Salt Lake City International Airport (Slc)

• Eight airlines and their affiliates serve Salt Lake City International Airport: American, Continental, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, SkyWest, Southwest, United and US Airways. Visit the web page at: slcairport.com for flight schedules.

• It is a hub for Delta Air Lines. Along with commuter partners, they operate around 219 scheduled daily domestic flights.

• The airport served 20 million passengers in 2011.

• The airport ranks 26th busiest in North America and 64th busiest in the world in terms of passenger numbers.

• The airport has a strong on-time performance record.

• There were 357,996 operations (take-offs and landings) in 2011 including commercial air traffic, general aviation and military activity.

• Delta Air Lines offers non-stop service from Salt Lake City to Paris.

• There are 626 scheduled daily flights from the facility serving nearly 90 cities with non-stop flights.

• Salt Lake City International Airport is the recipient of many international awards for excellence in snow and ice removal.

• There are four runways at Salt Lake City International Airport. Three air carrier runways and one general aviation runway.

• The airport complex is made up of two terminals, five concourses and 86 gates.

• The airport offers free wireless internet access and has an interactive language translation service – “Language Line”.

• The airport is located about 15 minutes from the Salt Palace Convention Center and downtown hotels.

• Eleven major ski resorts are within an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport.

• There is convenient access from the airport to five national and 42 state parks.

• Gateway to 100 golf courses statewide, 24 in Salt Lake County and 26 more within an hour’s drive. Alpine courses in the nearby Wasatch Mountains are world famous. Wingpointe Golf Course, an 18-hole course set into the natural environment, is conveniently located adjacent to the Salt Lake City International Airport.