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Cheap Flights to Jacksonville International

Cheap Flights to Jacksonville

Florida welcomed over 112 million tourists in 2016, and it's no wonder with its warm, sandy beaches, tropical temperatures, active nightlife, and family-friendly adventures. While most people opt to focus on the beach cities, theme park locales, or trendy keys, smart travelers recognize the potential of the largest city in the U.S. At 840 square miles, Jacksonville is more than just a great jumping off spot for trendy vacationers. In fact, its big city charm is actually part of what makes it one of Florida's emerging vacation destinations. 

Arriving at Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)

Located 21 kilometres (13 miles) north of the Jacksonville city center, Jacksonville Airport (JAX) is a single terminal building. Just over 7,911 acres of area house two external runways and three internal concourses which serve dozens of airlines including AirCanada, Delta, Jet Blue, United, Southwest, and US Airways. In 2016, JAX served almost 5,600,000 passengers and observed just shy of 100,000 aircraft movements.

JAX has all the amenities modern cosmopolitan travelers expect plus a few extras worth writing home about. Comfort Zone Spa ensures all passengers can refresh and renew right before or after their flight. Pet Paradise offers a boarding staycation for your fur friends so you can go enjoy the Sunshine State guilt-free. Art galleries, meditation rooms, and live music round out the experience to release pre- or post-flight anxiety and tension. Ground transportation options are located on the ground level of the terminal, beside the baggage claim. The best transportation options in Jacksonville include taxi, shuttle, or rideshare if you'd prefer not to drive. But if you're fine with exploring the area, several name brand rental car agencies are ready to serve your needs.

Things to Do In Jacksonville

Foodies find JAX anything but lacking with a stunning selection of kiddie fare to 5-star treasures. With the largest urban park system in the nation, Jacksonville delivers the fun to kids of all ages. Charming neighborhoods like San Marco and Five Points seem worlds away from the buzzing business center as their walkways, boutiques, and cultural wonders like Kingsley Plantation and The Cummer Museum of Art beckon to enjoyed.

Hidden in a bustling neighborhood, visitors can explore the Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens which contains 13 native ecological habitats. Of course, if beaches are still on the schedule, drive 45-80 kilometres in either direction for some of the most pristine waterways the state has to offer.

Canada-to-Jacksonville Travel Tips

As of May 2017, Northeast Florida is free of any Canadian travel advisories. June through August are the biggest tourist months while March to May (Spring) and September to November (Autumn) are often the best months to get great deals and beat the summer heat. Hurricane season is between June and November. Jacksonville is usually pretty safe on that front, but it's always best to check before planning a trip. Make sure everyone has their passport and access to U.S. currency to ensure a fun and exciting vacation.

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