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Nashville flights take you to the state capital of Tennessee, into a city whose vibrancy has earned itself the nickname "Music City." Nashville truly is a place with a rhythmic heart.

Flights to Nashville

Located just eight miles outside the city centre, Nashville International Airport greets flights to the Music City. A gateway for US travel, Nashville International is a great place to visit for discount air ticket opportunities. Its main commercial terminal has three levels and is always a hive of activity. Shops, bars and food outlets are plentiful, with the popular Gibson Cafe living up to the Music City name, boasting walls lined with music-themed memorabilia and the famous Gibson brand guitars. Bus route 18 serves the airport and provides cheap express service straight into the downtown area. In addition to the regular shuttle buses and taxis, more than 20 limo operators welcome Nashville flights.

Nashville Weather

Flights to Nashville will usually land in heat and humidity in the summer months and much cooler weather patterns in the winter. The late spring is most prone to rainfall and every now and then there are thunderstorms, which can be quite spectacular. Due to the density of Nashville, the central districts can be as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit higher than in outlying areas. Early fall is the driest period of the year, making it a very good time to visit as the temperatures are moderate and comfortable.

Getting Around Nashville

Negotiating Nashville is relatively straight forward as the city's streets are laid out in a grid alongside the Cumberland River and numbered in a parallel formation. A trolleybus service can take you to most districts during the day, with regular buses operating in the evenings on an hourly basis. The Music City Circuit is an excellent facility running buses every 15 minutes on two free routes around the downtown region. However, people realize very quickly after arriving on their Nashville flights that the beauty of the city resides in the fact that nearly all the major sights are accessible on foot, thus making walking the cheapest and most popular mode of transport.

Nashville Attractions

In addition to its music history, tourists who book flights to Nashville are also drawn to the city by its full-sized replica of the Parthenon of Athens, which sits in the middle of Centennial Park and is quite stunning in its appearance. Within the Athens structure is a magnificent 42-feet-tall statue of Athena, which will impress any visitor from the United States or abroad. Other attractions to visit when you arrive on your Nashville flights include:

  • Attending the Grand Ole Opry, which offers an entertainment education for all ages
  • Touring the Ryman Auditorium for an eye-opening musical experience
  • Sampling some fabulous beers on a beer tour of the Yazoo Brewing Company
  • Visiting the Tennessee State Museum crammed with interesting collections
  • Wandering or cycling around the trails of the twin Warner Parks

Nashville When to Go

If you can handle the heat and humidity, you won't be disappointed with Nashville between June and August, the "high season" period that ushers in the most visitors thanks to summer holidays and the star-studded CMA Fest each June, which features the likes of Taylor Swift, Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, and more.

Shoulder seasons run from September through December and April through May. Fall is milder temperature-wise, with a rainbow of leaves starting to peek through, the NFL's Titans taking the field, and music offerings galore. The three-day outdoor National Folk Festival inhabits Bicentennial Capitol Mall in September, and Live on the Green—a free Thursday night concert series—runs for six weeks each September and October in Public Square Plaza. Plus, there's SoundLand, which highlights more than 100 national and regional performance groups over a four-night period spread across 11 venues; the week-long World of Bluegrass festival; and the Americana Music Festival and Conference. Visitors might catch a glimpse of their favorite musicians come early November during the annual CMA Awards.

"Awesome April" is another fine time to enjoy cooler weather and fewer people—as well as take in Pan South Songwriters Festival, Nashville Film Festival, and the Country Music Marathon, which winds its way through the city and features a bevy of local musical talent.

Winter months can be gray, but November and December are filled with holiday happenings for the festive traveler. During this time, Gaylord Opryland—with its more than two million twinkling lights, Living Nativity, towering evergreens, and gingerbread houses that build the foundation for the month-long A Country Christmas celebration—is worth a visit alone; plus, the Rockettes take the stage at the iconic Grand Ole Opry for Radio City Music Spectacular, one kicking yuletide event.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Nashville?
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If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
You’ll find all the necessary information regarding COVID-19, flight changes and cancellations on our Customer Service Portal. Before you purchase your tickets, read over your carrier’s terms and conditions. This should answer any other questions you may have.
Which airlines fly to Nashville?
With 20 airlines providing services to Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA), a major entry point to Nashville, you have loads of options. Grab an impressive deal among these well-known international airlines that’ll take you to this city:

  • Air Canada - 42 flights to Nashville per month
  • WestJet - 20 flights to Nashville per month
  • British Airways - 16 flights to Nashville per month

What is the best airport to fly to in Nashville?
Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) is the main arrival point to the city, so your only decision will be the aisle seat or the window seat. Central Nashville is around 7 miles away and where many visitors start their adventure.
How much is a flight to Nashville?
Travelers from near and far picked up round-trip deals ranging between $54 and $103 this week. Arriving from Orlando (MCO)? The best one-way fares were $27.
How to book the cheapest flight to Nashville?
Using Orbitz, you’ll find some of the most exciting flight deals around from a great range of airlines. But if you’d like to boost your prospects of booking cheap flights to Nashville, here are a few tips to get started:

