SLC Airport Takes a New Approach to Pavement Planning and Maintenance

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) includes a staggering 1,353 acres of pavement. To keep that massive amount of surface area maintained for operations, it needs to be routinely inspected. This year, SLC moved to a high-tech solution for its annual pavement inspection. This new process provides the airport with more data to help inform… Read more »

TRAX Passengers Ride Free to SLC Airport

After 20 months of construction, TRAX light rail is back in service with direct access to SLC Airport. .  On Oct. 25, the newly-constructed station was inducted by Salt Lake Mayor Erin Mendenhall, Airport Executive Director Bill Wyatt, Utah Transit Authority (UTA) Chair Carlton Christensen and Visit Salt Lake President Kaitlin Eskelson. The new line… Read more »

SLCDA Publishes Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report

The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) has published its first ever Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report for Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). The Report details how the SLCDA manages important issues such as climate change, safety, diversity and community relations. SLC is one of just a few airports in the country… Read more »

From Legos to Fashion, Passengers Can Expect a Unique Retail Experience at The New SLC

Opening The New SLC during 2020 presented significant challenges, to say the least. With drastically reduced passenger volume, planes sitting empty on the airfield and airlines suspending flights, The New SLC opened its doors with fewer concession available to the traveling public than originally planned. But as travel quickly recovers, more shops are coming online…. Read more »

Blue Skies Ahead For SLC

As Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) entered 2020, it had just closed out another year of record passenger levels — a streak the large-hub airport had been enjoying for the previous six years. Nearly 27 million passengers flew through SLC in 2019, traveling through dated terminals and concourses, designed to handle only a fraction… Read more »