Nashville International Airport

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Nashville International Airport

Read on to discover the Nashville International Airport, its facilities and services it has on offer, the top destinations to fly to from the airport and with which airlines you can do this with.

About Nashville International Airport

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Nashville International Airport (IATA: BNA) formerly known as Berry Field, is a public and military use airport in the southeastern section of Nashville in the U.S. state of Tennessee. The airport opened on June 1937 and the airport serves cities in North America and Europe. It serves 20 airlines and has 585 daily arriving and departing flights with non-stop flights to more than 72 cities. The airport has an area of 3,900 acres, owns four runways and serves nearly 16 million passengers each year.

Nashville International Airport is a focus city for Delta and Southwest Airlines.

 

Nashville International Airport Location

The airport is located 8 miles (12.8 km) southeast of Downtown Nashville, Tennesse:

 

Facilities

 

Nashville International Airport provides services and facilities to offer comfort and ease to its travellers. In total, the airport has 43 gates and 26 shops serving food and beverage throughout the terminals in the airport.

Facilities Include:

A wide variety of shopping and dining shops are available from popular restaurants, cafes and luxury and designer shops.

Free WiFi AccessibilityLuggage storage

Spa, Massage and Salon

Children's Play areas

Nursing Rooms

Prayer Rooms

Baggage Carts

Luggage Lockers

ATMs

Currency Exchange

 

Lounges Include:

American Airlines Admirals Club (Concourse C): includes beverages, snacks, TV, workstations, personal reservation assistance, printing. 

Delta Sky Club: Available facilities include snacks, beverages, WiFi, TV, telephone, personal reservation assistance, printing, newspapers and magazines.

USO Lounge / Military Lounge (Concourse C): passengers can enjoy snacks, beverages, TV, computers, laptops, game room all for active military members in the US military and their families.

 

 

Runways

Nashville international airport currently has four runways, three of which are parallel with one crosswind. The longest runway is the 13/31 which is 11,030 feet long.

 

Direction Length (ft) Length (m) Surface
2L/20R 9,400 2,348 Concrete
2C/20C 8,001 2,439 Concrete
2R/20L 8,001 2,439 Concrete
13/31 11,030 3,362 Concrete

Terminals

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Robert Mathews Jr. Terminal

The Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. terminal is the airport's main commercial terminal. The terminal has three floors with ground transportation on the first floor, baggage claim services on the second floor; and ticketing, passenger drop off, and concourse access on the third floor. International flights are currently processed in Concourse A, which has the airport's customs facility. Concourse A contains 8 gates, Concourse B contains 13 gates, Concourse C contains 22 gates and Concourse D will contain 6 gates and is set to open in 2020.

 

Airlines that fly to Nashville International Airport

The table below has all of the airlines that fly passenger services from Nashville International Airport:

 

Air Canada Express Alaska Airlines Allegiant Airlines American Airlines
American Eagle British Airways Contour Airlines Delta Air Lines
Delta Connection Edelweiss Air Frontier Airlines JetBlue
Southern Airways Express Southwest Airlines Spirit Airlines Sun Country Airlines
United Airlines United Express WestJet WestJet Encore

Top Destinations

 

The Most Popular Destinations

 

Rank Destination Passengers Airlines
1 Atlanta, Georgia 568,450 Delta, Southwest
2 Denver, Colorado 345,680 Frontier, Southwest, United
3 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas 334,470 American
4 Charlotte, North Carolina 324,990 American, Southwest
5 Chicago–O'Hare, Illinois 309,090 American, Frontier, United
6 New York–LaGuardia, New York 302,870 American, Delta, Southwest
7 Los Angeles, California 292,710 American, Delta, Southwest, Sun Country
8 Detroit, Michigan 266,770 Delta, Southwest
9 Orlando, Florida 260,690 Delta, Frontier, Southwest
10 Boston, Massachusetts 260,380 Delta, JetBlue, Southwest

The most popular destinations from April 2018 - March 2019. Statistics from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs and The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)

How to get to Nashville International Airport

 

By Road

There are many companies that offer taxicab services 24 hours a day at Nashville International Airport. All taxis are metered with a starting fare of $7 USD plus $2.10 USD per mile. There are drop-off and pick-up areas at the terminals and short and long-stay multi-storey car parks you can use to park your car at a cost. 

By Public Transport

In addition to this, there is a WeGo Public Transit bus that connects the airport and downtown and a bus fare costs $1.70 USD. Also, there are shuttle transfer options available to/from the airport.

By Rental Car

You can hire a selection of cars from car rental companies. All car rental pick-ups and drop-offs for rental car companies serving Nashville International Airport occur at the Rental Car Center. It is connected to the airport terminal via covered moving walkways. Some of the car rental companies are Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Payless and Thrifty.