Nashville Airport Guide (BNA)
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Nashville International Airport (BNA) is located in southeast Nashville, Tennessee. The airport was founded in 1937, but the current terminal was constructed in 1987. In 2012, BNA was the 34th busiest airport in the United States according to passenger traffic. Nashville International Airport has been rewarded Airport with the Best Customer Service, Airport with the Most Unique Airport Services, and the Best Overall Concession Program.
Transfer between Terminals
BNA has one main terminal and four concourses. Nashville International Airport's Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal is the main commercial terminal. The concourses are accessible by foot.
Transport into Town
Bus: Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority bus route 18 operates between the airport and the Music City Central bus terminal in Nashville. Taxi: Taxis are available outside the airport. Taxis cost a flat rate of $25 to the downtown area and the Opryland Hotel area. Private Shuttle: Various shuttles connect the airport to downtown Nashville, the West End area, and Ft. Campbell/Clarksville.
Nashville International Airport hosts two airline lounges. Delta Air Lines Sky Club is located adjacent to gate B3 in Concourse B. American Airlines Admirals Club is located above gate C12 on Concourse C.
Nashville International Airport is served by 13 different airlines. Nashville International Airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines. Southwest Airline carries 54% of BNA’s air traffic. American Airlines has 7.71% of BNA’s traffic, Delta has 7.62%, American Eagle has 5.76%, and ExpressJet has 3.19%
Twenty minutes of free wireless internet is available in Nashville International Airport. Nashville International Airport’s Arts at the Airport program is award-winning and rotates art exhibits throughout the terminals. Live performances are often held near Tooties Orchid Lounge in Concourse C. BNA is home to 21 different restaurants and snack shops, and 22 retailers.
Nashville International Airport has seven parking options for drivers. The Economy Lot costs $9 a day and is connected to the airport via a free shuttle. Long-Term B Lot costs $9 a day and is connected to the airport via a free shuttle. Long-Term A Lot costs $14 a day and is within walking distance of the terminal and is connected to the airport via a free shuttle. The Frequent Parker Area costs $15 a day and is within walking distance of the terminal and is connected to the airport via a free shuttle. Short-Term Parking costs $19 a day and is within walking distance of the terminal. Overflow Parking is available during peak travel times and costs $9 a day.
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