A sweeping jet actuator (SJA) is an instrument generating pulsing jets with no moving elements. Because of its simple design and high durability to shock and vibration, SJA has recently drawn increasing attention for the application to flow control such as aerodynamic control of a wing and thrust vectoring of a jet engine. However, experimental and numerical studies on SJA have been limited to internal flow structure of SJA. In this study, we investigated the flow structure and its variation in the outlet of SJA. We carried out the experiment to understand the flow structures using PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry). The flow structure varies with a degree of the outlet and volume flow rate. There is leaking process during half jetting cycle. The process of the main jet can occur because the jet moving time increased from one side to the other side.