The New SLC is designed to accommodate 34 million passengers and will replace the five existing concourses with two linear concourses—the North Concourse and the South Concourse—which will be connected by a passenger tunnel. The $4 billion project is being built in phases with the first phase to open in 2020 and the second phase to be completed in 2024.
The first phase will include a new terminal, a new parking garage with double the capacity, and portions of the two new concourses. The new concourses will be able to accommodate larger planes and all gates will have boarding bridges.
The SLC Airport App
Download the official SLC international Airport app for maps, flight schedules, and airport updates. Here's a quick look at some of the app's features.
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SLC Fly Healthy Promise
Salt Lake City International is committed to protecting passengers and airport workers from the spread of COVID-19. To promote health and safety, SLC has enhanced efforts to cleaning facilities, added hand sanitizer stations, installed handrail cleaning systems, placed plexiguard shields in key locations and implemented fogging in seating areas. Click here for more information.
Federal law requires wearing a mask at all times in and on the airport property and failure to comply may result in removal and denial of re-entry. Refusing to wear a mask in or on the airport property is a violation of federal law; individuals may be subject to penalties under federal law.
SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL MASTER PLAN
Salt Lake City has secured its position as a global aviation hub by opening a brand new airport that will serve the region for decades to come. To prepare for the future, the Department of Airports is updating its Master Plan to serve the area and accommodate future air transportation demand for the next 20 years.