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Flights to Nashville in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inAprilHigh demand for flights, 12% potential price rise
Cheapest inJanuaryBest time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop
Average price$213Average for round-trip flights in August 2022
Round-trip from$46From New York to Nashville Intl
One-way from$18One-way flight from New York to Nashville Intl (BNA)

Cheap flights to Nashville in August, September 2022

The best prices found for BNA flights for August, September
Aug 29 - Aug 31
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$44

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/11/22

Aug 29 - Aug 31
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$46

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/9/22

Aug 29 - Aug 31
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$47

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/10/22

Nashville 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Nashville found for this year
Aug 29 - Aug 31
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$44

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/11/22

Aug 29 - Aug 31
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$46

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/9/22

Oct 12 - Oct 15
EWR

Newark

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 14m
BNA

Nashville Intl

EWR

Newark

Nonstop

2h 11m
$46

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

Last minute flights to Nashville

Late deals on round-trip flights to Nashville, departing today and this week
Aug 21 - Oct 13
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 22m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 10m
$68

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

Aug 21 - Oct 13
EWR

Newark

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 21m
BNA

Nashville Intl

EWR

Newark

Nonstop

2h 10m
$71

Spirit Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

Aug 21 - Aug 25
LGA

New York LaGuardia

BNA

Nashville Intl

Nonstop

2h 40m
BNA

Nashville Intl

LGA

New York LaGuardia

Nonstop

2h 19m
$74

Multiple Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/9/22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Nashville?

The cheapest ticket to Nashville found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

$177

February

$187

March

$259

April

$316

May

$295

June

$353

July

$318

August

$236

September

$245

October

$204

November

$217

December

$194

January is currently the cheapest month to fly to Nashville. At this moment in time June is the most expensive month. These prices are determined by multiple factors and booking in advance can help keep costs down if your schedule is not as flexible.

When is the best time to fly to Nashville?

Average Nashville flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

NYC - BNA

Price

$177 - $377

BNA

Temperature

37.4 - 78.8 °F

BNA

Rainfall

2.8 - 5 inches

Peak Season:

The best time to take flights to Nashville is late spring, through summer, to early autumn (April to October). During this period temperatures start at 70 degrees, rising to 90 degrees in July and back down to 70 in October, however, weather conditions can vary so it’s best to pack for all eventualities. The summer months are the height of the peak season and are packed full of travelers. From June through September, the streets are full, the hotels are booked and the city is in full swing. This means that flights to Nashville and hotel accommodations for summer travel need to be booked in advance or you’re likely to pay higher prices.

Off Season:

Winter (November to March) is low tourist season in Nashville, when the cold creeps in and the city stays indoors. If you don’t mind the chilly weather, with temperatures on average around 21 degrees to 40 degrees, it’s possible to find cheap flights to Nashville and good hotel rates during these months. Do keep in mind prices may see a slight increase over the holiday period.

When is the best time to book a flight to Nashville?

Book your flight to Nashville about one to four months ahead of your trip to find the best prices and choices. If you end up having to book one or two weeks out, you can still find good deals. Don’t go in the opposite direction on your timeline though; you have nothing to gain by booking more than four months ahead.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Nashville?

Tuesday is currently, on average, the cheapest day to fly to Nashville. Flying on Thursday will result in higher flight prices.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Nashville?

At the moment, flights in the evening are likely to offer the best value for money for your Nashville trip. A flight at noon will more often than not be of higher cost.

Nashville Travel Guide

No matter what the reason is for a holiday in Tennessee’s capital city, travelers who visit will leave whistling the tunes of mountain music. Home to the Grand Ole Opry and the birthplace of gospel music, the city continues to croon country sounds from the top of the charts. Whether you’re heading to Nashville for a tour of Music City USA, or you’re an aspiring country artist hoping to get a break in the town that’s been the birthplace of many legends, a flight to Nashville can be a ticket to the big time.

There is also plenty to do in Nashville away from the banjo. The city is populated with museums, major-league sports teams, fine dining, and a hot clubbing scene. If all the entertainment is too much, rest and relax in one of the city’s open parks.

What’s the weather like in Nashville?

Nashville has a moderate climate without major extremes of temperature characterizing its distinct seasons. An ample annual rainfall keeps things green and clean, but there are enough sunny days in between to keep everyone happy. Summers can be very humid, which can cause discomfort even if temperatures do not hit major highs.

How long is the flight to Nashville?

If you’re flying in from Los Angeles to Nashville, count on about 3.5 hours for a nonstop flight. From New York, you’ll be in Nashville in just under two hours. Don’t forget to compensate for the time change if you’re crossing into the Central Time Zone, where Nashville is located.

Which airlines fly to Nashville?

Southwest Airlines, Delta and American Airlines are among the most popular major carriers flying to Nashville, but you have plenty of choices to connect you from all over the country. Look for flights on Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, Frontier Airlines and United to find just the right time and connection.

