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Johnson Joins BNA As Revenue Chief

The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority has named longtime MSP executive Eric Johnson to the role of senior vice president, chief revenue officer. In this position, he will manage revenue producing leases and contracts, as well as existing aeronautical and non-aeronautical property. He will also identify new opportunities for growth and expansion of Nashville International Airport (BNA) and John C. Tune Airport (JWN).  

Johnson most recently was director of commercial management and airline affairs for the Metropolitan Airports Commission, which owns Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. In a LinkedIn post, Johnson said he retired from the MAC after 34 years. “My time at MSP has been incredibly rewarding, and I’m grateful for the experience and relationships I’ve built over the years,” he wrote. “However, the opportunity to contribute to the growth and success of the Nashville International Airport is one that I couldn’t pass up.” 

In a news release, Johnson said he took the BNA role “with great honor and enthusiasm” to contribute to the further growth and success of the airport.  “I am eager to bring my passion for innovation and revenue generation to this esteemed organization,” he said. “I am committed to driving strategic initiatives, fostering partnerships, and leveraging my experience to enhance the airport’s position in the ever-evolving aviation landscape.”