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Jacksonville to Boston Route Information

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Travel Distance:1,011 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:JetBlue Airways, Turkish Airlines, Alitalia
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:14
Avg. Flight Duration:02.37 Hours

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Flights from Jacksonville to Boston

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Airports in Jacksonville

Jacksonville International Airport is the primary airport serving Jacksonville metropolitan area in Florida, US. It is a civil-military public airport located 13 miles away from Downtown Jacksonville. The airport offers scheduled flights to several domestic and a few international destinations. Passengers can travel between the city and the airport using a direct public bus service, taxi, Limousines, shuttles, app-based rides and rental cars.

Explore Boston

Boston is the largest city in New England, the capital of the state of Massachusetts. It is also one of the oldest, most historic and most influential cities in the country because it has played a crucial part in the American Revolution and several historically significant events that followed it. This city is situated alongside the Charles River and is flanked by the cities of Cambridge (that hosts Harvard University and the MIT) and Brookline (which is a shopper’s delight).

Things to do in Boston

Faneuil Hall

Currently the Government’s Center, the Faneuil Hall is a mid-18th century waterfront marketplace and a meeting hall that has been a witness to some of the most defining moments of the US history. It is where some of the most noted US patriots had delivered their speeches against the colonial superpower Britain. A similar act of valiance was attempted by one of the first black Republican legislators of Boston, Julius Caesar Chappelle here by demanding the right to vote for black citizens in 1890.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Affiliated to the iconic Harvard University, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology in Cambridge has one of the country’s oldest and largest museums devoted to anthropology. This 152 year old museum wows its visitors with its spectacular collection of over 1.2 million objects American ethnographic and archaeological materials. Also of note is its osteological collection that spans fossils and non-human primate remains collected from more than 80 countries.

MIT Museum

The MIT Museum, in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is home to a stunning collection of specimens related to holography, artificial intelligence, robotics and maritime history. The museum is known for its holography collection that amounts to of 1800 pieces and doubles up as the largest of its kind in the world.

Best Time to Fly to Boston

The best times to fly to Boston are the autumn and spring seasons. These seasons run from July to October and March to May respectively. The former is characterized red hot with baseball game tournaments and music concerts while the latter is full of cultural festivals- none more famous than the Boston International Film Festival.

Boston Travelers' Reviews


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