Directions to the Naples office: - from Interstate 75:
From I-75, take CR-886 (exit 105) towards Golden Gate/Naples. Head west onto Golden Gate Pkwy/CF-886 W, and then turn left onto Livingston Rd/CR-881 south. When Livingston Rd. ends, turn right onto Radio Rd/CR-856 west, and then turn left onto Airport Pulling Rd./CF-31 south. Stay in the far right lane and then turn right onto North Rd. Take the second right onto Tower Dr; and then follow the signs to the CBP parking area in front of 2460 Tower Drive.
General aviation landing rights requests: The pilot in command (or other responsible party) should file their APIS transmission, and after receiving a confirmation e-mail, must contact the Naples office during normal hours and request landing rights as far in advance as reasonably possible. Aircraft arriving from south of the 33rd parallel must have a current and valid border overflight exemption on file as required by 19 CFR part 122.
Outbound aircraft departure requests: will be conducted in accordance with 19 CFR part 122.
All vessels returning from foreign: in south Florida are required to first call (800) 432-1216 or (800) 451-0393 and obtain an arrival number before discharging passengers, crew, cargo or garbage. This includes persons registered in trusted traveler programs, and must be completed before contacting the Fort Myers office for further clearances if required.
Other Information: The CBP Naples office is a general aviation landing rights/user fee airport operation as covered in 19 CFR part 122. Other limited administrative services are available by appointment only. In addition, aircraft user fees are collected by the Naples Airport Authority and are the responsibility of the aircraft operator/pilot in command. Please contact the Naples airport authority for specifics.
CBP Naples is primarily an airport environment with passenger processing responsibilities. Port personnel are the face at the border for returning residents and visitors entering the United States. Here CBP enforces the import and export laws and regulations of the U.S. federal government and conducts admissibility activities. The staff also performs agriculture inspections to protect the USA from potential carriers of animal and plant pests or diseases that could cause serious damage to America's crops, livestock, pets, and the environment.
- Last Modified: March 4, 2022