Located in the southeastern section of Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville International Airport is a public/military airport. It was established in 1937, and its original name was Berry Field.
The airport took its current name in 1988. BNA Airport has four runways and covers 3,900 acres (1,600 ha).
Airport Stats & Facts
- The airport's IATA code (BNA) is short for Berry Field Nashville, and the military facilities at the airport are still commonly known by this name.
- BNA has 585 daily arriving and departing flights.
- The airport has nonstop flights to more than 72 cities in North America and Europe.
- Launched in July 2016, BNA Vision is the dynamic expansion and renovation plan for Nashville International Airport by 2023.
Maps, Airlines & Amenities
Nashville Airport (BNA) Terminals
Airport Traveling Tips
- For an international flight, passengers are advised to arrive 3 hours before the departure time, and for a domestic flight, 2 hours before the departure.
- Passengers aged 18 and over should be prepared to have a government-issued photo identification such as valid passport, valid driver’s license, military ID, etc.
- Before visiting the airport to board a flight, please have a look at the BNA Airport map.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off
- Drivers waiting to pick-up their passengers can use either of the two FREE Cell Phone Waiting lots at Nashville Airport.
- Each lot has real-time flight information monitors allowing drivers to check the status of incoming flights.
- Travelers can be dropped off outside the terminal. Drivers should make sure not to stop the vehicle for a long time and do not leave it unattended as well.
- For departing flights: Departing flight status lists scheduled vs actual departure, gate information, map tracking, and flight delays.
- For arriving flights: Arrival flight status provides the arrival times, gate information, delays, and time to land for the Nashville Airport.
- To get the best deals, book a flight at BNA here.
Nashville Airport consists of 1 main terminal with 4 concourses - A, B, C, and D.
The Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. terminal is the airport's main commercial terminal. It has 3 floors with ground transportation on the first; baggage claim services on the second; and ticketing, passenger drop off, and concourse access on the third.
Concourse A - 7 Gates
Concourse B - 10 Gates
Concourse C - 19 Gates
Concourse D - 6 Gates
To see the terminal location, and for more information, please refer to BNA Terminal Map.
Nashville Airport serves various airlines including Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Connection, and more.
View the full list of airlines served at BNA Airport here.
It is located across from the terminal and is available 24/7. Valet Parking is one of the most convenient options to park at BNA Airport.
$36 per day
Terminal Garage 1
This garage is a short walk from Terminal and has more than 2,000 covered spaces. Here you can also find EV Charging Stations.
First 20 minutes: Free
Per Day: $26
Terminal Garage 2
Terminal Garage 2 is adjacent to the airport and has 2,200 covered spaces. It features a Park Assist Guidance System and EV Charging Stations.
First 20 minutes: Free
Per Day: $26
After arriving at the airport, passengers have many options for ground transportation. From rental cars to taxis to buses, and more they can choose according to their convenience and requirements. All commercial operators pick up on Level 1 of the Terminal Garage.
To avail the rental car facility, exit the Main Terminal on Level 1 and turn left, follow the sidewalk past the Valet Drop-Off area, cross Terminal Drive, and proceed to the Rental Car Facility.
Taxis pick up in the Ground Transportation Center, Level 1 of the Terminal Garage. From the airport, the meter starts at $7 and the rate is $2.10 per mile.
Buses also pick up in the Ground Transportation Center, Level 1 of the Terminal Garage. Some of the renowned companies include Anchor Tours Inc., CitiValet, and more.
Amenities & Services
For visitors to have an amazing stay, Nashville Airport provides plenty of amenities and services including:
- Store, gift shops, and local souvenir shops.
- Restaurants, bars, and cafes.
- Shoeshine stations, and massage bars.
- Free Wi-Fi internet throughout the airport.
- Multiple art installations and exhibits on display.
- Vending machines, and banks/ATMs.
Address: One Terminal Drive, Nashville, TN 37214, USA
Phone: (615) 275 1675
Nashville Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- The airport was dedicated on November 1, 1936, as Berry Field.
- In 1958, the City Aviation Department started planning to expand and modernize the airport.
- By the 1970s the airport was again in need of expansion and modernization.
