The first phase of Nashville International’s (BNA) multi-year interior renovation is finished.
It is the first time the existing terminal has been renovated since it opened in 1987. The first phase has brought in more than 30 new food and beverage and retail vendors, opened a central security checkpoint, and added concourse skylights and flight information displays.
“The terminal renovation has improved our ability to provide the Nashville Airports Experience to our passengers and partners,” says Raul Regalado, president and chief executive of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority. “Passengers can now enjoy a taste and feel of Music City through local favorites such as Swett’s, Tootsies, Neely’s Bar-B-Que and CMT Loot as well as national brands like Starbucks and Hudson News.”
New dining options include Manchu Wok, O’Charley’s, Quiznos and Tootsies; shoppers now have options including CNN News, Life is good, Massage Bar and Radio Road.