Learn about flights from JAX to OKC
On this page, you'll find a collection of useful information on flights from Jacksonville, FL (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.) to Oklahoma City, OK (OKC-Will Rogers World). When you're ready to search, click here for the cheapest flights!
Cleverlayover is a flight search engine for cheaper flights. We find savings by looking at all the possible ways to get from your origin to your destination, including searches that look at each possible layover location individually. For example, if you're flying from JAX to OKC, we'll search for flights from JAX to every other airport and then flights from those airports to OKC. After piecing together those flights, we can find savings that the other search engines don't show you.
The average price for Jacksonville, FL (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.) to Oklahoma City, OK (OKC-Will Rogers World) is $574. Historically, the price typically stays between $359 and $781.
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When to book
The best day of the week to book your flight is onFriday
When you fly from Jacksonville, FL (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.) to Oklahoma City, OK (OKC-Will Rogers World), you might want to take a layover somewhere. This can save you money, and it can allow you to visit another location. How do you find the right layover locations, though? Which ones will be cheapest? Which ones will be fun? Here are some popular layovers for savvy travelers going from JAX to OKC:
|Take a layover in||Origin to Layover||Layover to Destination|
|Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.)|
|Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.)|
|Charlotte, NC (CLT-Douglas Intl.)|
|Houston, TX (IAH-Bush Intercontinental)|
|Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL)|
Savings from your airport
Check out recently found savings to these great destinations! If you're flying from Jacksonville, FL (JAX-Jacksonville Intl.), you'll be able to take advantage of a clever layover if you're flying to any of the following locations. All savings were found by our users recently, though prices may change when you perform your own search.