Exceptional intermodal infrastructure makes Cecil Airport an ideal location for businesses dependent on logistics. Access to 3 major interstate highways, three other Jacksonville-based airports, and a deep water port with 3 marine terminals makes Jacksonville a transportation hub and gateway to Florida, the Southeastern United States and the world.
The Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) is the owner/operator of a 4 airport system that serves the commercial, business and recreational needs of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. The airport system is comprised of Jacksonville International, Jacksonville Executive at Craig, Herlong Recreational and Cecil Airports.
Jacksonville International Airport
Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport (JAXEX)
-Jacksonville’s premier general aviationrecreational and sport-flying airport
-Covers1,434 acres and is home to approximately 170 based aircraft
-Features3,500-foot and 4,000-foot runways
Pleasevisit www.flyjacksonville.com formore information.
Jacksonville is home to one of the largest commercial cargo ports on the East Coast. Along the 30-mile stretch of the St. John’s River from the Atlantic Ocean to downtown Jacksonville,the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) owns and operates 3 public marine cargo terminals: Talleyrand, Blount Island and Dames Point.
Pleasevisit www.jaxport.com for more information.
Major interstates and highways contribute to Jacksonville and Cecil Airport’s superior logistics center
Three railroads support Jacksonville’s intermodal infrastructure: CSX, Norfolk Southern and Florida East Coast Railway.
Pleasevisit www.csx.com for more information.
Please visit www.norfolksouthern.com for more information.
Florida East Coast Railway
Pleasevisit www.fecrwy.com for more information