Today, Nashville International Airport (BNA) announced a partnership with TransLoc to transform their flyers’ parking experience. When BNA wanted give their flyers the ability to track their parking shuttles in real-time, they put TransLoc, the industry’s best real-time tracking technology, in the hands of their customers.
Now, BNA flyers will know when their shuttle is coming because they will see it coming their way, second-by-second, via their mobile phone or computer. Try it yourself! bna.transloc.com
Check out the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority press release below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Emily Richard
December 14, 2012 (615) 275-1611
Nashville International Airport Launches Transit Tracking System
TransLoc app gives parking customers real-time updates on shuttle bus locations
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nashville International Airport (BNA) announced today that it has partnered with TransLoc to provide free, real-time tracking for all airport parking shuttle buses.
“This relatively new technology keeps us on the cutting edge of airport customer service,” Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority President/CEO Rob Wigington said. “Now, parking customers will know instantly where the nearest shuttle bus is and can track its arrival.”
BNA is the first airport in the country to use TransLoc, which serves more than 60 customers across the country, including Gap, Microsoft and five Southeastern Conference universities. Users can download the free TransLoc app for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, and screens in the shuttle pickup area outside baggage claim will also display the TransLoc system.
Media members and airport customers can see a real-time view of the system at http://bna.transloc.com.
The service, which officially launches Monday, is the latest development designed to make parking at BNA easy and economical. The airport announced earlier this year a reduced daily rate in Short Term parking, making it one of the lowest such rates among the nation’s 50 busiest airports.
“Our recent parking upgrades are all part of what we call the Nashville Airports Experience,” Wigington said. “We’re always looking to see how we can improve our customer service, add new features and make flying fun again.”
Nashville International Airport is currently served by nine airlines and offers 374 daily arriving and departing flights. Nashville International provides nonstop air service to 51 markets. Visit www.flynashville.com for more information.
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) was established in 1970, and owns and operates Nashville International Airport (BNA) and John C. Tune Airport (JWN). For more information, please visit www.flynashville.com.