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Find cheap flights to Jacksonville from £697

This is the cheapest return flight price found by a KAYAK user in the last 72 hours by searching for a flight to Jacksonville departing on 21/6. Fares are subject to change and may not be available on all flights or dates of travel. Click the price to replicate the search for this deal.
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Cheap flight deals to Jacksonville

Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights to Jacksonville that are departing in the next months. While these flights were available on KAYAK in the last 72 hours, prices and availability are subject to change and deals may expire.
13:10 - 23:57LHR-OAJ
15h 47m2 stops
11:05 - 06:15OAJ-LHR
14h 10m2 stops
£697American Airlines
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Fri, 21 Jun - Mon, 24 Jun
18:10 - 14:29LHR-OAJ
25h 19m2 stops
19:56 - 12:10OAJ-LHR
11h 14m1 stop
£722American Airlines
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Fri, 21 Jun - Mon, 24 Jun
09:20 - 22:23LHR-OAJ
18h 03m2 stops
05:50 - 06:25OAJ-LHR
19h 35m1 stop
£758Virgin Atlantic
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Fri, 21 Jun - Mon, 24 Jun
15:55 - 12:30LHR-OAJ
25h 35m1 stop
13:15 - 13:30OAJ-LHR
19h 15m1 stop
£758Delta
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Fri, 21 Jun - Mon, 24 Jun

Flights to Jacksonville - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights to Jacksonville to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What is the cheapest day to fly to Jacksonville?

The average price of all flights to Jacksonville, North Carolina clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Jacksonville is Wednesday where tickets can be as cheap as £549. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Thursday, where prices are £722 on average.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Jacksonville, North Carolina?

The average price for all flights to Jacksonville, North Carolina depending on the time of departure, clicked by users on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks.
The cheapest time of day to fly to Jacksonville, North Carolina is generally in the afternoon, when flights cost £635 on average. The most expensive time of day to fly to Jacksonville, North Carolina is generally in the morning, which is peak travel time and where the average cost of a ticket is £669.

How long is the flight to Jacksonville, North Carolina?

The duration of your flight to Jacksonville depends on your departure and arrival airports. Obviously any flights that include a layover will also be longer. The most popular routes to Jacksonville on KAYAK are from London, which takes 13h 38m, and Edinburgh, which takes 15h 49m.

How many long-haul flights are there to Jacksonville, North Carolina each week?

There are not any long-haul (6-12 hour flight duration) or medium-haul (3-6 hour flight duration) flights to Jacksonville, North Carolina. Instead, there are 42 short-haul flights (up to 3 hour flight duration), with the most arriving from Charlotte.

Good to know - Cheap tickets to Jacksonville

High season

June

Cheapest flight

£697
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 0% lower on average.
Flight from London Heathrow Airport to Jacksonville

When to book flights to Jacksonville

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel to Jacksonville based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
Estimated return price
KAYAK looks at all historical flight data for each date to provide a predicted price for one-way trips or returns with a duration up to 40 days. The information is for flights to Jacksonville based on your location. While we try to provide actual minimum prices for each date, some prices are predictions and actual prices may differ.

FAQs - booking Jacksonville flights

  • How far is Jacksonville from central Jacksonville?

    The distance between Jacksonville and the city centre of Jacksonville is 11 miles.

  • What is the name of Jacksonville’s airport?

    All flights to Jacksonville land at Jacksonville. The airport code is OAJ,and it can also be referred to as A J Ellis or Albert J Ellis.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights to Jacksonville?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights to Jacksonville.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket to Jacksonville?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Jacksonville is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights to Jacksonville?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Jacksonville with an airline and back with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight to Jacksonville?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Jacksonville up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

  • Which airline offers the most flights to Jacksonville, North Carolina?

