First Choice for Corporate Flying.

Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport (JAXEX) is a convenient location for corporate aviation and flight training. With two Fixed Based Operators, several flight schools, charter companies and an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, we are proud to serve the needs of the general aviation community.

The airport is centrally located between the city’s downtown business district and miles of sandy beaches. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, JAXEX is in the heart of it all.

JAXEX generates an annual economic impact of nearly $132 million, employing more than a thousand in the region.

Latest news

Jul
10

Cecil Airport gets $2 million FAA grant

July 9, 2019

Jacksonville’s Cecil Airport has received a $2 million slice of a $477 million federal airport infrastructure grant for improv... »
Jul
2

Economy Lot 3 now open to ease airport parking

July 1, 2019

Jacksonville International Airport has seen an uptick when it comes to travelers parking their cars at the airport. So much so that it prompted airport officials to open... »

Who's at JAXEX

Aircraft Maintenance/Avionics

Aircraft maintenance checks are periodic checks that have to be done on all aircraft after a certain amount of time or usage. >>

Air Traffic Control Tower

Learn more about our Air Traffic Control Tower...read more >>

Charter Operators

Aircraft maintenance checks are periodic checks that have to be done on all aircraft after a certain amount of time or usage >>

Fixed Based Operators

Need somewhere to fly up and tie down? Why not do it at Jacksonville Executive Airport? Craig Air Center and Sky Harbor Aviation are both full-service fixed based operators based at the airport>>

Flight Training

If you want to become a pilot, you came to the right place...read more>>

Golf Course

Blue Sky Golf Club (formerly Mill Cove) is located in Jacksonville, FL just a short drive from the Beaches, Downtown and the Southside. >>

See All Tenants

See who else is at JAXEX and make sure to stop by when you are in town >>

Good Neighbor

To reduce noise in the area, JAA; in conjunction with concerned citizens, airport users and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), has extensively investigated various noise abatement options and developed a workable program.