Nashville International Airport (BNA) announced Southwest Airlines will begin daily nonstop service to San Jose, Calif., Burbank, Calif., and weekly Sunday service to Omaha, Neb. Service to the three new destinations at BNA begins June 9, 2019.
“Today’s announcement by Southwest Airlines of service to San Jose, Hollywood Burbank and Omaha adds three new destinations for our airport and expands the options available to our passengers,” said Doug Kreulen, Nashville International Airport president and CEO. “With more than 120 daily departures, Southwest is our largest carrier, a long-time business partner and an authentic part of the Nashville community. We appreciate their more than 30 years of support.”
Additionally, beginning June 10, 2019, Southwest will increase nonstop service with additional flights from BNA to the following destinations:
Boston (4x daily)
Detroit (3x daily)
Las Vegas (4x daily)
Minneapolis (2x daily)
San Diego (3x daily)
St. Louis (4x daily)
“These new flights are a result of the demand we’re seeing from customers as they ask for more options to the places that matter most in their lives,” said Andrew Watterson, Southwest Airlines executive vice president and chief revenue officer. “As Nashville’s economy thrives, we want to do what we can to be the region’s top choice for air travel, providing that service with a smile and the heart that can only be found at Southwest Airlines.”
BNA is currently served by 15 airlines and offers 460 daily flights. Nashville International Airport provides nonstop air service to more than 65 destinations.