In this study, the influence of the direction of the plasma-induced flow generated by a plasma actuator (PA) on the jet flow was investigated. Nozzles equipped with two types of PAs to generate forward (Type A) and backward (Type B) flows were used in this investigation. At a duty ratio was 50%, for both Types A and B, the fluctuation due to the plasma-induced flow yielded the most stable fluctuation near the nozzle exit. In the case of the Type B PA, the centerline velocity was increased by the contraction of the main flow near the nozzle exit due to the influence of the backflow. Additionally, the fluctuation of the jet boundary layer became stronger as the duty ratio was increased. From these factors, it is considered that the backflow by the plasma induced flow effectively works on the diffusion of the jet structure.