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...
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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.
2020: A Year in Review for Nashville International Airport®
Pandemic Slowed Travel, But Progress Made for BNA® Vision, JWN® and Other Areas
*Watch a Year-In-Review video here: https://youtu.be/eJDJClwHlq NASHVILLE – With the close of the calendar year, Nashville International Airport took stock of the previous 12 months: Not surprisingly, the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically impacted air travel, especially in the spring, but BNA® achieved significant milestones in other areas, including an ambitious program for John C. Tune Airport®, and is poised to lead a robust economic recovery in the months and years ahead. BNA passenger numbers for 2020 began with the busiest January and February on record, but quickly dropped as the economy slowed and air travel plummeted in mid-March and throughout April....
BNA®’s New Concourse D Awarded LEED® Silver Certification for Green Design and Construction
One of Only Nine Airport Facilities in the World to Attain U.S. Green Building Council Distinction Under Rigorous LEED v4 Standards
NASHVILLE, Tennessee – Nashville International Airport®’s new Concourse D has received the prestigious LEED Silver certification for sustainable design and construction—making it one of only nine newly constructed airport facilities in the world to attain this distinction under the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) rigorous LEED v4 standards. With this certification, Concourse D becomes one of five LEED v4 Silver airport facilities in the nation and the first in Tennessee. “LEED certification is a coveted mark of environmental distinction and innovation,” said BNA® President and CEO Doug Kreulen. “We’re building not only a bigger airport, but also a better, ‘greener,’...
BNA® to Close Center of Terminal Lobby on Dec. 16 as Expansion, Renovation Continues
All Ticketing, Check-In and Passenger Screening will Continue at North and South Ends of Departures Level
* For digital renderings, visit https://www.dropbox.com/sh/02xgs0kub9w1lrp/AAAOUyV6H5LB_qqKOh6CVFUta?dl=0 NASHVILLE – As the expansion and renovation of Nashville International Airport® continues, travelers need to be aware that the Terminal’s central ticketing lobby will completely close on Dec. 16 and remain that way until 2023. All ticketing, check-in and passenger screening will continue at the north and south ends of the Departures level, so it’s important to use the correct entrance. The Terminal lobby is being closed to facilitate the next phase of construction, which will bring enhanced facilities to BNA’s central terminal with a larger entrance hall, an expanded central security checkpoint with 24...
Airport Authority Approves Redevelopment Plan for John C. Tune Airport®
Improvements Will Expand, Modernize State’s Busiest General Aviation Site
NASHVILLE, Tennessee –The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) Board of Commissioners today approved a redevelopment plan for John C. Tune Airport® to expand, upgrade and replace facilities destroyed during the March 3 tornado and enhance the airport’s long-term viability. Located west of downtown Nashville, JWN®, as the airport is also known, was first opened in 1986 and is the reliever airport for Nashville International Airport®. JWN serves the needs of the region’s corporate and private aircraft and is the largest general aviation airport in the state with more than 86,500 operations in 2019. “We have a timely opportunity to dramatically...