The award-winning airport features a range of dining and retail options, two massage bars, a nail salon, meditation rooms, free wi-fi access, an extensive Arts at the Airport program featuring visual art and live entertainment, a full-service business center with foreign currency exchange, meeting space for one last conference before you head home, and, of course, the best live music you'll ever hear in an airport.
The Nashville Airport is undergoing major renovations that include plans for three six-story terminal garages, an on-site hotel, spacious terminal lobby, expanded ticketing and baggage areas, additional security screening lanes, a new concourse, retail and dining, additional airline gates, state-of-the-art International arrivals facility, and a future multi-modal transit connector. Renovations will be complete by 2023. bnavisionnashville.com
The airport code is BNA, which stands for Berry Field Nashville in honor of Col. Harry S. Berry, administrator of the original airport project in the 1930s.
The Nashville International Airport is located at One Terminal Drive, Nashville, TN 37214 - 8 miles east of downtown Nashville.
More than 17 million passengers are served annually.
BNA is home to 14 airlines, including major carriers and their regional partners, with more than 540 daily flights.
Nonstop service is provided to 75 markets, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, London, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Washington D.C.
New nonstop flights include:
- Allegiant Air
New Albany, NY (started May 14)
McAllen, TX (started May 27)
Portsmouth, NH (started May 27)
Boise, ID (started May 28)
Key West, FL (started June 2)
Greensboro, NC (started June 3)
- American Airlines
Austin, TX (started May 6)
Orlando, FL (starting June 5)
Raleigh-Durham, NC (starting June 5)
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (starting June 10)
Sarasota, FL (started February 14)
Savannah, GA (started March 11)
Destin, FL (started May 6)
Myrtle Beach, SC (started May 23)
Long Island, NY (starting June 6)
Visit flynashville.com for more information and a map or service markets.
You know there's live music. This is Music City, after all. Live music at Nashville International Airport welcomes guests in true Music City style and sends them off with a song.
There are six performance areas located in the terminal, hosting 700+ performances of all music genres each year.
Public art pieces are showcased in the ticketing lobby and rental car facility while rotating exhibits and permanent acquisitions appear throughout the terminal.
More than 25 dining options including local favorites Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, Yazoo Brewery, Fat Bottom Brewing Co., Noshville Delicatessen, and Tennessee Brew Works are spread throughout the airport.
BNA has airport-wide beer and liquor licenses so travelers can get a drink and carry it with them to their next spot (within the secure side of the terminal).
In addition to the typical book store, the Nashville airport has Opry Originals, Music City Beer & Spirits, and Kids Works/Nashville Zoo among its more than 20 retailers.
Metro bus service, ride-share (Nashville International Airport was the first airport in the country to allow ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft to operate on the property.), shuttles, taxis, rental cars, and limousine service are available from the airport. Visit flynashville.com for details and contact information.
The Airport Information Center is staffed daily 6:30am-11pm and can be reached at 615-275-1675.
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