BNA announces direct routes to Montreal
The Nashville International Airport announced yesterday it's adding a direct route to Montreal this summer, the latest in a steady stream of new flights.
Driving the news: Air Canada will launch the first direct flights to Montreal in June. The airline ultimately plans to offer three direct flights per week.
What they're saying: Doug Kreulen, president and CEO of BNA, said officials had been working toward a Montreal flight "for quite some time."
- "Montreal is a major connection to Europe and beyond, opening up possibilities for greater international travel for Middle Tennessee," Kreulen said in a statement. "It's great timing as BNA is picking back up where we left off."
Between the lines: New flight announcements have become commonplace as the airport continues to grow its footprint with a $1.4 billion expansion project.
- Construction is underway on a 14-story airport hotel and terminal garage.
Flashback: Earlier this month, the airport touted new routes to Washington, D.C.; Rhode Island; and Connecticut.
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