    Of the 2 airlines that fly to Jacksonville, North Carolina, American Airlines offers the most flights, with around 28 per week, followed by Delta with 14 flights per week.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Jacksonville

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Direct departures

United Kingdom to Jacksonville Albert J Ellis

Monday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Friday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

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Direct returns

Jacksonville Albert J Ellis to United Kingdom

Monday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Friday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, Air France, American Airlines, +5 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +6 more

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Top airlines flying to Jacksonville

Need help choosing which airline to fly with to Jacksonville? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
7.7
Virgin AtlanticOverall score based on 769 reviews
84crew
77entertainment
78overall
74comfort
79boarding
72food
Airline reviews

We flew Upper Class from London to The Turks and Caicos. Check in was amazing. Our ldriver too us directly to a special entrance to terminal 3. It took 10 minutes to check in and clear customs. Amazing! The VA lounge is large and comfortable. Boarding the flight was easy and without a wait. The crew was excellent. But the seats were awful, strange and uncomfortable. Having a comfortable flat bed seat is the reason we pays 1000s extra. The VA 787 uses a reverse herringbone configuration. Look it up. You have your back to the window and are facing the aisle with no privacy. Turning the seat into a bed requires assistance from the crew so not very spontaneous. . The food was ok. A bit tasteless and meager portions. Had to pay for WiFi. I believe VA has other configuration on their dream airbus flights. Lots of stuff about all this on YouTube where you can see what I have been describing. I can not recommend taking VA on a long flight with these seats.

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We flew Upper Class from London to The Turks and Caicos. Check in was amazing. Our ldriver too us directly to a special entrance to terminal 3. It took 10 minutes to check in and clear customs. Amazing! The VA lounge is large and comfortable. Boarding the flight was easy and without a wait. The crew was excellent. But the seats were awful, strange and uncomfortable. Having a comfortable flat bed seat is the reason we pays 1000s extra. The VA 787 uses a reverse herringbone configuration. Look it up. You have your back to the window and are facing the aisle with no privacy. Turning the seat into a bed requires assistance from the crew so not very spontaneous. . The food was ok. A bit tasteless and meager portions. Had to pay for WiFi. I believe VA has other configuration on their dream airbus flights. Lots of stuff about all this on YouTube where you can see what I have been describing. I can not recommend taking VA on a long flight with these seats.

From the start everything was perfectly fine. First meal was fantastic. Breakfast needs a lot of work and food was overcooked and not very nice for breakfast. Staff were fantastic friendly nice they came round and check we need anything else to eat or drink

From the start everything was perfectly fine. First meal was fantastic. Breakfast needs a lot of work and food was overcooked and not very nice for breakfast. Staff for a fantastic friendly nice we came round and check we need anything else to eat or drink

From the start everything was perfectly fine. First meeting was fantastic. Breakfast needs a lot of work and food was overcooked and not very nice for breakfast.

