Flights to Nashville, TN

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Visit the Athens of the South

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and the center of the country music industry. People have been flocking to this Music City for decades in order to experience all that this rockin' city has to offer. Tourists also love Nashville for its historic sites, museums, lively nightlife scene, local cuisine, theater scene and annual events. If you think that Nashville sounds like a great place to visit, then book your cheap flights to Nashville on Expedia today.

Nashville's airport

Flights to Nashville land at Nashville Intl. Airport (BNA), a joint civil-military airport. It is located in southeastern Nashville. The reason why the airport code is BNA is because up until 1988, the airport was named Berry Field Nashville Airport. Nashville is a focus city for Southwest Airlines, and BNA is the 34th busiest airport in the United States when ranked by passenger traffic. Some of the airlines that fly to BNA include Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, SeaPort Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, US Airways and Vision Airlines.

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Tips on booking your Nashville airfare

Nashville is a city with four distinct seasons. Nashville flights may be the most popular during the summer thanks to the great weather and numerous events, but there are plenty of reasons to visit Nashville during the rest of the year as well. During the spring and the fall, the weather is mild and pleasant, and nature is at its most beautiful. Tickets to Nashville are the most expensive during the high season months of April to mid-August and October to December. Low season is from January to March and mid-August to September, and there isn't really much of a shoulder season in Nashville. If you want to visit Nashville during a less crowded and less expensive time, then book your tickets during the first three months of the year. Another way to save money on plane tickets is to book your flights on a weekday instead of on the weekend.

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