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LA_TN last won the day on August 31 2020

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  1. That is correct. This is the most likely configuration for the new Concourse A. There will be 2 gates at the end of Concourse A that will be capable of handling widebody planes...like an A330...like Hawaiian Airlines uses This what the terminal and ramp areas will likely look like after BNA Vision 2.0 is complete
  2. The first step towards the new Concourse A begins. This is a BNA Vision 2.0 project that will fill a 95 foot depression to allow room for planes to maneuver around the new concourse. This will add 27 acres of ramp space https://flynashville.com/news/massive-earthwork-project-set-to-begin-at-nashville-international-airport
  3. NEWS: @flairairlines is coming to BNA® next April with nonstop service to #Edmonton and #Toronto! More international service, 2 fantastic Canadian destinations and a brand new airline partner? April 2022 is looking pretty good. #FlyNashville https://flynashville.com/news/nashville-international-airport-announces-addition-of-flair-airlines-and-new-international-nonstop-service-to-edmonton-and-toronto Edmonton is a first-ever route for Nashville International Airport. Flair’s Toronto flight adds to existing nonstop service from Nashville to Ontario. Other Canadian air service at BNA includes Calgary, courtesy of another carrier. Flair is Canada’s only independent ultra low-cost carrier (ULCC) and brings Nashville International Airport’s total number of airline partners to 17.
  4. Steel actually went DOWN last week - believe it, or not
  5. Great place to see prickly pear cactus! If Long Hunter is considered overlooked, then the Couchville Cedar Glade is the hidden pearl! Lots of Lake overlooks on the Volunteer Trail
  6. Not handy, but I have pictures somewhere! The interesting thing was noticing power lines in mid-town areas that were clearly built more recently, say after 1970, that clearly had no bedrock issues (an expense we always hear about in Nashville) Not saying I would ever want to live there personally, but I agree with you that it appears to be a high quality city
  7. I highly recommend visiting Toronto. Each city is unique and Toronto has overhead power lines - just like Nashville! But it is interesting to see 3am traffic jams on a 14 lane interstate. High rise clusters in the suburbs. A good bus system + mass transit. There are a lot of square boxes, but there is some amazing architecture. Historical areas preserved. Wrap your head around the concept of Don Valley and why it is undeveloped. And definitely go window shopping downtown, Hudson Bay!
  8. Ok everyone, sadly, I knew this would be a political firestorm. I am only hoping this is technology jobs for Nashville Let's please get back on track Thanks!
  9. Congrats, you were lucky, coming from there. Many flights canceled and some folks got no rebook with only ticket price refunded. Left them stranded with zero options. Bad weekend for a big airline during Fall Break for many people. It will be interesting to see if this hurts them down the road. They definitely hurt a lot of people the last few days
  10. Well, this conversation went as expected, lol, anyway, plenty of news articles about it now. I originally saw the NPR tweet and did a post and run, but here is the story: https://wpln.org/post/far-right-friendly-social-media-website-parler-will-move-its-headquarters-to-nashville/
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