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About NashRugger

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    rugby, meteorology, urban planning/design, & landscaping

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  1. Just a critique, next time just post a small snippet of the article instead of the entire thing.
  2. With the currents issues between players and owners, I’m not sure it would be wise to expand. Overall, many markets are down in attendance, and then of course that huge Astros scandal has put a nasty mark on the game. Also, Nashville does not really need this. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Until it's confirmed, take the list with a grain of salt. Their alleged business model has always been a 1-3 hubs and then fly to lesser airports in metro areas, or ones not served by a middle of the road carrier that is a mix between legacy and low-cost. We'll see if it actually happens as planned given that the pandemic and subsequent economic burn has really crushed air travel domestically & globally. Also, there is literally ZERO space at BNA right now.
  4. That area of Murfreesboro is the next to explode given a lot of open land and relative convenience to I-24 via I-840.
  5. Potentially, but all flights were to either Heathrow or Gatwick. The UK is no longer part of the European Union as of 31JAN2020. There are still multiple flights per day from some airports, such as DFW, LAX, & IAH, to name a few.
  6. Unsurprisingly, British Airways has axed an August return to BNA, along with multiple other US cities not considered gateways. They're still committed to returning to BNA. These include the following: Austin (AUS), Baltimore-Washington (BWI), Las Vegas-McCarran (LAS), Louis Armstrong New Orleans (MSY), Pittsburgh (PIT), San Diego (SAN), & San Jose (SJC).
  7. Well, they didn't have much of an option. I flew back in from STL on Memorial Day and there was just barely more than 500 spaces available.
  8. Looks like starting July 6th, United at BNA goes back to regular schedule. I've seen the same for STL as well, so it's probably a good sign across the board.
  9. Here's a great compilation of angles from the big guys themselves, CDI. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ-vF0rdV9Q
  10. And that's a reason why I have zero interest flying into that airport. Every person I know that goes in/out of there describe it as pretty rough.
  11. Southwest is adding nonstop to (SNA)John Wayne Airport (Orange County, CA) starting November 2nd.
  12. There is that proposal at One East College includes what I believe is a 12-floor residential building amongst the other buildings for the site. If it goes well, I'd expect more residential and retail development downtown.
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