Salt Lake City Live Flight Departures
|Charlotte (CLT)||American Airlines||AA2905||00:32||Scheduled|
|Los Angeles (LAX)||Delta Air Lines||DL8840||04:20||Scheduled|
|Denver (DEN)||Frontier Airlines||F9570expand_more(1)||05:15||Scheduled|
|Denver (DEN)||SkyWest Airlines||OO5668expand_more(2)||05:30||Scheduled|
|Denver (DEN)||Air Canada||AC4500||05:30||Scheduled|
|Denver (DEN)||United Airlines||UA5668||05:30||Scheduled|
|Denver (DEN)||Southwest Airlines||WN2174||05:45||Scheduled|
|Chicago (MDW)||Southwest Airlines||WN518||06:00||Scheduled|
|Dallas (DFW)||American Airlines||AA1214expand_more(2)||06:00||Scheduled|
|Dallas (DFW)||British Airways||BA5448||06:00||Scheduled|
|Oakland (OAK)||Southwest Airlines||WN1572||06:15||Scheduled|
|Seattle (SEA)||SkyWest Airlines||OO3459expand_more(4)||06:20||Scheduled|
|Seattle (SEA)||Alaska Airlines||AS3459||06:20||Scheduled|
|Seattle (SEA)||British Airways||BA7548||06:20||Scheduled|
|Seattle (SEA)||Japan Airlines||JL5469||06:20||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||SkyWest Airlines||OO5976expand_more(5)||06:27||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||Air Canada||AC4393||06:27||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||Air China||CA7406||06:27||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||Air New Zealand||NZ9624||06:27||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||All Nippon Airways||NH7303||06:27||Scheduled|
|San Francisco (SFO)||United Airlines||UA5976||06:27||Scheduled|
Salt Lake City International Airport is located approximately five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake city, in the state of Utah. It is an American airport, with the official IATA code of SLC. Delta Air Lines uses SLC as its fourth busiest hub, and the airport is also a hub for a couple of Delta Connection carriers, such as SkyWest Airlines and Compass Airlines. Passengers on Salt Lake City International Airport departure flights will find a good selection of facilities within the terminal buildings, and also have access to several means of ground transportation, if it is preferable not to park at the airport.
The airport of Salt Lake City is nearby to the Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area, the Wingpointe Golf Course, North Salt Lake and Rose Park. It is also just off the Interstate 80, which is the main access road of the airport. Although the airport is not the only one in the Wasatch Front area (and surrounding counties), it is the airport that offers the majority of commercial airline services. Airports nearby include the Provo Municipal Airport with a daily flight to and from Denver, and the Ogden-Hinckley Airport, that has bi-weekly flights. Salt Lake City International Airport is conveniently located for over 2.5 million people in the surrounding areas, and handles approximately twenty million passengers per annum. It is therefore rated as the 21st busiest airport in the country and the 26th busiest in North America for passenger traffic. In terms of aircraft movements, it is the 24th busiest in the world.
The main airline companies present at the airport are Delta Air Lines, SkyWest Airlines and Compass Airlines, that account for approximately 74% of the market share. The following top five airline carriers are Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, American Airlines and American Eagle, while Frontier Airlines is considered as another important airline carrier at Salt Lake City International. Frontier has regular flights to Denver, and seasonal flights to Cancun in Mexico. The most popular domestic flights used are those to Denver, Phoenix, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas/Fort Worth, Portland, New York City and Minneapolis. International flights are handled by the airline companies of Delta Air Lines and Compass Airlines to Paris, Vancouver, Ontario, Puerto Vallarta and Cancun.
Salt Lake City International Airport comprises of two terminal buildings that are made up of five concourses, referred to as A, B, C, D and E. The terminals are Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, and each are served by several airline companies, although Terminal 2 is the main building for the operations of Delta Air Lines and SkyWest Airlines. Passengers departing with other airline carriers will go to Terminal 1, with Concourses A and B. A few of the gates in Concourse D are used for international flights (D2, D4 and D6).
Outside of the terminals is the Hourly/Daily Parking Garage, with plenty of spaces for private vehicles. This area may be used for short to medium-term stays at the airport. Passengers departing for longer periods can use the Economy Lot, that has much cheaper rates. It is further from the terminals, and transport is therefore provided by free shuttle buses. Both terminals are well equipped for the needs of departing passengers, with many services, shops and restaurants. Popular shops include Duty Free Americas, EA Sports, Fresh Market, Mountain News, Utah’s Own, the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Cat Cora’s Gourmet Market, while popular restaurants and fast food outlets include Auntie Anne’s, French Meadow Bakery, McDonalds, Seattle’s Best Coffee, Smashburger, UFood Grill, Wendy’s, Manchu Wok, the High West Distillery, Great Wraps and Starbucks. There are free Wi-Fi services available, fax and photocopying services, shoe shine services, paging services and banking and cash machines. Additional facilities also include FedEx drop boxes, Zions Bank for exchanging foreign currency, baby changing areas and lost and found offices. To assist with luggage there are carts available. The airport also features a Sky Club that is operated by Delta Air Lines, located in the connector building between Concourses C and D.
The entire airport of Salt Lake City is accessible by disabled passengers. Assistance is possible to arrange with the airline company concerned, and throughout the terminals there are suitable restroom facilities, ramps and elevators. Restaurants and shops have wide isles that can be navigated in a wheelchair, as well as low counters, and most of the public telephones of the airport can easily be reached by a person in a wheelchair. There are also TDD phones for persons with hearing impairments.
Passengers on Salt Lake City International Airport departure flights should arrive approximately ninety minutes before their plane is scheduled to leave. This should leave enough time for check-in and the security screening processes. Two hours should be allowed for international flights. For the check-in process, passengers will require a government issued photo identification (persons over the age of eighteen). Passengers may also be asked questions regarding their luggage items, which should be answered as honestly as possible. Keep in mind that online check-in options or self-service check-in kiosks could be available for certain flights. Only ticketed passengers are then allowed beyond the screening checkpoints, and they may bring with them one item of hand luggage and one personal item, such as a purse, backpack or laptop computer. Electronic items will be subject to additional screening, and all passengers will need to show items of a liquid substance to the security officials. The new regulations for the carrying of liquids in hand luggage are applicable at Salt Lake City International Airport.
For a departure flight, the airline company should be informed if you are travelling with an infant, if a disabled person is travelling and if the passenger will be an unaccompanied minor.
A Salt Lake City International Airport departure flight can be reached by the public UTA buses that offer transport from the city centre, by taxi from any area in the vicinity or by private shuttle services, such as All Resort Express, Alta Shuttle and Canyon Transportation. In later years, there will be a light rail line to the airport from downtown Salt Lake City.