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Nashville International Airport introduces new visitor pass

Ready for a culinary journey through BNA without the jet lag? Here’s how you can dine at the airport, greet loved ones, and more with a BNA PASSport.

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Dine at Titans Press Box and more at the airport’s BNA Marketplace. | Photos via Nashville International Airport

Remember the days when you could greet family and friends at the gate, or spend time with them at the airport before departure?

Nashville International Airport now offers a program that lets you do just that and more. With a BNA PASSport, you can dine, shop, or plane watch without taking flight. The free offering for non-ticketed guests launched on July 1 and allows access to the airport beyond security. Here’s what to know:

  • Only 75 PASSports are available each day and require a minimum 24-hour notice. Visitors can register for passes seven days in advance.
  • All guests are subject to the same TSA security requirements as airline passengers.
  • Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Visit the airport’s website for more information and to apply for a pass (scroll to the end for a complete list of FAQs).

Bonus: If you need a refresher on the dozens of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, check out our airport guide.

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