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Nashville International Airport
Capital city residents and visitors have a wonderful resource for aviation services, located southeast of downtown Nashville. The Nashville International Airport has serviced the Nashville area since 1937, after smaller airports provided air travel from the 1910s through the 1930s. The airport was originally named Berry Field, in honor of Col. Harry S. Berry. The 4th Ferrying Command of the United States Army Air Force Transport Command, used the airport as its headquarters, during World War II.
The Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal features four terminals with a variety of services for commercial passengers, including ground transportation, dining, shopping, a retail and health clinic and rental car agencies. While waiting for a flight to one of the several major cities in the country, be sure to browse the art exhibits at the Arts at the Airport. Local, regional and national art is on display, in addition to live music exhibitions.
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