Find Cheap Flights from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Jacksonville (JAX)

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Fort Lauderdale to Jacksonville Route Information

Travel Distance:319 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:5
Avg. Flight Duration:08.35 Hours

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Airports in Fort Lauderdale

The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport serves the city of Fort Lauderdale. Situated in the Broward County, Florida, U.S.A., the airport lies nearly 5 kilometers away from the city's center. It is owned by Broward County and is operated by Broward County Aviation Department. The airport is a hub for Silver Airways, Spirit Airlines, IBC Airways, and Tropic Ocean Airways. It also serves focus city for Allegiant Air, JetBlue Airways, Norwegian Long Haul, and Southwest Airlines. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. These include Atlanta, Baltimore, Newark, San Juan, Toronto, Montreal, Nassau, Port-au-Prince, San Jose, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using courtesy shuttles, rental cars, shared rides, taxi cabs, hotel shuttles, and public transportation.

Explore Jacksonville

Jacksonville is a city in the U.S. State of Florida. It is the most populated city in the State. It is situated on the banks of the River St. Jones and is approximately 40 kilometers away from Georgia. Situated within an hour's drive from the city's center are famous shoreside towns of Atlantic Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach and Amelia Island. The city is a great vacation destination for entertainment & leisure travelers-especially families. The Jacksonville Zoo, The Cummer, MOCA, and Riverside Arts Market, are some of the top attractions of the city. In this "river city", life of the residents revolves around the St. Johns River which runs right through town and the ocean to the east of town.

Things to Do in Jacksonville

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens makes an excellent addition to the historic Brooklyn neighborhood, sitting just southwest of downtown Jacksonville. Established in 1958, this beautiful art museum has made a mission out of art education and community enhancement. In addition to housing impressive exhibits, The Cummer offers seminars and lecture series while working with Duval County Schools on additional programs for kids. But back to the art: This museum houses more than 5,000works from various artists, including Camille Pissarro and Norman Rockwell. And while you are here, make some time for a stroll through the gardens, which feature fountains, reflecting pools and a canopy created by towering old oak trees.

Museum of Contemporary Art

Art aficionados won’t want to miss the chance to visit MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art, in downtown Jacksonville. This facility showcases nearly 1,000 individual works from artists like Alex Katz, Robert Longo and Philip Pearlstein. The museum’s vast galleries house everything from paintings to sculpture to photography, while temporary exhibition space hosts touring works that explore artistic

styles. For many museum-lovers, it is MOCA’s special events that are the main draw. The museum sponsors a variety of educational programs like guest lectures and youth activities.

Kingsley Plantation

Set in Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve - one of the last bits of unspoiled wetlands along the Atlantic Coast - Kingsley Plantation is the former home of Zephaniah Kingsley. His story is slightly different than those of other plantation owners: He moved to the area in 1814 with his wife and three children, only his wife, Anna, was a former slave hailing from Senegal. Anna helped manage a workforce of roughly 60 slaves, who helped the Kingsleys produce cotton, citrus fruit, sugar cane and corn. Over the course of his lifetime, Zephaniah Kingsley managed to expand his plantation empire to include more than 32,000 acres (across four plantation complexes) and more than 200 slave workers. However, Anna worked hard as an advocate for the end of slavery, even on her own property.

Best Time to Fly to Jacksonville

The best times to visit Jacksonville are from March to May and September to November. These shoulder seasons see pleasant weather, as well as fewer tourists and lower prices than the summer months. June through August is peak travel season with hot temperatures and plenty of sunshine drawing beach bums in droves.