Jun. 17, 2020
BNA Opens a Second Terminal Garage
Expands Parking, Improves Valet Service; Includes Sustainable Features, Customer Conveniences
NASHVILLE – Nashville International Airport (BNA) will open a second state-of-the-art parking facility tomorrow and marked the occasion today at a ceremonial ribbon-cutting that included Mayor John Cooper, members of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) Board of Commissioners, MNAA President and CEO Doug Kreulen and others.
Identified as “Terminal Garage 1,” it’s the airport’s newest parking option, adding more than 2,000 convenient spaces, a new and improved Valet center and a variety of customer amenities. The first four levels of the six-tiered garage and Valet center will open June 18. The final two parking levels will open in early 2021, for a total of 2,800 spaces, along with a pedestrian plaza that will feature green space, seating areas, a dog park and public art. Additionally, a new airport administrative building is under construction on top of the garage and is slated to open in December.
“Today’s ceremony is a milestone for both Nashville International Airport and our entire community,” said Mayor John Cooper. “BNA’s continued growth is an indication of Nashville’s economic strength and vitality as a global destination for both businesses and visitors. It’s a pleasure to celebrate our airport’s new amenities and the opening of this beautiful new space as we look toward the road ahead. Our airport has implemented comprehensive sanitization and other safety measures as our nation returns to air travel, and BNA’s staff is ready to showcase Nashville’s world-class hospitality once again.”
Added incoming MNAA Board Chair Trey Harwell: “Opening this newest parking garage adds another key building block to our long-range plan for the airport and the comm