NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Almost a year after the pandemic dropped air travel to record levels, Nashville International Airport says it is ready to go back to business.
Even though the flights are at an all time high, BNA is ready to welcome its largest crowd ever.
“We were down 96% in April. This has a profound impact on airport revenues, ”said Tom Jurkovich, vice president of communications at BNA. “It’s based on passengers, concessions, car rentals, parking. We do not receive any money from local taxpayers, so this has a profound impact on our income. “
The BNA was forced to cut budgets and freeze recruitments. Local businesses and airport musicians felt the pain…
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