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Nashville Airport Provides Holiday Travel Tips

NASHVILLE, of the main issue Ray Ban Outlet s during holiday travel season is parking. BNA has more than 11,250 available parking spaces in four lots. An additional Remote Holiday Parking Lot will be available if needed.To accommodate the holiday traffic, the Overflow Parking Lot is scheduled to open on Monday, Dec. Parking rates are as follows: Short term: $20/day; Long term: $8/day; Economy: $6/day; Overflow: $6/day; and Valet: $18/day. daily and lasts one hour past last arrival. on Friday, Dec. 21, to assist passengers with loading and unloading of their luggage.BNA also offered these following tips to enhance your holiday travel experience:Arrive early: Due to the heavy volume of anticipated passenger traffic, BNA said they urge all travelers to arrive inside the terminal at least two hours before their flight. This time will allow you to check in with your airline, go through security and arrive at your designated gate. Call your airline in advance to obtain the status of your flight and their recommended check in time. If you don have access to a computer, tune into 1610 AM for more information. Consider using a kiosk for check in. Don leave vehicles unattended: Curbside access is for vehicles that are actively dropping off or picking up passengers. Nashville International Airport offers a free cell phone/waiting area at the north end of the Long term Parking Lot, and passengers can be picked up on the baggage claim level by vehicles utilizing the 10 minute waiting area. Vehicles left unattended within 300 feet of the terminal building will be tickets and towed. Also, 30 minutes of free parking is available in the Short term Parking Lot. Adhere to the 3 1 1 rule: Liquids, Aerosols Gels for Carry On: 3 oz. (travel sized) liquids/gels; 1 quart sized, clear, plastic, zip top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed separate from carry on in screening bin. The one quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. The 3 oz. (travel sized) container is a security measure. Consolidating the bottles into one bag and X raying separately reduces clutter in the carry on and expedites screening. Place liquids in checked baggage when you can. Prescription medications, baby formula and milk are allowed in quantities exceeding three ounces and are not required to be in the zip top bag. Declare these items for inspection at the checkpoint. Know what you can carry with you: Don forget your boarding pass and government issued photo Ray Ban Outlet ID. The site includes a detailed list of what you can and cannot take on a plane. Note this new change to carry on guidelines: IF YOU CARRY REMOTE CONTROLLED TOYS, YOU WILL BE SUBJECT TO SECONDARY SCREENING AT THE CHECKPOINT. Pack carry on baggage neatly. Eliminate clutter so security screeners can get a clear look at your bag contents through the X ray without having to open your bags. Do Ray Ban Outlet n leave luggage unattended. Don travel with wrapped holiday gifts: Do not carry wrapped gifts in your carry on baggage. You may be asked to unwrap gifts in order to pass through security checkpoints. Carry your film with you: Put all undeveloped film and cameras with film in your carry on baggage. Checked baggage screening equipment will damage undeveloped film. Keep pets in their travel case when inside the terminal: This does not apply to service animals. Tips for entering security screening:Remove your shoes, coats and jackets: Shoes and outer coats, including trench coats, ski jackets, leather jackets, overcoats and parkas must go through the X ray machine for inspection. Have your boarding pass and photo ID in hand. Children under the age of 18 do not require an ID. Put all liquids in one quart bags out of your luggage and place them in a plastic bin. Avoid wearing clothing, jewelry or other accessories that contain metal. Place metal items in your carry on. Avoid placing metal items such Ray Ban Outlet as keys, pagers, loose change, money clips, PDAs, large metal belt buckles, metal hair decorations and mobile phones in your pockets. Be mindful of electronic equipment: If you will be traveling with these items, please separate them from your other items prior to entering the screening checkpoint. This will allow for easy retrieval as you exit. If you are traveling with a laptop, camera and/or video camera, remove them from their cases and place them in the TSA provided plastic bins Note that the terminal is going through a renovation process: Construction inside the terminal will not impact your travel throughout the holidays. Once through passenger security, passengers may notice temporary dust walls segregating construction and public areas, scaffolding for skylight construction, and temporary signage to help guide you through the terminal. You may occasionally see small construction activity occurring in the corridors of the concourses and areas of concrete flooring without carpet covering. Please watch your step and be careful when encountering such areas. Travelers with ChildrenAllow extra time when traveling with children: Please allow extra time for check in and security checkpoint. Every person must be screened: Even babies must be individually screened. If your child can walk unassisted, it would be best to have the child walk through the metal detector independently. Strollers must be examined: All child related equipment must go through the X ray machine or be inspected by a security officer. Arrange for an escort: If a child is traveling alone, at least one parent or relative may receive a pass from the airline to escort the child to the boarding gate. Call your airline ahead of time to make special arrangements. If you require a companion or assistant to accompany you through the security checkpoint to reach your gate, speak with your airline representative about obtaining a gate pass for your companion before entering the security checkpoint. Travelers with Special NeedsMake arrangements in advance: Provide advance notice to your airline or travel agent if you require assistance, have special needs or have medical concerns. Simplify the process: If you have a medical implant or other device that is likely to set off the alarm on the metal detector, bring evidence verifying this condition. You may request a private screening. Braille note takers, slate and stylus) dog guides, service dogs, hearing dogs and diabetes related equipment and supplies. 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