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Air Service Development

A New Era of Air Service

Salt Lake City is securing its position as a global aviation hub by continuing to build a brand new terminal facility that will serve and grow with the region for decades to come. Replacing three aging terminals, The New SLC is a state-of-the art facility with one large, central terminal and two linear concourses connected by a passenger tunnel, with more space and conveniences to give passengers a world-class airport experience. Already a major airline hub, SLC has long been a converging access point for the Intermountain West. Now, with the opening of The New SLC in 2020, a new era of air service has begun, with expanded domestic and international opportunities and an elevated passenger experience.

To learn more about The New SLC, click here.

Air Service Overview

As the 22nd busiest U.S. airport in 2023, with 300+ daily departures, SLC is proud to play an integral role in the national air transportation system, in addition to being a major economic engine for the state of Utah. Since 2020, SLC has welcomed four new airlines, Air Canada, Hawaiian (begins May 16, 2024), Spirit and Sun Country, and has daily nonstop flights to global markets such as Amsterdam, London, Mexico City, Paris, Toronto and Vancouver. New daily service to Monterrey, Mexico begins March 15, 2024.

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Weekly Flight Schedule Update

Purpose

The aviation industry remains a volatile one. Following one of the most disruptive events in air travel history, airlines continue to respond to the residual effects of COVID such as pilot shortages, aircraft delivery delays, inflation and economic uncertainty. The purpose of this document is to highlight the flight schedule changes airlines are making at SLC as they navigate through these headwinds. Also included is updated route maps and national comparisons.

Outlook

SLC was among one of the first large-hub airports to recover from the pandemic. This can be attributed to Utah’s strong and diverse economic environment, SLC’s status as a core hub for Delta Air Lines and the airport’s proximity to Utah’s outdoor recreational assets. While business travel continues to recover, leisure remains the primary purpose for air travel and demand for 2024 remains robust, including at SLC where passenger traffic is expected to continue and grow.

Overview

  • Airlines are not finalizing schedules until roughly 60-90 days prior to departure date
  • Flight schedules are tentative and subject to change

Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of April 8, 2024
Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of April 1, 2024
Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of March 25, 2024
Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of March 4, 2024
Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of February 19, 2024
Click here to view the flight schedule update for the week of February 12, 2024

Air Service Development Committee (ASDC)

Click here for a list of ASDC members.

Economic Position

There’s a reason why SLC is one of the fastest growing large-hub airports in the country and why it’s poised for even more growth - Utah’s diverse and thriving economy.

Economic Position Fev 2023

Economic Update

Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for November/December 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for August 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for June/July 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for May 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for April 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for February/March 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for January 2023
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for November/December 2022
Click here to view SLC's Economic Update for September 2022

Route Map & Flight Schedule

Click here to view SLC’s nonstop destinations and monthly flight schedule.

Airline Incentive Program

Contact Nate Lavin (information below) for more information.

Airport Rates & Charges

Click here to view SLC’s Rates & Charges for FY2024.

Airport Traffic Statistics

Click here to view SLC’s Air Traffic Statistics.

Contact Information

For more information about air service development, please contact Nate Lavin at 801-230-3876 or at nate.lavin@slcgov.com