Are you ready to go? A new nonstop Nashville flight is now available for purchase.

Are you ready to go? A new nonstop Nashville Airport is now available for purchase.

At Nashville International Airport, the most recent service to be made available by Avelo Airlines is an option for low-cost, direct flights to Wilmington, Delaware. is now offering an initial special where customers may purchase one-way tickets for $39 from BNA to Wilmington International Airport (ILG). The first day of service is on June 22, and flights are only going to be offered on Thursdays and Sundays.

The Boeing Next-Generation 737 model of aircraft, which can seat 189 passengers, will be used to transport passengers along the route. Avelo began operations just two years ago and has since expanded to fly to 43 locations across 24 states.

The Chief Executive Officer of Avelo Airlines, Andrew Levy, made the following remark in a written statement: “This new route to the Wilmington/Philadelphia area demonstrates our ongoing commitment to bringing Avelo’s low fares, industry-leading reliability, and caring service to travellers in the Nashville area.”

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Beginning the next month, WestJet will operate brand new direct international flights between the cities of Nashville and Vancouver. BNA will offer nonstop service to all five major cities in Canada, including Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, and Montreal.

Monday and Friday are the days of the week when you can fly to Vancouver during the summer and autumn.

“International travel is a major priority for us at BNA, and we are delighted to bring in another nonstop worldwide flight to meet the growing needs of our passengers,” said Doug Kreulen, the chief executive officer of Nashville International Airport. “We are absolutely thrilled to usher in another international flight to meet the growing needs of our passengers,” “We’ve been working on adding Vancouver for some time, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see that our passengers will now have easy access to all five of Canada’s largest cities.”