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Nashville Airport Parking: Off Site and Other Parking Options

Hoping that friends or relatives will drive you to the airport is a pain; going yourself is much easier. If you use the Nashville airport, there are a few parking options both on and off-site. This works out great for getting there first thing in the morning and gives you more flexibility for cheaper

There is a Short Term Parking Garage, with two levels open to the public. The garage is right next to the terminal itself. The Short Term Parking Garage can’t admit cars taller than about eight feet. Keep this in mind!

If you need parking for a longer time, the airport provides free transportation from shuttle stops that operate continuously, stopping at the terminal and the long-term lot. The shuttles work on a schedule, starting at 3:30 a.m. and ending 45 minutes after the last flight comes in. It may take 20 minutes for the shuttle to appear, so be aware of that if you are running late.

The Nashville airport’s economy parking costs anywhere $1.50 to $8.00 per day. And you shouldn’t worry about using it because shuttles are available to take you from the parking lot to the terminal and back. They’re ready bright and early at 3:30 a.m. and stop 45 minutes after the final flight of the night lands. You might have a 20 minute wait ahead of you because of the shuttle’s route.

If you’re thinking about parking off-site, you might very well save some cash. There are four good choices:

1) On 1671 Murfreesboro Road, look for Fly Away Parking.

2) On 534 Donelson Pike, look for Flight Park.

3) On 616 Royal Parkway, look for Executive Travel.

4) Finally, on 560 Donelson Pike, look for Parking Spot.

Remember to contact the airport and make sure there aren’t any weather problems for your flight, and please, have a great trip!

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1 Comment so far

  1. Doug on September 11th, 2009

    I wasn’t sure if there was a park and fly nashville location. I have used them in other cities. One of my dreams is to spend time in various cities around the US and be able to fly around for a few months. I’m not sure if parking at lga is possible due to crowds. My friend had some bwi parking coupons but not sure when I can get down to washington. I’ve used the nashville economy parking lot and it was a good way to save some bucks.

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