Airports in Nashville
Formerly known as Berry Field Nashville Airport (hence the IATA code BNA), Nashville International Airport is located eight miles (13km) southeast of central Nashville. Tennessee's busiest airport, it processes more than nine million passengers each year.
The airport was recently renovated, and now comprises the massive Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal, with four concourses and 47 gates. Nashville International Airport is an efficient facility with friendly service and smooth processing experiences, although like any airport it can be busy with long queues in the peak holiday season.
Flights to Nashville International Airport come in from all over North America, including Toronto, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Seattle and Cancun.
The airport is situated eight miles (12km) southeast of downtown Nashville.
Getting to the city
The Grayline runs shuttles from the airport every 15 minutes to downtown and west end hotels between 4:30am and 11pm for a rate of $14. Bookings must be made a day in advance. The Nashville Tranit Authority has bus service from the airport to the downtown transit station; it operates roughly once an hour from 5:45am to 11:40pm on weekdays, and from 6:50am to 10:40pm on weekends and holidays.
GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to November).
Tel: +1 615 275 1675.
Nashville International Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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