Naples Airport (KAPF)
Naples Airport, formerly known as Naples Municipal Airport, is situated minutes from the Gulf of Mexico, downtown Naples, and the I-75. Accommodating more than 100,000 general aviation takeoffs and landings each year, Naples Airport connects travelers to the Paradise Coast of Naples, Marco Island, and the Everglades.
The airport provides services for pilots and passengers, including US Customs clearing for international flights. It covers an area of 732 acres at an elevation of 8 feet above sea level. “The Best Little Airport in the Country” serves the needs of general aviation in Southwest Florida and pumps $273 million into the local economy annually.
Naples Airport Runways
Naples Airport has three runways, two with a combination of asphalt and concrete, and one composed of turf. With all runways in fair to good condition, they have runway end identifier lights and touchdown points, which are unlit.
Runway 5/23 is 150 feet wide and 6,600 feet long.
Runway 14/32 is 100 feet wide and 5,001 feet long.
Runway NE/SW is 100 feet wide and 1,850 feet long and made of turf.