumicino or Linate and provide for a journey of about 5 hours; the same duration for those traveling with the low cost Eurowings, but in that case the airport is in Munich.
The Naples Amsterdam route is operated by several traditional and low-cost airlines. Only Transavia and easyJet offer a direct connection between the two cities; national airlines including Iberia, Lufthansa and KLM have at least one stopover. The main interchange points are Milan Linate, Rome Fiumicino, Brussels, Frankfurt and Zurich.
The duration of Naples Amsterdam direct flights is about 2 hours and 45 minutes. The journey time is longer in the presence of a stopover, settling at an average of 5 hours and 30 minutes up to reach even 8 hours of travel. The direct easyJet flights arrive at their destination in about 2 hours and 35 minutes; if they include a stop at London Gatwick airport, the total duration exceeds 6 hours.
On average, over 300 flights a week to Amsterdam Schiphol take off from Naples Capodichino airport. Of these, about 25 are direct flights, mostly operated by easyJet. The British low cost includes between one and two non-stop flights a day, except on Saturdays. Departures are generally scheduled at 13:20 and 16:10.
Naples-Capodichino Airport: the airport offers numerous services including free Internet access, VIP waiting rooms and Fast Track routes for privileged boarding. Easily accessible from the A1 motorway, it is also well served by public transport. Among these, we recommend Alibus, the shuttle that connects the airport to Piazza Garibaldi, Galleria Vittoria and Molo Beverello.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol:has a modern infrastructure with a luggage storage area, medical care centres and numerous refreshment points. It is about 20 km from the city centre, which is well connected via the train station. Alternatively, bus lines are available: daytime 397 and nighttime N97.