Nashville International Airport - BNA-Nashville Intl.
Nashville International Airport is a mixed public and military airport situated in the southeastern regions of Nashville, Tennessee, USA. It was established in 1937 as Berry Field from where the ICAO and IATA identifiers where taken from. The current terminal in BNA-Nashville Intl. was built in 1987, which has four runways and covers more than 1600 hectares. The airport currently has 585 air traffics both international and domestic in more than 72 cities located in Europe and North America. The Berry Field Air National Guard Base is also situated in this airfield.
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Nashville International Airport has one primary terminal, Robert C.H. Matthews Jr. Terminal. It has three concourses with different number of gates. Concourse A has 7 gates, 13 gates in B, 22 gates in Concourse C and an undergoing Concourse D set to have six new gates and to reopen by 2020. The American operates Admirals Club in Concourse C while Sky Club in Concourse B is operated by Delta. Arrington, Greenville and Madison are located near the airport area.
What to Do & Area Attractions
BNA-Nashville Intl. hotels to checkout while in the region includes the Holiday Inn Express Nashville Airport and the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Nashville Airport, TN. These hotels situated 5 minutes away from the airport offers shuttle service for your conveniences.
The Clarksville Regional Airport (CKV) and the Tullahoma Regional Airport (THA) are the nearest airports accessible to BNA and also located in Tennessee.