About The Airport
NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BNA)
BNA opened for business in 1937 as Berry Field (BNA) on a 340-acre tract of land. Since then, BNA has evolved into one of the world’s most customer-friendly airports. In Airport Revenue News ’ 2010 Best Airport and Concessions Awards, BNA earned the award for Best Overall Concessions program, and in 2009 it earned awards for Airport with the Best Customer Service, Airport with the Most Unique Services, and the Best Concessions Management Team, all in the medium airport division.
BNA by the numbers
- 900,000-square-foot Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal
- 45 gates and 15 commuter aircraft parking positions
- Federal Inspection Station and Port of Entry
- Up to 78 commuter aircraft parking positions on 4,500 acres
- Four runways
- Ranked sixth in the nation of airports its size in customer satisfaction in 2008 by J.Powers and Assoc.
- Nearly 10 million passengers