Nashville International Airport (BNA) is the primary commercial airport serving middle Tennessee. The airport, which is a mini-hub for Southwest Airlines, is served by 13 airlines and offers travelers non-stop flights to 54 cities in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.
From Nashville, the most popular destinations are Atlanta (on Delta Air Lines), Dallas (on American Airlines), Denver (on Frontier Airlines, Southwest or United Airlines), Chicago (on American or United to Chicago O’Hare International Airport or on Southwest to Chicago Midway) and Detroit (on Delta or Southwest).
Are you looking for cheap airfares to Las Vegas or Los Angeles, Orlando or Seattle, New York or New Orleans, or anywhere in between? When searching for inexpensive airfares, here are some things to keep in mind. First, start your search early, because airfares usually increase as the travel date approaches. Next, you’re more likely to find cheap flights if your travel dates and times are flexible. Also, don’t limit your search to just one airline. You might be surprised to find that the low-cost airline (a carrier such as Southwest or Frontier) isn’t always the most inexpensive option.
New York is a popular destination for vacationing Nashville residents. Whether you’re going for just a long weekend trip or taking a longer vacation, here are some important things to know.
Several airlines fly from Nashville to New York City. Southwest and United Express offer flights to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). American Eagle and Delta Connect fly to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). And American Eagle, Delta Connection and Southwest fly to LaGuardia Airport (LGA). The flying time to New York is about 2 hours, 10 minutes.
It’s estimated that 55 million tourists visit New York City each year. That’s because the Big Apple has so much to offer visitors. From museums to shopping, from fine dining to Broadway shows, from sports to famous sites—there’s something that will appeal to every tourist.
If you have certain “must see” attractions, consider purchasing tickets in advance or making reservations. That allows you to make the most of your visit, and minimizes the time you’ll spend waiting in lines. Also, familiarize yourself with New York City’s bus and subway system. Often, public transportation is the fastest way to get around.