Salt Lake City Airport

The Salt Lake International Airport (SLC) is both a military and commercial airport serving Utah’s Salt Lake City. It is an important regional aviation hub, and primary base for Delta Airlines, a comprehensive domestic and international carrier. In 1911 this airport was just an airfield, but over the last 100 years, that simple airfield has transformed into a facility that sees roughly 20 million people travel through its terminals each year.

You will find all the standard amenities here, and a few neat extras. There are staffed information desks offering translation services, and details on the airport itself, or on the city and the things to do there. The staffers will also be able to point you to any facilities you need within the airport.

You can take out cash from a number of ATMs dotted throughout the airport, and there is a full bank with foreign exchange services in Terminal 2. And there is an excellent range of shops in Salt Lake City’s airport that include gift and souvenir shops, electronics stores, a gourmet market, and duty-free outlets where you can pick up items like alcohol, tobacco, confectionary, fashion accessories, and cosmetics.

You can communicate with people in your departure city or your destination through the free WiFi, or you can utilise the payphones, the post office, or the fax services. There are charging stations if you need to charge your mobile device, and there are medical services, and areas for children to play while you wait.

If you need to eat before you fly, there are plenty of places to eat, with sit-down restaurants, fast-food kiosks, coffee bars, and pubs you can find refreshment in before you travel, or right after you arrive.    

Fly to Salt Lake City with carriers like Delta, American Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, and United.

Travel Information

·         You will find plenty of car rental agencies represented on the ground floor of the airport, and you can rent a car right after you land or cherry pick a deal with online with our car hire search tool in advance. The 12km drive into town is quick and easy; all you need do is hop on I-80 E from Crossbar Road, and continue on the interstate until you get to Main Street, and you will be in central Salt Lake City. The total journey time should be roughly 15 minutes.

·         There is a railway line from the airport into the city centre, taking 20 minutes, and costing only 2.50USD ($3), and run right into the central Arena Station.

·         There is a bus route—453—leaves from Terminal 1, and takes roughly 25 minutes to get into the city, and costs the same as the train, with a one-way fare coming to 2.50USD ($3).

·         There are taxis, shuttles and pre-booked airport transfers that can pick you up just outside the terminal. If you take a taxi, you should get into town in around 15 minutes for about 20-25USD ($26-33).


Please note that information is correct as of February 2017

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Salt Lake City Airport

AMF Box 22084,
Salt Lake City,
UT 84122,

Tel:+1 (0)801 5752400


 Location Details

Longitude:111° 58' 46'' W
Latitude:40° 47' 50'' N

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