|SuperShuttle Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)|
||When flying into JAX airport transportation is important because Jacksonville is a big city. In fact it is the largest city geographically in the United States.|
|About Jacksonville Area
While you are in town there are many sites to see the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in the Riverside neighborhood area. This museum is home to many large gallery collections of European, Japanese and American art. You’ll also want to visit the Main Street Bridge, also known as the John T. Alsop Jr. Bridge, which spans the St. Johns River. Another popular attraction is the Friendship Fountain, which was promoted in 1965 as the “World’s Tallest and Largest” fountain.
Many vacationers planning cruises to the Bahamas and many others cruise destinations visit Jacksonville because it is home to several cruise ports such as the Blount Island Marine Terminal, the Talleyrand Marine Terminal, the Dames Point Marine Terminal, and the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal.
History of JAX Airport
JAX is roughly 18 miles in the north of Downtown Jacksonville and it is also accessible from the airport’s exit road at close I-95 that intersects to the southern part with I-295. It comes with 2 runways and a projected five million passengers every year and it is also served by various airlines that provide nonstop flights to most American cities, with connections across the globe.
JAX Contact Information