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Why Fly to Jacksonville?
Too often overlooked among Florida vacation destinations, Jacksonville is a fantastic getaway spot with excellent year-round weather, active nightlife, clean beaches and unique character. Many out-of-towners who come to Jacksonville to see the NFL’s Jaguars or the annual NCAA Gator Bowl become lifelong visitors, lured back by memories of raucous nights on Jacksonville Landing and peaceful days spent soaking up some sun by the ocean. It’s easy to find cheap flights to Jacksonville and affordable hotel accommodations are available citywide, giving you even greater incentive to get to know Jacksonville for the first time or go back for your long-awaited return visit.
Which Airlines Fly to Jacksonville?
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is located just over 10 miles north of the downtown area, a trip of roughly 20 minutes by car. It is a relatively small airport served by about 10 airlines, but this list includes many major national carriers like American, Continental, Delta, United and US Airways, as well as discount airlines like AirTran, JetBlue and Southwest. Direct flights are available from multiple destinations in the Eastern United States and a few cities in the Midwest, but with the exception of flights from Las Vegas, points of departure west of the Rockies will require a connection. Cities with lots of nonstop flights to Jacksonville include Chicago, New York, Washington D.C. and Houston.
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Jacksonville Flight Tips
Find cheap flights to Jacksonville by traveling on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Often fares can drop as much as 50% when flying during the week.
Quick Travel Guide to Jacksonville
More than 20 miles of beaches line Jacksonville’s Atlantic shores, providing plenty of room for the city’s beachfront resorts, boardwalks and attractions to spread out. This results in a more natural looking coastline and less crowded beaches, allowing for more relaxing days of swimming, tanning and water sports. The wide St. Johns River runs through the center of Jacksonville and is fed into by numerous creeks, so there are also plenty of freshwater venues for boating, fishing or even wakeboarding.
Jacksonville is a golf lover’s paradise with its more than 70 courses, some of which were designed by famed course architects like Tom Fazio, Arnold Palmer and Pete Dye. The PGA’s Players Championship is held annually in nearby Ponte Vedra Beach, and the World Golf Hall of Fame is located just 35 minutes south of Downtown Jacksonville in St. Augustine. Some of the best hotels in Jacksonville are part of the city’s championship golf resorts.
Though it’s tempting to spend all your days outdoors while in Jacksonville, don’t let the sunny weather keep you away from MOCA Jacksonville, one of the largest contemporary art museums in the region, or the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, which houses several ancient art pieces inside a beautifully landscaped waterfront Tudor mansion. Other notable tourist attractions include the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, and the Museum of Science and History.