The general aviation facilities are housed on the east side of Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), South Valley Regional Airport in West Jordan, Utah (U42), and Tooele Valley Airport (TVY) in Erda, Utah.
There are two full-service fixed base operators (FBOs) to serve the flying needs of private aviators at SLC. Services include aircraft sales and leasing, air charter service, aircraft parts and maintenance, fuel sales and aircraft storage.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports is currently providing fueling, ground handling, aircraft storage/parking and ground power (GPU) services at South Valley Regional Airport. A third-party maintenance provider, Advantage Aviation, and flight schools Randon Aviation and Utah Helicopter are also available.
Hangar Lease Space
Hangar lease space at Salt Lake City International Airport (KSLC), South Valley Regional Airport (U42) and other airports in the area is in very high demand and most airports have very long waiting lists.
Due to the size of the wait lists for shade hangars, single T-hangars and Twin T-hangars at both Salt Lake City International Airport (KSLC) and South Valley Regional Airport (U42), applications are not currently being accepted.
For general information on hangar lease space and future availability, contact Phil Bevan at 801-575-2957 or Phil.Bevan@slcgov.com.
Aeronautical Service Business
Individuals desiring to perform independent aeronautical services at or from the airport must have a lease agreement or permit agreement from the airport.
Click on the link below for a permit application, and send the completed application to GA@slcgov.com.
Aeronautical Services Permit Application
Aeronautical Services FAQs (coming soon)
For more information on getting a permit agreement, contact Phil Bevan at 801-575-2957 or Phil.Bevan@slcgov.com.
Fixed Base Operators (FBOs)
SLC East Side
Signature Flight Support
SLC East Side
General Aviation Airport Maps
General Aviation Newsletter
Click the links below to view the Salt Lake City Department of Airports General Aviation Newsletters:
- 2023 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2022 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2021 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2020 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2019 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2018 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2017 General Aviation Newsletters
- 2016 General Aviation Newsletters
U.S. Customs Information for General Aviation
System Identified Errors and Manifest Sufficiency Rates
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