Tai-City to Atlanta :Lots of legroom on the flight. No interaction from the staff at all on the plane. They only attended to the First Class passengers. There was no entertainment. Security I was body scanned even though I hadn't set off an alarm, my father-in-law in his 80s, was stopped and subjected to a through body search, told that they would have to place their hands in intimate places. There were several border guards present, and as we walked off we could hear the TWA officer talk about the procedure as if he was training. My father-in-law was a little upset about the whole process. A kind explanation that training was taking place would have been more acceptable, and it felt dehumanizing to him. Atlanta to London: Check in was difficult we had been unable to do this online for 2 of the family members on the same booking both in their mid to late-80s. No seats had been allocated for them and we were all travelling Premium Economy. After several phone calls to the booking agent and conversations with Delta staff at TriCites airport, we were told that seats would be allocated at the gate in Atlanta. When we arrived at Atlanta, and spoke to a member of the boarding staff at the gate, he was curt and repeated back exactly what we had just told him, that only one of us was checked in. I explained that we had been unable to check-in online for the 2 family members (I had tried twice). He again repeated back that we needed to check-in. As we were in transit, I was at a loss at what he wanted us to do, but he kept repeating that we needed to do this. I asked where we should do this. No answer. In fact all he did throughout was look at his screen. He told us that there were no seats in Premium Economy, and that he could offer my parents-in-law 'two seats at the back'. I asked if he meant at the back of Premium Economy, and he replied, 'No, at the back of the plane'. At this point, myself and my father-in-law pointed out that they had paid for Premium Economy tickets and expected seats there. He never took his eyes off the screen once. Then he hit a button and it printed out two boarding passes for my parents-in-law. The seats were directly across from my seat. He had gone from saying there were no seats to somehow finding two together. No explanation, no eye contact, nothing. The flight: As we boarded, our first introduction to the flight was the stewardess at the entrance addressing a passenger with an annoyed and loud voice about a bag that belonged to them. That was not promising. The seats were good, and so were all the accessories. The food, etc.: we had flown with Virgin on our outward journey and I could not fault it. The service and food was excellent, the stewards very helpful, offering additional drinks and snacks. The toilets were more accessible than Delta, which were in the economy area and were told in no uncertain terms that we should not use the First Class toilets, even though they were much closer to our section of the plane. We had a menu for both flights, yet when I asked for the chicken dish on Delta, I was told that there was none left and that there was another chicken dish with mashed potatoes and that 'it was fine'. This was almost pushed on me before I could answer. I was sitting 3 rows from the front of the section, so I was surprised that they had already run out. I repeated that I would like the chicken dish on the menu, and asked whether she would be able to get one from her colleague who was serving in the other aisle. The stewardess replied 'No, that's not how it works!' It always has on previous flights, so I was a bit confused. I accepted that I would have to opt for the pasta option (no choice), but was a little perturbed by her response. Minutes later she returns and hands me the chicken dish I had originally asked for. I had already started eating the other one, but was told curtly that I could have both. This was the same stewardess who was shouting at a passenger as we boarded the plane. The food was very poor in the end, nowhere near as good as Virgin's. Unlike Virgin, there was no starter, no bread roll, just a main and a brownie served in a cardboard container. Virgin had provided real china and glass. Unlike Virgin, they did not return to ask if we wanted more drinks, and there was no tea or coffee served after the meal. The breakfast that was served later was equally poor and inedible, apart from the fruit. At the time, the stewardess, a different one, completely walked past my mother-in-law and did not offer her a hot drink. Both my parents-in-law are in their mid to late 80s, they have been world travellers in their time and had decided that this would be the last flight that they ever take. They have health problems, including memory issues. I feel that overall the journey back to London was pretty unpleasant for them especially, and that they were treated badly, especially by the ground staff. We have lived on two continents and are used to long haul flights, and I have to say that this is up there in the worst flight category. Bearing in mind that we had paid extra money expecting comfort and additional attention, it was extremely disappointing. I would fly Virgin again, but never Delta. The two flights were incomparable.

Lots of legroom on the flight. No interaction from the staff at all on the plane. They only attended to the First Class passengers. There was no entertainment. Security I was body scanned even though I hadn't set off an alarm, my father-in-law in his 80s, was stopped and subjected to a through body search, told that they would have to place their hands in intimate places. There were several border guards present, and as we walked off we could hear the TWA officer talk about the procedure as if he was training. My father-in-law was a little upset about the whole process. A kind explanation would have been more acceptable, and it felt dehumanizing to him.

Needed a 6 hour lay over in Atlanta. How can this be avoided ?

Security area in terminal 3 needs to be made much nicer. Less claustrophobic and use of glass and big ceilings wouldhelp

Staff was friendly. Food was so-so. The economy seats are probably some of the most uncomfortable I’ve ever sat in. The headrest kept falling down which has happened multiple times before on Virgin.

i saved my points for more than 10 years in anticipation of treating myself to an upper class fight to and from london on virgin atlantic. i was shocked to find what you consider “upper class” on the dreamliner. it was, at best, a mediocre business class accommodation. it was tight and not that comfortable, with nearly no personal storage. everything was cramped and just generally disappointing. once i lucked into a 1st class upgrade to europe on lufthansa - a magical experience that found me reluctant to sleep, lest i deprive myself the joy of their setup. i expected something similar from virgin atlantic, but i could not have been more wrong. it will be the same arrangement on my flight home, but at least i know what (not) to expect. to be clear, this is only in reaction to the physical accommodations. your people were, and always are fantastic.

I’m very disappointed, to fly into an airplane for 10 straight hours, and not having a TV even though when I put the ticket I was told that I will have entertainment for the TV. Very disappointed.

Helpful steward. Allowed me to move to some empty seats and I was able to get some sleep. He also had milk for my tea. Americans don’t realise that cream or half and half ruin tea.

