Airports in Tennessee

Tennessee state’s air traffic is focused on 2 airports – Nashville Airport and Memphis Airport. Both of them have regular international flights, along with domestic flights to bigger US cities. Major US carriers like Delta, American and United all have daily flights to these airports. As for the smaller Tennessee airports, they mostly offer regional flights, usually via Allegiant Air, American and Delta Air Lines. To help you visualize where each airport is located, we’ve included a map of airports in Tennessee at the end.

List of airports

Nashville International Airport – IATA Code – BNA (~ 18 M Passengers)

Nashville Airport is one of the medium-sized US airports, serving the city of Nashville. Distance to the city is about 10 kilometers. More than 15 airlines serve the airport, with about 500 daily departures. As for the destinations, BNA airport connects Nashville with major US cities and some European airports. Moreover, Southwest Airlines is the airline with most passengers at the airport. 

Memphis International Airport – IATA Code – MEM (~ 4.5 M Passengers)

Memphis Airport is an international airport serving Memphis and the entire Shelby County. Airport is located 11 km southeast of the city, and it serves mostly domestic routes. Airport has one terminal serving about 5 M passengers, mostly by Delta and Southwest Airlines. As for the transport options, there is MATA public transport, shuttles, taxis and cabs.

McGhee Tyson Airport – IATA Code – TYS

  • Nearby city(s): Knoxville (17 km)
  • Airline(s): Allegiant Air, Delta, Frontier

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport – IATA Code – CHA

  • Also Called: Lovell Field
  • Nearby city(s): Chattanooga (8 km)
  • Airline(s): Allegiant Air, American, Delta

Tri-Cities Regional Airport – IATA Code – TRI

  • Nearby city(s): Kingsport (20 km), Bristol (25 km), Johnson City (25 km)
  • Airline(s): Allegiant Air, American, Delta

McKellar–Sipes Regional Airport – IATA Code – MKL

  • Nearby city(s): Jackson (10 km)
  • Airline(s): Air Choice One

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