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Published on : Monday, January 18, 2016
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) today announced Nashville International Airport (BNA) served more than 11.6 million passengers in the 2015 calendar year, setting a new all-time passenger record.
“It’s been an extraordinary year for Nashville International Airport on so many different levels,” said Rob Wigington, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority president and CEO. “Our passenger traffic continues its record-setting growth, adding to the vitality of this region and showcasing the role the airport serves as a major driver of economic development for our community. We will continue to work hard to improve and grow our airports and set new records in 2016.”
In 2015, 11,673,633 passengers traveled into and out of BNA, a robust 5.7 percent increase over the previous year. Additionally, BNA launched a number of new initiatives and services in 2015, including:
It was also a banner year for John C. Tune (JWN) Airport, which saw a runway extension, Runway Safety Area improvements and complete terminal renovation, enhancing its position as Tennessee’s premiere general aviation airport.
Some of BNA’s 2015 accolades included:
2016 is slated to be another banner year for BNA. MNAA will be undertaking numerous projects this year to expand facilities and enhance services in an effort to continue to meet the needs and wants of BNA’s growing passenger volume and the expanding Nashville region.
Nashville International Airport is currently served by 10 airlines and offers 390 daily arriving and departing flights. Nashville International provides nonstop air service to more than 50 markets.
Source:- Nashville Airport Authority