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Nashville International Airport

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KBNA
Airport
ICAO: KBNA
Summary
Name Nashville International Airport
Region North America
Territory United States US.gif
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Serving
Coordinates 36° 7' 53.30" N, 86° 40' 9.72" W
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
02C/20C 2439 m8,001.969 ft
46 m150.919 ft
CON yes/yes
02L/20R 2348 m7,703.412 ft
46 m150.919 ft
CON yes/yes
02R/20L 2438 m7,998.688 ft
46 m150.919 ft
CON yes/yes
13/31 3362 m11,030.184 ft
46 m150.919 ft
ASP yes/yes


METAR
Observation KBNA 261753Z 19008KT 10SM FEW026 BKN038 24/16 A3004 RMK AO2 SLP167 T02390156 10244 20161 58010
Station Nashville, Nashville International Airport
Date/Time 26 September 2020 17:53:00
Wind direction 190°
Wind speed 08 kts
Lowest cloud amount few clouds
Temperature 23.9°C
Dew point 15.6°C
Humidity 59%
QNH hPa
Weather condition n/a

GND
Tag(s) Jet Blast
LOS
Tag(s) Parallel Runway Operation
WX
Tag(s) Cumulonimbus

Nashville International Airport

ICAO: KBNA IATA: BNA

Berry Field

Description

Nashville International Airport is a public and military (ANG) use airport in the southeastern section of Nashville, Tennessee.

Climatology

Humid “subtropical” climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa) - characterized by hot, humid summers and cool winters. Significant amounts of precipitation occur in all seasons in most areas. Winter rainfall (and sometimes snowfall) is associated with large storms that the westerlies steer from west to east. Most summer rainfall occurs during thunderstorms and occasional tropical storms (hurricanes).

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of KBNA

  • B733, Nashville TN USA, 2015 (On 15 December 2015, a Boeing 737-300 crew inadvertently taxied their aircraft off the side of the taxiway into a ditch whilst en route to the gate after landing at Nashville in normal night visibility. Substantial damage was caused to the aircraft after collapse of the nose landing gear and some passengers sustained minor injuries during a subsequent cabin crew-initiated evacuation. The Investigation found that taxiing had continued when it became difficult to see the taxiway ahead in the presence of apron lighting glare after all centreline and edge lighting in that area had been inadvertently switched off by ATC.)