The New SLC Logo airport

Building a new terminal complex is a massive undertaking, but the end result will be well worth the effort. The SLC Airport's existing facilities have served passengers well, but it's time to make way for the next generation of airport design.

What will the New SLC include? Find out.

Countdown to The New SLC

Coming August 2020!

Electronic Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The Salt Lake City International Airport has installed 24 electric vehicle (EV) charging ports for public and employee use. The 12 EV charging stations are dual port, Level 2 with standard connectors to accommodate all models of electric vehicles. Each port supplies up to 7.2 kilowatts of power and there is no charge to use the stations. Thanks to Rocky Mountain Power for covering 50 percent of the project costs. Access to all electric vehicle charging stations is on a first come basis and cannot be reserved in advance. Click here for a map of the EV charging stations.

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Terminal Drive Shift

Terminal Drive, leading into the airport,  is shifting back to a straight path on Oct. 12. The road shifted in October, 2017, to allow crews to work on the entrance to the elevated roadway leading into The New SLC. Please follow the posted speed limit and directional signs. Click here for a map of Terminal Drive. Click here for a map of the changes to Terminal Drive


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Concourse B renamed Concourse F

Concourse B has been renamed Concourse F as part of The New SLC Airport Redevelopment Program. When the first phase of The New SLC opens in 2020, the new concourses will be named A and B, so the existing concourses are being renamed in advance. Concourse A was renamed Concourse G in May.