El aeropuerto de aviación general más grande de Nashville, John C. Aeropuerto de Tune, trae millones cada año. Este popular centro de viajes es esencial para el crecimiento de los negocios en Tennessee y sus alrededores.. Sigue leyendo para obtener más información sobre el impacto económico de JWN.
John C. Aeropuerto de Tune (JWN) vi un casi 15% increase in overall economic impact from 2018 a 2019, contributing more than $40 million in total economic impact in 2019, according to an economic impact study commissioned by the Nashville Metropolitan Airport Authority. This number reflects both business revenue ($30.6 millón) and re-spending/consumption impact ($9.5 millón).
“John C. Tune Airport is a vital asset to area businesses, including the vast and continuously growing entertainment industry,” said Michelle Frazier, director of aeronautics at the Tennessee Department of Transportation. “The airport is a critical transportation link for the local and regional economy, as well as a key contributor to state and local tax funds.”
JWN is the largest general aviation airport serving downtown Nashville. Mas que 86,000 aircraft operations occurred in 2019, which supported 353 puestos de trabajo (on-site and visitors industry) Resultando en $21.1 million in direct, induced and indirect personal income. Acerca de $2 million in state, local and federal aviation-specific taxes are generated by the airport’s activity.
“This economic impact study proves how significant John C. Tune Airport is to businesses and the economy as a whole in the Nashville area and the Middle Tennessee region,” said NBAA Southeast Regional Representative Greg Voos. “NBAA commends the Nashville Metropolitan Airport Authority for its efforts to quantify and demonstrate to the public, state legislators and other leaders the economic impact of general aviation to a region.”
John C. Tune Airport was struck by an EF-2 tornado in March of this year, Resultando en $93 million in infrastructure damages, not including damage to aircraft or other personal property, but reopened just two and a half weeks later.
The economic impact study also considered the impact of Nashville International Airport (BNA), which provides over 76,000 jobs and total economic impact of more than $8 billón. General aviation is well-represented at BNA, with transient general aviation operations accounting for over 15% of the operations at BNA.