Allegiant Travel Company (Allegiant Air) has announced it will relocate its Nashville International Airport’s® (BNA®) operations from Concourse B to the brand new Satellite Concourse, setting the stage for the airline’s next phase of growth at BNA.
The Las Vegas-based airline will begin operating at the C Gate Satellite Concourse Saturday, Oct. 21. Allegiant passengers will now board and deplane their aircraft in a new state-of-the-art facility designed to enhance their overall travel experience.
The move will allow the leisure travel-focused carrier to offer a more robust schedule of flights that includes opportunities for future expansion at BNA. Allegiant passengers will also be able to enjoy the amenities the new facility offers, such as expanded seating areas and dining and vendor options, while waiting for their flights.
Since beginning service in 2018, Allegiant has flown more than 1.9 million passengers through BNA.
In February 2020, Allegiant established BNA as a three-aircraft base of operations, creating 66 new high-wage jobs in the process and investing $50 million in infrastructure and equipment. Nashville, a booming city known for its rich cultural history, iconic music and world-class culinary scenes, has quickly become one of the most popular destinations in the country. Allegiant’s service has proven to be so popular that the airline added a fourth aircraft and additional crews and team members to better serve its BNA customers. Currently, the airline employs 111 team members at BNA.
Allegiant now serves 31 cities from BNA throughout the year. Of those cities, 19 routes are unique to Allegiant – meaning no other airlines offer nonstop service on those routes. In July 2023,
Allegiant announced it will add new service to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Fla., beginning November 16.
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