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BNA to Close One Runway for Full Reconstruction

Posted April 3, 2020
NASHVILLE – Nashville International Airport (BNA) will temporarily close one of its four runways on April 6 for a planned reconstruction per Federal Aviation Administration...
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John C. Tune Airport to Reopen

Posted March 19, 2020
NASHVILLE – The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) announced today that John C. Tune Airport (JWN) will reopen Friday, March 20, at 7 a.m., after sustaining...
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General News

NASHVILLE – As news of COVID-19 continues, Nashville International Airport (BNA) remains committed to its 24-hour / 365-day cleaning protocol that complies with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, as well as maintaining close contact with the CDC, Metro and State health departments, industry organizations and serving on the Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force. For details, Click Here .
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NASHVILLE – Nashville International Airport (BNA) is providing the following update in reference to the announcement of the first case of the coronavirus in Tennessee. As reported by medical professionals, the affected person displayed no symptoms of the virus until several days after his arrival at BNA.

The President and CEO of BNA, Doug Kreulen, is honored that Governor Lee appointed him to the Coronavirus Task Force to enhance Tennessee’s coordinated efforts to prevent, identify and treat potential cases of COVID-19. This task force will develop and execute additional precautionary measures and emergency response plans for Tennessee.

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NASHVILLE – Cleanup and damage assessments continue at John C. Tune Airport (JWN) in west Nashville, which sustained massive damage from the early morning storms on March 3. An estimated $93 million in infrastructure damage alone has been sustained, which includes damage to the terminal and other buildings, including 17 hangars, airfield, pavement, navigational aids, signage, lighting, fencing, utilities and more. This estimate does not include damage to more than 90 destroyed aircraft and other personal property such as vehicles. No injuries were reported.

“The devastation wrought by this storm throughout the city and beyond is dramatic and a deep tragedy for so many of our friends and neighbors,” said Doug Kreulen, president and CEO of Nashville International Airport (BNA). “Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who have been impacted. While BNA was left unscathed, John C. Tune Airport was devastated. Still, we will immediately begin rebuilding and will open for operations as soon as it is safe to do so. Like all of Nashville, we will work together to recover.”

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NASHVILLE – The spring installment of the "Flying Solo" series at Nashville International Airport (BNA) opens today featuring the eclectic works of Keavy Murphree, Wayne Edge, Graham Gerdeman, Contemporary Collective and Delgado Guitars.

Each season, the Flying Solo series offers arts organizations and gifted artists an opportunity to exhibit their work at BNA. The Spring 2020 exhibits, which run from March 2 through May 24, 2020 (Delgado Guitars will be on display until Aug. 23), are part of BNA's Arts at the Airport program.

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MIRAMAR, Fla., Feb. 27, 2020 – ­­Nashville, your Spring Break is planned! Today, Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) started nonstop service from Nashville (BNA) to Cancun (CUN), the airline's first nonstop international destination from Music City. America's fastest-growing airline will bring Nashville closer to breathtaking beaches three times a week, with nonstop flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Spirit is growing again, just months after launching service to the Nashville. Convenient nonstop service to Los Angeles (LAX), Newark/New York (EWR) and Austin (AUS) will arrive in March 2020.

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