The airport is expecting thousands of passengers this weekend as passengers travel home for the holidays.
The busiest travel days for the holiday season are projected to be Thursday, Dec. 22, Friday, Dec. 23 and again on Monday, Dec. 26. On each one of these days, up to 30,000 passengers are expected to come through the airport’s front doors with more making connecting flights post security.
Dec 02 2022
Gary Sinise Foundation and American Airlines host Send-off Celebration for Families of Fallen Military Heros Attending Snowball Express at SLC International
Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022, the Gary Sinise Foundation, and presenting sponsor American Airlines, will bring more than 1,900 family members of our nation’s fallen heroes - those whose loved ones have lost their lives serving in the United States military – to Orlando for a special trip to Walt Disney World (WDW) Resort. This special event through the Gary Sinise Foundation’s Snowball Express program is back for the first time after a two-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is bigger than ever with the most families ever flown with the program this year.
Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) is celebrating its art collection and the artists who contributed to it at a public open house on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. Many of the fine art pieces that were displayed in the former airport now hang in the new SLCDA office space, which will be open for a special viewing.
Thanksgiving weekend marks the beginning of the holiday travel season, and Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) officials are prepared to welcome thousands of passengers this week.
The busiest travel days are projected to be on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and Sunday, Nov. 27. On each of these days, about 30,000 passengers are expected to come through the airport’s front doors with many more connecting.
Ribbon Cutting for Treat: Treat—an upscale health and wellness center—is opening at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) in Concourse B. SLC is only the third airport nationwide to open a Treat location. Treat offers health services, such as IV drips, injections and wellness products. The location also offers relaxation services, a meditation room, and visual decompression with VR goggles. This is the final concession to open as part of Phase 1 of The New SLC.
Salt Lake City Department of Airports Master Plan Meeting.
The SLCDA is planning for the future of Tooele Valley Airport (TVY).
The community is invited to attend a public meeting to learn about the master planning process, ask questions and provide input about the future of TVY.
Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) Master Plan Meeting.
The SLCDA is planning for the future of South Valley Regional Airport (SVR).
The community is invited to attend a public meeting to learn about the master planning process, ask questions and provide input about the future of SVR.
As the steel structure for The New SLC-Phase 3 continues to take shape, the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) is preparing to select concessions for the nine-gate expansion of Concourse B-east.
As of Oct. 10, 2022, the public procurement process seeking concessions for The New SLC-Phase 3 has begun. SLCDA is looking for a variety of local, regional and national brands for the 13 retail and restaurant spaces that will open in the coming years. The first five gates of Phase 3 are scheduled to open in fall of 2024, followed by four additional gates in the fall of 2025.
Sep 13 2022
The New SLC Phase 4 Fact Sheet
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports conducted a review to evaluate extending Concourse B by 16 gates to the east–Phase 4 of The New SLC Airport Redevelopment Program. The review established facility requirements, determined physical and economic feasibility, and defined a conceptual layout plan along with estimated construction costs.
To mark the second anniversary of The New SLC Airport opening, officials are planning a Worker Appreciation Event to thank those who have transformed the vision for the new airport into reality. The airport has been tracking the number of hours worked to build The New SLC from day one of construction—in July 2014—to present and the grand total comes to 12 million trade hours.