Very rude hostess. She embarrassed me in front of others. I went to sit after taking off in a different sit in the same economic cabin. Was the area where doors are. She come to me very laud and said: go back to your sit those sit are more expensive.wow! No diplomacy. Flight was super full except 3 of those sit. The only person in that row later during the flight occupied all sit laying down!. Once more disappointed at American Airlines. Early flight they lost my luggages for 4 days. Never refund money for replacement for some of essential items purchased..when I booked the flight I thought was Finlandair. I

The crew was very good, excellent, they help me with my needs.! Food was not that good.

Everything was quite easy from boarding to landing - the staff was great and service was excellent too!

Flights are standard. But being over 3 hours late is too much.

In-flight entertainment was. It working for the entire 12 hour flight! Unbelievable! At least provide free wi-fi so people could use their phones.

The flight was surprisingly good, especially given initial experience. BA app is horrible as is their customer service. Online check in was a horrendous experience and when I phoned their customer service number, the live agent with whom I spoke was rude and dismissive. She did helpfully inform me that their IT people were working on a known problem related to online checkin. However, once she delivered that information, she curtly ended the call before I could suggest that since BA was aware of this, it should be posted on the app and online. I grudgingly flew BA this time - have avoided them for years because of past similar serial bad experiences. While this flight was fine, I’ll return to avoiding them in the future given the hassle experienced and rude personnel.

Boarding was a shambles, with no proper line or queue and multiple groups joining at the same time. Overhead space was limited. Seat spacing (width) is not generous. My neighbour was invading my space, before he even spilt his drinks over me (twice!) as he struggled to contain his meal on the table. The main meal was very poor. Choice was simply chicken / turkey - the crew didn't know exactly which - or vegetarian. The chicken meal was really poor quality - uninspiring and tasteless; and very little offering of drinks. Half the crew were friendly, half really need to cheer up.

Food was pretty poor - bland, tasteless. Drinks offerings were very limited also.

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Recent return flight deals

 
These are the cheapest return flights to Jacksonville found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
21/6Fri
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
15h 47mLHR-OAJ
24/6Mon
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
14h 10mOAJ-LHR
£697
21/6Fri
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
25h 19mLHR-OAJ
24/6Mon
1 stopAmerican Airlines
11h 14mOAJ-LHR
£722
21/6Fri
2 stopsVirgin Atlantic
18h 03mLHR-OAJ
24/6Mon
1 stopVirgin Atlantic
19h 35mOAJ-LHR
£758
21/6Fri
1 stopDelta
25h 35mLHR-OAJ
24/6Mon
1 stopDelta
19h 15mOAJ-LHR
£758

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Recent domestic flight deals

23/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
4h 26mORD-OAJ
24/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
4h 31mOAJ-ORD
£155
23/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
10h 33mORD-OAJ
24/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
6h 27mOAJ-ORD
£158
23/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
10h 33mORD-OAJ
24/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
13h 00mOAJ-ORD
£162
9/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
5h 43mJFK-OAJ
10/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
6h 03mOAJ-JFK
£225
19/3Tue
multi-stopDelta
6h 09mAUS-OAJ
20/3Wed
multi-stopDelta
5h 30mOAJ-AUS
£238
27/4Sat
multi-stopDelta
6h 18mDFW-OAJ
30/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
5h 27mOAJ-DFW
£244
13/4Sat
multi-stopDelta
6h 58mORD-OAJ
17/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
7h 48mOAJ-ORD
£247
27/4Sat
multi-stopDelta
6h 18mDFW-OAJ
30/4Tue
multi-stopDelta
10h 04mOAJ-DFW
£248
18/5Sat
multi-stopDelta
4h 37mDFW-OAJ
25/5Sat
multi-stopDelta
4h 34mOAJ-DFW
£249
13/4Sat
multi-stopDelta
8h 48mORD-OAJ
17/4Wed
multi-stopDelta
7h 48mOAJ-ORD
£251

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These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights to Jacksonville that are departing in the next 10 days.
1/3Fri
multi-stopVirgin Atlantic
17h 06mLHR-OAJ
1/4Mon
multi-stopVirgin Atlantic
12h 15mOAJ-LHR
£1,068

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