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Nashville International Airport (BNA)

Located in the southeastern corner of Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville International Airport is a gateway to the heart of music in the United States. Originally called Berry Field and constructed in 1937, it now contains one terminal, four concourses, and 42 gates. Before the pandemic, these gates served over 18 million passengers per year to destinations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. To accommodate increasing passenger yields, a renovation project called BNA Vision is underway, which includes plans for an expansion of Concourse D, the creation of a hotel, and the construction of new gates. BNA Vision is expected to finish in 2023.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Nashville. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. Given its mixture of attractions, nightlife, and bustling music scene, Nashville can really be visited anytime. There's pretty much always something to see despite the season, though each time of year offers a benefit. Summer, though humid and hot, is when the city really comes alive with music. Winter sees charming Christmas decorations fill the city. And spring and autumn offer lower rates compared to other seasons.

Nashville Travel Guide

Did you know that Nashville is also known as Music City? When you visit the city, you'll understand why. With festivals, live shows, and music-themed attractions, you'll become immersed in creativity. Its dominance in the music scene dates to 1925, when the radio station WSM chose the Nashville Ryman Auditorium to host its Grand Ole Opry radio show—the radio show is still running. When in Nashville, make sure to visit the Ryman Auditorium or attend a Grand Ole Opry show. Follow that up by learning about music in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. But there's more to Nashville than music. With great food and nightlife, you'll find yourself immersed in a cultural haven.

Located in the southeastern corner of Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville International Airport is a gateway to the heart of music in the United States. Originally called Berry Field and constructed in 1937, it now contains one terminal, four concourses, and 42 gates. Before the pandemic, these gates served over 18 million passengers per year to destinations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. To accommodate increasing passenger yields, a renovation project called BNA Vision is underway, which includes plans for an expansion of Concourse D, the creation of a hotel, and the construction of new gates. BNA Vision is expected to finish in 2023.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Nashville. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. Given its mixture of attractions, nightlife, and bustling music scene, Nashville can really be visited anytime. There's pretty much always something to see despite the season, though each time of year offers a benefit. Summer, though humid and hot, is when the city really comes alive with music. Winter sees charming Christmas decorations fill the city. And spring and autumn offer lower rates compared to other seasons.

Did you know that Nashville is also known as Music City? When you visit the city, you'll understand why. With festivals, live shows, and music-themed attractions, you'll become immersed in creativity. Its dominance in the music scene dates to 1925, when the radio station WSM chose the Nashville Ryman Auditorium to host its Grand Ole Opry radio show—the radio show is still running. When in Nashville, make sure to visit the Ryman Auditorium or attend a Grand Ole Opry show. Follow that up by learning about music in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. But there's more to Nashville than music. With great food and nightlife, you'll find yourself immersed in a cultural haven.

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