In homage to the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, the Department of Airports and Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games partnered to unveil the resurrected Hoberman Arch at SLC Airport’s exit to welcome travelers to Salt Lake City. The massive arch, which formed the backdrop of the 2002 Medals Plaza stage, sits on a base that recognizes Salt Lake City’s role as an Olympic and Paralympic host city.
What weighs 31,000 pounds, is made up of 4,000 individual pieces and resembles the movement of a human iris? Join the Salt Lake City Department of Airports and Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall for a unique unveiling event.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) has published its annual Environmental, Social and Governance Report, which highlights airport efforts to minimize negative environmental impacts and adhere to the highest standards in creating a more sustainability airport.
The numbers are in for fiscal year 2022/23, and the final count shows SLC International Airport has bypassed the previous record for total passengers recorded in a 12-month fiscal year period.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) is partnering with airlines and select government entities to conduct an emergency exercise the morning of Friday, June 30.
Jun 20 2023
Say Hello to The New SLC Phase 3 Concessions
Today, Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) announced 12 additional restaurants and retail shops planned for The New SLC Phase 3, which is slated to open in fall 2024.
Join the Salt Lake City Department of Airports for a tour and update on The New SLC--Phase 3 construction followed by an announcement of the restaurants and shops selected for Phase 3. Phase 3 includes the Concourse B Plaza and an initial five gates opening on Concourse B-east opening in October 2024.
Memorial Day weekend is the traditional kick-off to summer travel, and passengers should plan ahead when traveling through Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).
SLC expects the majority of passengers to depart on the Thursday and Friday leading up to the holiday weekend. On Thursday, May 25, 26,000 passengers are expected through the front door and on Friday, May 26, about 27,000 passengers are expected to depart from SLC. The same number of passengers are expected to arrive at SLC each day as well. These numbers are consistent with Memorial Day numbers from 2022.
The first flight to depart from Salt Lake City International Airport’s Concourse A-east pulled back from Gate A-29 at 7:05 a.m. MST on Delta Air Line’s flight #394 to Atlanta with approx. 200 passengers on board.
During an early morning ceremony, a 45’ wide by 14’ tall curtain opened to unveil half of Concourse A-east and the first five operating gates. It is the first look the public has had of the east side of Concourse A, which will mirror Concourse A-west when completed.
Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) and Delta Air Lines are unveiling the first five gates and half of Concourse A-east. The first flight out will be Delta’s flight #394 to Atlanta.
The program begins Tuesday, May 16 at 5:30 a.m. Media should plan to be onsite at 5 a.m. to pick up a gate pass to go through security screening. TSA is requesting media and guests for the event use the Pre-Check Lane to expedite the screening process.