What should you pack for a flight to Nashville?

Pull out your blue jeans and cowboy boots for your trip to Nashville, the country music capital of the world. Evening weather can be chilly, even in the summer, so bring a light jacket, and upgrade that to a heavy coat during the winter, when you might even meet up with some snow. Shoes you can walk in are a must, since downtown Nashville is a bit hilly. Some of the nicer restaurants and clubs in Nashville don’t admit you in jeans, so bring a slightly dressier outfit for your evening fun.

Getting to and around the city of Nashville

Nashville International Airport (BNA) offers a range of ground transportation options. You can get to the city by catching a bus, a shuttle, airport express, limousine, taxi or by renting a car and driving yourself.

Between the buses and trolleys running through the streets of Nashville, you won’t have trouble getting around without a car. Buses run by the Metropolitan Transit Authority rumble over the streets from early morning to midnight every day. The Music Valley Express will take you to Opryland from the city center. There is a free trolley route that runs on a loop through the city between Second Broadway and Sixth Avenue. A two-hour tour will take you around the city’s main attractions. There are also several taxi and car rental companies working in the city, but you really only need a car if you’re getting out of town.

What are some things to do in Nashville?

Everywhere you go in Nashville, you’re surrounded by amazing music, so go with the flow. You could be hearing the next big star playing at any dive bar, but check out the prime venues — the Bluebird Cafe, the Station Inn, Ryman Auditorium and the like — to find the best in country music. As one of the top music recording venues in the country, it’s not surprising that Nashville also hosts some of the best record stores in the country. Head to Grimey’s New and Pre-loved Music, The Groove, The Great Escape, or Jack White’s record store, Third Man Records, to pick up some rarities to take home.

Paired with the amazing entertainment here in Music City is some of the country’s best barbecue. You’ll find amazing choices all over the city, but Edley’s , Martins BBQ Joint or Pig Leg Porker stand out as the best. Sunday brunch is a huge event in Nashville, with most folks heading to this weekly treat after spending the morning in one of the city’s 700 churches, all of which feature outstanding music. Check out the Pancake Pantry for Sunday morning bliss, but don’t be surprised if there’s a line.

When locals in Nashville aren’t making music, they’re following sports. During the fall, head to a Tennessee Titans game, or watch the Sunday game at Brewhouse Midtown, where the house drink is a Kahlua and rum concoction that goes down smooth. You can also tap into Nashville’s rich history when you visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, or head to the Belle Meade plantation, now turned into a museum, to understand pre-Civil War life here.

Tips for your stay in Nashville

  • Don’t leave Nashville without a bit of religion…cowboy style. Take in a Sunday morning church service at the Cowboy Church at the Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville.
  • Venture about an hour outside of the city and stop off at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and Family Campground. Tour the plantation home and the new Coal Miner’s Daughter Museumboth of which are located on the 3,500-acre farm.
  • You can’t visit Nashville without taking in a little bit of country music. Start at the legendary Gruhn Guitars shop, the most famous guitar shop in Nashville.
  • For you live music lovers, you can’t miss out on Broadway. Lined with bars both sides of the street for a few blocks you can find many up an coming artists trying to make it. All are incredible performers. Tootsie’s , The Stage and Legend’s Corners to name just a few are must visits.

Finding Flights from Nashville

You can fly nonstop from Nashville to almost every major airport in the country, including New York, Las Vegas, Miami, Dallas and Boston. Nashville also serves as a jumping-off point for international destinations, including vacation spots in the Caribbean and Mexico.

Getting to Nashville International Airport is especially easy if you’re staying at one of the many hotels or motels that offers a free airport shuttle. If you have to make your own arrangements, the city bus system can get you there. Taxis are readily available by phone, and Nashville also offers a wide range of limousine services that get you to the airport privately and smoothly. Many visitors to Nashville like to rent cars to help them get around the sprawling city; add an extra half hour to your travel time to return your rental car before you check in for your flight.

Nashville, TN airport overview

Nashville International Airport is a joint civil-military airport located 8 miles (13 km) south-east of Nashville. Having recently undergone a five-year renovation plan, the vastly improved airport building now comprises an enormous passenger terminal with 47 gates and four concourses.

A mid-sized airport offering warm service and adequate shopping and dining options, with a strong emphasis on honoring and promoting the state’s rich musical heritage, Nashville International serves as a pleasant gateway to the greater Tennessee region. Like all airports, queues can sometimes be lengthy (especially during holidays); however, operations are generally smooth and staff efficient.   

What airport do you fly into for flights to Nashville?

Nashville Intl (BNA), located 6.0 mi from the city center, is the airport you fly into when you book flights to Nashville. On average, Nashville Intl has 53 flights from New York per day from 11 airlines.

How popular are flights to Nashville Intl (BNA) this year?

Nashville has seen a 45% increase in demand for flights to the city compared to last year.

Other local departures to Nashville from the United States