If you love your country music and have always wanted to visit music city, Bradley Airport just made it a heck of a lot easier to get there.

Bradley International Airport has just added another nonstop flight route, and this time it's to the country music capital of the world, Nashville, Tennessee.

The good news came from the Connecticut Airport Authority as they announced the start of nonstop service from Bradley to Nashville International Airport.

Brian Parrish, a spokesperson for Southwest Airlines explained all the details to wtnh.com:

In addition to offering Music City as a nonstop Southwest destination from Bradley International Airport, the new service will provide convenient, one-stop connections to over 40 other Southwest destinations currently served via Nashville International Airport. We appreciate the continued support from New England customers, and the Southwest Team is always ready to welcome Connecticut travelers with our legendary hospitality, low fares, and our Bags Fly Free offering for every customer.

The news comes just a few weeks after Jet Blue announced they would also be expanding service out of Bradley by adding four more nonstop flights to major hubs in the United States and Mexico.

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Kevin A. Dillon, the Executive Director of the Connecticut Airport Authority, told wtnh.com that he couldn't be happier.

We are very pleased to welcome the addition of this new, desirable nonstop flight to Nashville on Southwest Airlines, Nashville is a popular destination that will also offer our passengers key connectivity to major destinations across the west coast. This is a significant addition to our route network with an airline that has been an important partner at Bradley International Airport for more than 20 years. We thank Southwest for their continued vote of confidence in Bradley Airport and our market.

Look for the Southwest Airlines flights to Nashville to start in March 2021.

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