- In 1973 the newly created Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) finalized a plan for the long-term growth of the airport.
- In 1988, the airport was renamed Nashville International Airport/Berry Field.
- In 1989 a new parallel runway was opened for use.
- In 2002, Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Services (EAMS) selected Nashville as the location for its Regional Airline Support Facility.
- In October 2006 the Nashville Metropolitan Airport Authority started an extensive renovation of the terminal building.
- To accommodate growth at BNA, the Metro Nashville Airport Authority has commenced a $1.2 billion renovation of the airport dubbed as BNA Vision.
Where is Frontier Airlines located?
Asked by Janet Post - Thu, 27 October
Frontier Airlines is located in the North Terminal, Concourse B.
Flying out this evening via Breeze airlines. Which concourse or terminal is Breeze located? I don’t see it on the website. Thanks
Asked by Alex - Fri, 7 October
Breeze Airlines is located in Concourse B.
Are there taxi cabs waiting at BNA Nashville for passengers to use? Or, must they be called.
Asked by Howard - Sun, 25 September
You can request one at the taxi information area or call ahead of time.
Can you reserve a parking place in the terminal lots or garage?
Asked by jody - Wed, 21 September
Parking is on a first come first serve basis.
What terminal holds Southwest Airlines?
Asked by Helene Doucet - Tue, 13 September
Southwest Airlines is in the South Terminal and uses Concourses C & D.
What terminal is Southwest?
Asked by Robert Donahue - Fri, 2 September
Southwest Airlines check-in is in the main terminal and they typically use Concourse C gates.
What is the cost per day to park in economy B or C lots?
Asked by Linda - Thu, 1 September
It is $16 per day.
Does Uber or Lyft operate at this airport, for transportation to Nashville?
Asked by Wendi - Sun, 21 August
Yes, Uber and Lyft both operate at this airport.
Do I have to make advanced reservation to park in Handicap area at Nashville airport?
Asked by Tracy Flam - Sat, 20 August
The parking is on a first come first serve basis.
We are flying into Nashville on Contour and then flying out on Delta that same day. Do they both fly in and out of the same terminal?
Asked by Patti - Thu, 4 August
Yes, Contour and Delta are located in the same terminal.
What terminal does Alaska Airlines use?
Asked by riley morris - Fri, 10 June
Alaska Airlines is located in the South Terminal.
Do I need real ID to fly out in two weeks?
Asked by Ginger scott - Thu, 19 May
Yes, you must present a valid form of ID in order to fly. Here is information about what is accepted.
If I am picking up an arrival from a Southwest flight, can I still wait and pick them up in front of the Arrival Terminal?
Asked by Karen Karpinski - Mon, 2 May
What is the parking rate per hour for economy lot?
Asked by James - Mon, 11 April
The rate for parking in the economy lot is $16/day.
Where is the rental car return?
Asked by Branwen C Stenger - Sat, 9 April
Where is the Delta Sky Club located?
Asked by Susan Smith - Fri, 8 April
The Delta Sky Club is located adjacent to Gate B3. It's open daily from 4:15am to 7:15pm.
Where do off site parking shuttles pick up passengers?
Asked by Leesa - Fri, 1 April
Shuttles pick up in the Ground Transportation Center, on Level 1 of Terminal Garage 2.
I saw on the website that you except credit cards to pay for airport parking lots. Do you accept Debit cards to pay for parking?
Asked by Suzanne Chavez - Wed, 9 March
Yes, debit cards are accepted to pay for parking.
How many baggage claim areas are there?
Asked by Therese A. Cox - Thu, 24 February
There is only one baggage claim, and it is located on Level 2.
What is the best way to get a group of people from the Nashville Airport to the Omni Nashville
Asked by Delrae - Tue, 22 February
You can take the Line 2 bus or take a taxi or an Uber. The bus will take around 20 minutes, while the bus will take around 10.
Is there a Catholic Mass today in the airport?
Asked by Lucy - Sat, 12 February
There is no Catholic Mass services located at the airport. For information about interfaith/religious facilities, click here.
Is valet parking available?
Asked by WE Phillips - Fri, 11 February
Yes, there is valet parking available. It has access from Terminal (ground floor of Terminal Garage 1)