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Flying this holiday? Things have changed at the Nashville Airport and officials want to help you prepare – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-11-19 16:41:24 –

Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) —Nashville International Airport officials have released COVID-19 travel tips prior to the holiday season.

Travelers are required to wear masks at the airport and are encouraged to stay as socially distant as possible. Free masks are available to all travelers, not just hand sanitizers located throughout the terminal.

It is also advisable to be aware of the COVID-19 safety regulations and regulations of the designated airline before boarding the plane.

The airport’s COVID-19 safety plan can be found here.

Airport authorities also encouraged the use of the following proven air travel tips and practices to ensure that passengers can begin their journey without problems.

  • Arrive early. Please allow enough time to park and reach the gate. You may not be familiar with it, as some changes have been made to the terminal recently.
  • I know your parking options. Visit the airport website for available parking options and rates. A large number of passengers means that more people park and the parking lot and garage are crowded. Don’t forget to incorporate extra time for this.
  • Check flight status on the airline’s website or on the airport flight tracker.
  • Go to the correct terminal. The airport is divided into two terminals (north and south). Know the airline and follow the signs to the matching terminal. The additional changes are as follows:
    • Currently, there are two security checkpoints. North Security (Gate A and Gate B) and South Security (Gate C and Gate D) located at the northernmost and southern ends of the departure level. The central checkpoint has been closed.
    • Many ticket counters have moved Located at the north and south ends of the ticket lobby. Show location here: https://map.flynashville.com..
    • Level 1 Terminal Entrance / Exit (1st floor) has moved to the side of the building. The old entrance in the center of the building is closed.
    • Escalators and elevators It is just inside the level 1 entrance. Do you have a lot of bags? Take the elevator to level 3!
  • Go to the correct security checkpoint.
    • North security for A and B gates, South security for C and D gates.
    • Know your airline and the terminal it uses. Note: There is no passage through the security checkpoint between the North and South Terminals.
    • North Terminal (Gates A and B): Air Canada, Boutique Air, British Airways, Cape Air, Charter, Contour, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Sun Country, United, Viva Aerobus, WestJet
    • South Terminal (C and D Gates): Alaska, Allegiant, USA, Southwest



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