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Nashville International Airport unveils its Satellite Concourse as part of BNA Vision

The soft opening of the airport’s first free-standing, eight-gate Satellite Concourse takes place on Saturday, Oct. 21.

A plane flies over a fleet of shuttle buses parked in a lot.

The shuttles, accommodating up to 69 people, will run every three minutes.

Photo via Nashville International Airport

The Nashville International Airport is anything but wingin’ it. On Saturday, Oct. 21, the airport will fly through another BNA Vision milestone with the soft opening of its first free-standing, eight-gate Satellite Concourse (Gates C4 – C11).

Passengers can access the new addition, which mostly accommodates Allegiant Air and Spirit Airlines operations, via the shuttle station from the main terminal.

The soft opening will spotlight several retail and concession options, including:

  • Distillery District Market | Tennessee spirits
  • Gulch Goods | Products by local artisans + travel essentials
  • Nashville Supply Co. | Local products via self-checkout stations

Bonus: Through the end of October, Bongo Java and Costa Coffee will serve travelers complimentary coffee.
Plus, expect additional concession offerings when the airport hosts its grand opening at a later date. Some of those businesses include: Bongo Java (local coffee), Fat Bottom Brewing Co. (local beer), and Jimmy John’s (sandwich chain).

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