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|International Shipping from the City of Jacksonville, Florida|
|Location of Jacksonville in Florida|
|Time zone||EST (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
|ZIP code||32099, 32201-32212, 32214-32241, 32244-32247, 32250, 32254-32260, 32266, 32267, 32277, 32290.|
The Port of Jacksonville, a seaport on the St. Johns River, is a large component of the local economy. Approximately 50,000 jobs in Northeast Florida are related to port activity and the port has an economic impact of $2.7 billion in Northeast Florida.
- Port wages and salaries = $1.3 billion
- Business revenue = $743 million
- Local purchases = $239.1 million
- State and local taxes = $119.3 million
- Customs revenue = $258 million
Airports in Jacksonville are managed by the Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA). The commercial passenger facility is Jacksonville International Airport on the Northside. Smaller planes can fly to Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport in Arlington and Herlong Recreational Airport on the Westside. The JAA also operates Cecil Airport, the former NAS airfield at Cecil Commerce Center that is intended for the aerospace and manufacturing companies located there.
Public seaports in Jacksonville are managed by the Jacksonville Port Authority, known as JAXPORT. Four modern deepwater (38 ft) seaport facilities, including America's newest cruise port, make Jacksonville a full-service international seaport. In FY2006, JAXPORT handled 8.7 million tons of cargo, including nearly 610,000 vehicles, which ranks Jacksonville 2nd in the nation in automobile handling, behind only the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
The 20 other maritime facilities not managed by the Port Authority move about 10 million tons of additional cargo in and out of the St. Johns River. In terms of total tonnage, the Port of Jacksonville ranks 40th nationally; within Florida, it is 3rd behind Tampa and Port Everglades.
In 2003, the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal opened, providing cruise service for 1,500 passengers to Key West, Florida, the Bahamas, and Mexico via Carnival Cruise Lines ship.
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List of international airports in Jacksonville Florida
This is a list of airports in Jacksonville, grouped by type and sorted by location.
Jacksonville International Airport in Florida