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Flying Aces

Have Questions? Ask an Ace!

 

Individuals who volunteer their time are rare in today's fast-paced, busy world - most people have families, jobs or other interests. At Nashville International Airport (BNA), close to 120 volunteers share their spare time, experience, and knowledge of the airport to assist passengers and guests.


Since 2000, the Flying Aces, a volunteer group of men and women, have been helping make the traveling experience more pleasant at BNA.

Flying Aces are easily spotted in their ruby red vests or blazers carrying their information clipboards. Each Ace is assigned an area for their shift and can be seen throughout the airport at entrances, security checkpoints and baggage claim.

 

Are you interested in becoming a Flying Ace?
 
Flying Aces:
  • Provide assistance to our traveling public daily.
  • Participate in airport special events and projects.
  • Have many opportunities to have fun and truly enjoy their volunteer experience!
Our Flying Aces are required to volunteer a minimum of four (4) hours per week. Since the airport operates twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week, our volunteers come in as early as 4:00 am and stay as late as 9:00 pm. We have adopted an open schedule format which allows our volunteers to choose the hours and days that work best for them. They have the opportunity to schedule themselves or just walk-in.
 
If you are interested in becoming a Flying Ace, please complete and submit the online application below and you will be placed in our applicant database.  We bring new volunteers on board periodically throughout the year.  You will be contacted when an open opportunity is available.
 

 

For more information about the Flying Ace program, please contact the Flying Ace Coordinator at 615-275-4522.