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Update. Not my picture.
Come from on Instagram. 
Today 2nd British Airways Boeing 787-10  G-ZBLB arrived to London from Charleston.  
10 more to go. :whistling:

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14 hours ago, Sean blackdog said:

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.

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3 hours ago, Sean blackdog said:

Today this morning from Facebook Sky5 & BNA. :whistling:

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Sean do you mind posting this stuff in the ‘Nashville International Airport’ topic instead of the Airlines and Destinations topic. It would make more sense there.

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50 minutes ago, Binbin98 said:

Sean do you mind posting this stuff in the ‘Nashville International Airport’ topic instead of the Airlines and Destinations topic. It would make more sense there.

This is a good place for these pics of jets.  The International Airport thread is for actual development of the terminal, etc.

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1 hour ago, Binbin98 said:

Sean do you mind posting this stuff in the ‘Nashville International Airport’ topic instead of the Airlines and Destinations topic. It would make more sense there.

Oh k. Next time. :good:

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Boutique Air will restart its air service twice a day from Nashville to Tupelo, MS and back on Aug. 23.  It had been discontinued in April of 2019.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/transportation/aviation/article/21142958/air-service-to-muscle-shoals-to-resume

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Update 

Southwest nonstop flight from San Juan to BNA next year March 13, 2021. Because of COVID-19.   
Interested travelers can buy tickets for as low as,  $201 one-way between Nashville and San Juan, according to Southwest’s website. 
While none of the new routes will return Southwest’s schedules to pre-COVID-19 levels, they will make it just a little bit easier to travel around the country. https://thepointsguy.com/news/southwest-airlines-adds-new-winter-routes-expanding-denver-nashville-bases/amp/

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https://onemileatatime.com/american-airlines-warm-weather-winter-routes/

AA will launch 4x weekly service that has been long-awaited to Phoenix-Sky Harbor (PHX) starting 4NOV and ending, as of now, 4APR of next year. 

There is a chance that BNA will be one of the few that has service to all 10 AA hubs come late winter or spring, whenever LAX is brought back after fall suspension due to lack of travel to/from BNA.

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I look up from Flightradar 24. I think United Airlines flight between SFO to BNA and Delta Airline between Seattle to BNA both suspension due COVID-19. Right? :dontknow:

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I find it really interesting that even at the peak of travel pre-COVID  BNA didn’t have direct access to PHX on AA.  However, now that we are 40% normal (or whatever the actual number may be) we suddenly get access to it. 
 

It may be an indication that airlines are going to rethink everything and start from scratch as opposed to just replacing the routes that have been lost. I view this as a good thing for BNA and Nashville since faster growing places will probably benefit from a ground up rebuild. 
 

Southwest may be the one driving this the most at BNA. For example, they already announced SJU’s return despite them announcing it for the first time immediately prior to COVID. 

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American Airlines will begin offering non-stop service between Nashville and Phoenix starting Nov. 4th. The new flights will be offered four times a week, once per day Thursdays through Sundays.

Southwest Airlines is the only other airline that flies from BNA to Phoenix nonstop.

More at the Nashville Post here:
 

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/transportation/aviation/article/21143137/american-to-connect-phoenix-bna-with-nonstop-flight

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On 8/31/2020 at 4:59 PM, Hey_Hey said:

I find it really interesting that even at the peak of travel pre-COVID  BNA didn’t have direct access to PHX on AA.  However, now that we are 40% normal (or whatever the actual number may be) we suddenly get access to it. 
 

It may be an indication that airlines are going to rethink everything and start from scratch as opposed to just replacing the routes that have been lost. I view this as a good thing for BNA and Nashville since faster growing places will probably benefit from a ground up rebuild. 
 

Southwest may be the one driving this the most at BNA. For example, they already announced SJU’s return despite them announcing it for the first time immediately prior to COVID. 

American is adding a lot of leisure routes this winter, specifically to Phoenix and then multiple P2P from the Midwest to Cancun.

Plus, with the suspension of LAX for a few months, it basically just reallocates in a sense. Not that that matters anymore with the ramp handling American flights is now mainline versus Envoy, which was why we didn't have more mainline service. If it weren't for COVID, we'd likely to have seen further upgauging, particularly to ORD & LGA.

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Last August 5, 2020. 

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/292917/british-airways-north-america-w20-service-reductions-as-of-2000gmt-05aug20/

* London Heathrow – Nashville Reduce from 5 to 4 weekly, 787-8 operating 

I don’t know when BA return to BNA, maybe  start October or during winter 2020/2021. :ermm:

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15 hours ago, Sean blackdog said:


Last August 5, 2020. 

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/292917/british-airways-north-america-w20-service-reductions-as-of-2000gmt-05aug20/

* London Heathrow – Nashville Reduce from 5 to 4 weekly, 787-8 operating 

I don’t know when BA return to BNA, maybe  start October or during winter 2020/2021. :ermm:

October flights are now bookable and would have to be refunded if cancelled. BNA is, obviously, in talks with BA about restarting the flight. There is still $579k available from the original incentive package, that expires in May 2021. The city and state are expected to add an additional $250k to that incentive package. BA serves 20 USA destinations, and all of those destinations are now 'competing' to restart their BA flights first because there is currently not enough demand to restart all 20. One possible issue is that the commercial kitchen is 'all but mothballed' and may permanently close; thus, a different vendor would be needed to secure food service for the BA return flights

Also, BNA has currently waived the $5 per person international inspection fee, to help restart all international flights. There are currently no international flights from BNA

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British Airways will be unable to resume passenger service to BNA, along with most other US destinations, until America gets COVID-19 under much better control.  American passports remain basically worthless because foreign countries require extensive quarantine rules for travelers from the USA. The few international flights operating right now are mostly only from the very largest airports.  Even many of those flights go out with very few passengers, however some carry decent loads of cargo.   I would guess that BA will return to BNA next spring/summer at the earliest. 

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Today this afternoon from Facebook BNA. 
NEW: Boutique Air now offers nonstop flights from Nashville to Greenville, Mississippi. Flying six times a week! (Every day but Saturday.) The Delta is calling... > BOOK NOW: boutiqueair.com #FlyNashville

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GM. Don’t forget about tmw, other airline and fleet will be Delta Airlines Airbus a330-300 for Tennessee Titans ⚔️
Land @ BNA  from ATL @ 12:45pm  
Takeoff to Denver @ 4:10pm

LET’S GO TITANUP!!! 

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