  • Consider departing from or arriving at other airports to save on your airfare. Enter your preferred departure and arrival airports in the form fields, then click on the ‘Nearby airports’ function below. It will show you any available options.
  • If you’re flexible with your travel schedule, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ option. It’ll display the flight deals for the days before and after your chosen departure. Ticket prices often vary depending on what day of the week it is.
  • Hit ‘Show options’ to narrow down your search results. You can pick your preferred airline and seating class here. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even select whether you want to fly in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • The early bird catches the best deals, so book your tickets the moment you know your travel dates. The most affordable fares sell out first and prices rise as the departure date gets closer.
  • Make big savings on your getaway by combining your flights, hotels and car rentals into a package. Your bank account will thank you for it.
  • Don’t travel during peak seasons if possible. By steering clear of school vacations and summer, you can save loads on your airfares.

How long is a flight to Nashville?
You might have time to read one or more chapters of a book, or you might make it though the whole thing! The length of a flight depends on where you’re jetting out of, but these leading routes to Nashville will give you a better picture:

  • Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) to Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) - 1 hour and 8 minutes
  • New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) to Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) - 2 hours and 29 minutes
  • Denver, CO (DEN-Denver Intl.) to Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) - 2 hours and 33 minutes

What is the best time to book a flight to Nashville?
Generally speaking, the cheapest time to reserve a plane ticket is January. This is closely followed by February and August. When looking for a cheap flight to Nashville, be ready to book. Cheap deals emerge in an instant and don’t wait around!
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Nashville?
If you’re after inexpensive airfares to Nashville, the best days of the week to book are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. With Orbitz (and a bit of good timing!), a fabulous flight deal will be all yours.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Nashville?
According to Orbitz data from 2020, Monday is generally the best day to get cheap flights to Nashville. Tuesday also offers budget-friendly fares whereas Saturday has the most expensive ticket prices. Although flying out at the weekend can be more convenient, you’ll have more cash in your pocket to play with if you take off early in the week.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Nashville?
Based on Orbitz data, it’s best to fly out in August. This is generally the best month to score cheap flights to Nashville. Keep in mind that the most expensive time to take off is during the month of June.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
Flexibility is important, that’s why Orbitz lets you search for carriers that won’t penalize you for amendments to your reservation. Add your departure and arrival destinations, then select “Filter by flexible change policies.” We’ll show you all the options that include free cancellation and no change fees.
What do I need for the flight to Nashville?
Flying doesn’t have to be a drag. In fact it can be a joy if you’re well prepared! Make your journey a hassle-free one with the following helpful tips:

  • Whether you print it out or use an electronic one, you’ll need your boarding pass to walk on to the plane. You’ll also need some kind of government-issued identification. If you’re flying internationally, make sure your passport is valid and you’ve checked visa requirements.
  • Make time fly by even faster on your short hop by packing the right gear. Think snacks, a water bottle and entertainment. If you’d like your trip to Nashville to pass quietly, throw some noise-canceling headphones or earplugs into your bag as well.
  • It can get very cool on the plane. If you’d rather not shiver your way through the flight, wear an extra layer of clothes.

How many direct flights are there to Nashville?
You can hop on board one of 688 flights that travel directly to Nashville each month. Southwest Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines are just a few of the carriers that will take you there comfortably in one go. United Airlines, Spirit Airlines and JetBlue Airways are a few other carriers that fly nonstop.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Nashville?
Smart travelers have a way of finding business or first-class fares to Nashville without the astronomical price tag. Take a leaf out of their book with these useful hints:

  • Be more flexible with your travel dates and hold out for huge sales on business or first-class airfares.
  • Look for a low-cost carrier that has business-class seats. They often come with extra space and a glass of Champagne — but without the high price.
  • Bid for an upgrade in online auctions or upgrade your fare with frequent flyer loyalty programs.

How to get into Nashville from the airport?
Make things easier with a Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) car rental. Touch down at Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA) and then pick up a set of wheels from one of the two providers on-site. EZ Rent-A-Car and Thrifty Car Rental both have a terrific range of vehicles to choose from. After you’ve buckled up, you’ll need to drive approximately 7 miles to the west to get to the hustle and bustle of central Nashville. Renting a car from the city center is another popular option with unbeatable deals available from Nashville car rentals.
What is the best time to go to Nashville?
There’s loads of fun to be had whatever time of year you choose to go to Nashville, but are the most popular months. Like to fill up your itinerary with warm-weather adventures? Book your vacation close to June 20. This is when summer starts in the Northern Hemisphere. Expect the mercury to range between 70undefined and 90undefined during this time of year.
Travel tips for Nashville

  • The downtown area is packed with well-known attractions. Drawcards like Vanderbilt University and Nissan Stadium will keep your feet moving and your adventurous soul full.
  • Also find time for the sights within an easy drive of Nashville’s center. Head toward Grand Ole Opry and Belle Meade Plantation and see another side of this popular destination.
  • When it’s time to get out and experience more of Tennessee, book a car rental and follow the road signs to Chattanooga. Clarksville is another main city with countless things to do and see.

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