Travel to Tennessee

Flying to Tennessee

British Airways (BA) connects London with Nashville five times per week.

Major airports are: Memphis International Airport and Nashville International Airport.

Airport guides

Airport Code: MEM. Location: Memphis International Airport is located 12km (8 miles) south of central Memphis. Money: There is a bank in the covered walkway between concourses A and B. ATMs can be found in the main... Read more

Airport Code: BNA. Location: Nashville International Airport is located 13km (8 miles) southeast of Nashville. Money: ATMs, currency exchange services and bank facilities are all available at various points within the... Read more

Other airports in Tennessee

Chattanooga Airport

Airport Code: CHA. Location: Website: Public transport description: N/A

McGhee Tyson Airport

Airport Code: TYS. Location: The airport is located 7.5km (12 miles) south of central Knoxville. Website: Public transport description: Limousines and taxis are available at the airport; the Airport Express Shuttle provides connections to the city centre.

Travel by rail

Memphis and Newbern-Dyersberg, on the Chicago-New Orleans line, are the only stations on the national Amtrak rail network (tel: 1 800 872 7245; Nashville and Chattanooga have connecting Thruway bus services (operated by Greyhound) to Atlanta, which is on the New Orleans-Washington, DC-New York City route. Car hire is available at the Memphis station. The Tennessee Valley Railroad runs a 10km (6-mile) round trip from Chattanooga.

Getting to Tennessee by boat

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