Nashville International Airport (IATA: BNA, ICAO: KBNA, FAA LID: BNA) is a public and military use airport in the southeastern section of Nashville in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a primary commercial service airport (more than 10,000 enplanements per year). Established in 1937, its original name was Berry Field, from which it its ICAO and IATA identifiers are derived. The current terminal was constructed in 1987, and the airport took its current name in 1988. Nashville International Airport has four runways, the longest of which is 11,030 feet (3,360 m) long, a size adequate to handle all aircraft in service in 2012.
NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HISTORY
Nashville’s first airport was Hampton Field, which operated until 1921. It was replaced by Blackwood Field in the Hermitage community, which operated between 1921 and 1928. The first airlines to serve Nashville, American Airlines and Eastern Air Lines, flew out of Sky Harbor Airport in nearby Rutherford County.
NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LOCATION
Nashville International Airport (IATA: BNA, ICAO: KBNA, FAA LID: BNA) is a public and military use airport in the southeastern section of Nashville in the U.S. state of Tennessee.
NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FACTS
Elevation: 599 ft.
Runway length available: 02C/20C 8001×150 ft. :: 02R/20L 8000×150 ft. :: 02L/20R 7703×150 ft. :: 13/31 11030×150 ft.