Take these flights to America’s music city, Nashville, Tennessee, and sway to the tune of country music. The city’s main gateway is Nashville International Airport, southeast of the city.
Fly from London to Nashville via Continental Airlines. Flights leave from London Heathrow Airport, stop over at the airline’s hub in Texas, and then continue on to Nashville. Continental Airlines’ international economy flights feature 31- and 32-inch seat pitch, overhead television screens, and free meals, snack, and non-alcoholic drinks. Other cabins include seatback monitors with audio/video-on-demand and power ports. OnePass, the airline’s frequent flyer program, offers rewards such as free tickets and first class upgrades.
US Airways offers direct Nashville flights from London Gatwick. Fly on economy class and enjoy movies, games, and television shows in multiple languages on a personal video screen. Overhead monitors and EmPower, an electric port, are also available in some aircrafts.
United Airlines, a major US airline, is another carrier offering flights to Nashville from London, with a stopover at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. Economy flights have 31-inch seat pitch, adjustable headrests, and personal seatback LCD screens. Free meals, non-alcoholic beverages, full meals, and cocktails are served during the flight. Other airlines offering flights to Nashville from London are Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and British Airways.
From Manchester, take Nashville flights on British Airways, UK’s flag carrier. The airline’s economy flights, coined as World Traveller and World Traveller Plus, offer 31- and 38-seat pitch and in-seat laptop power. Delta Airlines and American Airlines also cross the skies from Manchester to Nashville.
Other airlines offering Nashville flights from UK cities are KLM, Air France, and Southwest Airlines.