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Fares from $30 One Way, $37 Round Trip from Atlanta to Jacksonville

Prices starting at $37 for return flights and $30 for one-way flights to Jacksonville were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Flights from Atlanta to Jacksonville - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Atlanta to Jacksonville?

Yes, you'll be happy to hear that you can fly straight from Atlanta, GA Airport (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) to Jacksonville, FL Airport (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.). Nonstop flights are offered by Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines.

What is the shortest flight from Atlanta to Jacksonville?

The journey from Atlanta to Jacksonville can be as fast as 59 minutes. With a short and sweet flight time like this, why not take off on an impromptu getaway?

What airlines fly from Atlanta to Jacksonville most frequently?

Delta Air Lines (DL) offers 249 flights every month between Atlanta, GA Airport (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) to Jacksonville, FL Airport (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.). Your next exciting adventure is only a few clicks away. Southwest Airlines (WN) will also fly you to your destination in comfort and style. Offering 57 flights per month between Atlanta and Jacksonville, it's another popular airline to look into.

Flights Review

Mar 6, 2020

There was a flight attendant named Yvonne who, noticing I didn’t eat much of the wrap I bought, offered me a different one or a credit. I didn’t accept either but was so surprised at her response. Five minutes later, she brought me half of her homemade peanut butter and jelly sandwich!!! Wow! What a doll!

Feb 12, 2020

Delta always

Jan 23, 2020

Just plain good. It was a pleasure flying for once.

Jan 4, 2020

Delta is Great

Dec 14, 2019

A bit warm in plane before taking off and after landing.

Dec 9, 2019

Great trip all around

Aug 12, 2018

Our seats were originally in qn exit row. I had injured my shoulder an am sporting a sling. The flight attendant readily found us seats were we could sut together during flight.

Jul 19, 2018

There should of been an updated status of our connecting flight. We were in a holding pattern on first flight coming into ATL cutting into our layover time. We arrived at ATL with our connecting flight scheduled to depart in 12minutes - so boarding was currently ongoing. The arrival/departure boards had connecting flight as scheduled. A 11:42 departure. Ran to the connecting gate which was not the closest. Even though they were doing "Final boarding" for the flight. We were missing a pilot and the people from other incoming flights were still expected - the plane was more than half emptied. We waited on board more than 40 minutes, because we didn't depart until after midnight. No one wants to run to their connecting terminal. But we do it because we don't want to to miss the boarding. No one wants to stress about possibly missing the connecting flight. I figured if we were in a holding pattern because the weather was bad at our connecting airport, then most likely the connecting flight would be delayed too. But my heart dropped when I looked at the board of departures and the connecting flight was as scheduled. And off we had to go because we thought the flight was on time as per the board. When I flew Southwest, there were constant updates as to fly a flight wasn't departed yet. We had one update. After already waiting on the plane for some time. Accurate updates would be appreciated. And would prevent the unnecessary stress levels added on when flights are late/delayed.

Jul 2, 2018

the difference between or delta flight and another airlines was noticed even by my 15 y/o. during our flight he said, mom can we just fly delta?...lol

Jun 16, 2018

All in all had a good flight with an infant