NASHVILLE – American Airlines has announced nonstop service from Nashville International Airport® to Raleigh-Durham International Airport and seasonal service to Orlando International Airport. Both routes begin June 5, 2021. Service to Raleigh-Durham will be twice daily Monday – Friday and once daily on Saturday and Sunday. Service to Orlando will be once weekly on Saturdays through Labor Day. “This welcome announcement by American Airlines is another excellent example of how confidence in the Nashville market remains strong as we emerge from the pandemic,” said Doug Kreulen, BNA president and CEO. “These new routes add to BNA’s ever-growing portfolio of travel options that benefit...
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American Airlines Adds Nonstop Service from BNA® to Orlando, Raleigh-Durham
Service to Both Destinations Begins June 5, 2021
Airport Authority Completes Leadership Team with Promotions
New Roles Enhance Operations and Support Future Growth
NASHVILLE – Setting the stage for future growth and expansion, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) announces the following promotions within its leadership team: Mr. Robert Ramsey: Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Robert Ramsey was promoted to Executive Vice President (EVP) along with his title of Chief Operating Officer (COO). In this position, Mr. Ramsey assumes the additional responsibility of overseeing the Information Technology department as well as leading the Operations, Facilities Maintenance, Public Safety, Engineering, Environmental Management, Safety, and Strategic Planning and Sustainability programs at both the Nashville International Airport® and the John C. Tune Airport®....
BNA®’s New Concourse D Receives Top Award
Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives Names Concourse D ‘Commercial Airport Architectural Project of the Year’
NASHVILLE – Less than a year after opening, Nashville International Airport®’s state-of-the-art Concourse D has earned airport industry acclaim for excellence. The Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives (SEC-AAAE) this week announced Concourse D as the recipient of its 2021 Commercial Airport Architectural Project of the Year Award, an industry-recognized mark of distinction for BNA’s fourth major concourse. BNA received the award among peers at SEC-AAAE’s annual members conference in Savannah, Georgia. SEC-AAAE is the largest chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives and represents airport management professionals in 12 Southeastern states, including Tennessee, in addition...
Airport Authority Adds Top Lawyer, Elevates Key Executive Staff
Staff Additions, Promotions Round Out Leadership Team
NASHVILLE – As passenger traffic increases and airport operations expand, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) announces its newest executive team member and additional leadership promotions. Mr. Neale R. Bedrock: Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Neale R. Bedrock has joined the MNAA leadership team as its new executive vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer. Mr. Bedrock brings extensive experience delivering legal, compliance and business solutions on both domestic and international matters—most recently at The Hertz Corporation, where his duties included negotiating agreements with many of the top 100 airports in North America over the...
BNA® Addresses COVID-19
NOTICE: Masks or Face Coverings are Required at BNA by Federal Law (effective 11:59 p.m., ET, 2/1/21). Failure to wear face coverings could result in denial of entry or re-entry, and violations could result in penalties. Thank you in helping us protect each other.
At Nashville International Airport®, the safety and well-being of all our stakeholders —passengers, employees, business partners — is our highest priority. In response to the pandemic, we've developed and implemented a robust plan to keep the airport a clean and safe environment for everyone and are following federal and CDC guidelines. IMPORTANT NOTICE: As of 11:59 p.m. ET, Feb. 1, 2021, federal law requires a mask or face covering to be worn while in the terminal. Details are Here and Here. More information about COVID-19 and BNA: With more folks now looking to fly again, take a look at our "Back...