Cheap Flights from Jacksonville International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson in 2019
Flight information Jacksonville International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 270 miles
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Frequently asked questions
Atlanta Georgia is 270 miles from Jacksonville Florida, and it’s hard to believe that you can go that far north and still find yourself deep in America’s south. The journey is quick when you fly direct.
Delta has up to a dozen nonstop flights each day, and Southwest has recently expanded their schedule to include more direct flights from Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) to Atlanta Hartsfield (ATL)
Making your way to Jacksonville International Airport
Jacksonville International is a small, friendly, and easy-to-use single-terminal airport which gets high marks from many travelers. Comfortable seats (including rocking chairs) live piano music, free WiFi and lots of wall sockets, a clean and spacious terminal building, and quick security lines all add to the carefree experience of traveling through JAX.
Parking is cheap, too, at just $5 a day for the extended lot. If you decide to take public transport to the airport instead, you can take the AirJTA (CT3) bus, which operates seven days a week. Buses run approximately every 60 minutes on weekdays and 90 minutes on weekends, and the fare is just $1.
Arriving in Atlanta
Atlanta is bursting at the seams with entertaining stuff to see and do. A brilliant combination of slow southern charm and big-city buzz gives this place a unique character, and natives are justifiably proud of their hometown. Atlanta’s rich history and its bright future come together in many of its top attractions.
In spring, before the real heat hits and when the magnolias are in bloom, is one of the nicest times to visit. You can enjoy a stroll through lovely Piedmont Park, where you’ll find Atlanta’s beautiful Botanic Gardens, and on Saturday, a lively farmers market. One ticket will get you into the Margaret Mitchell House (a must for fans of Gone With The Wind) and the Atlanta History Center.
The city is also home to the moving National Center for Civil and Human Rights, as befits Martin Luther Kings Jr.’s hometown. Its educational exhibits pay tribute to the men and women who have struggled to bring equality and justice to life throughout the world.
Once darkness falls, Atlanta’s nightlife kicks into high gear, especially around the Andrews Entertainment District. These blocks are packed with trendy nightclubs and some world-class restaurants.
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