See below for a list of airport services. More information can be found on the Salt Lake City International Airport Guide.
Salt Lake City International Airport has facilities and services to accommodate those with functional needs or that need extra help. Some of these include: TDD phones are available in both terminal lobbies and throughout the concourses, wheelchairs with attendants, accessible restrooms, shops and restaurants. Elevators are located near the stairs and escalators. Wheelchair service is arranged through the airlines and airport personnel are available to assist customers. Use a white paging phone and dial “0” or call 801-575-2400 or 801-647-5159 to request assistance. Arrangements can also be made in advance by calling 801-647-5159. TSA Cares is a program to help travelers with disabilities through security check points. Passengers can call TSA Cares at 1-855-787-2227.
For more information, visit our Accessibility page.
Animal Relief Stations
There are three animal relief stations outside security, two near the parking garage across from Terminals One and Two, and another located between Terminal Two and the International Terminal. These are grassy areas equipped with waste stations and space to exercise pets and relieve animals. There are also two areas within security designated for the same purpose on Concourse B (outside Gate B13) and Concourse E (outside Gate E1), both of which are wheelchair accessible. Contact SLC Airport Operations at 1-801-647-5159 or an airline representative for escort to the pet relief areas in the secure area.
To locate the airport's animal relief stations, visit the Airport Terminal Map.
The Salt Lake City International Airport art collection is displayed throughout both terminals, most noticeably on the connectors between terminals.
Zions Bank Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are located in the lobbies of Terminal One and Terminal Two. Additional ATMs (US Bank) are located throughout the secure side of the airport and serve members in the following networks: Fastbank, Pulse, Visa, Plus, MasterCard, Cirrus, Maestro, American Express, Discover, and Quest.
Power outlets are available throughout the terminals, including the connector between Terminal One and Terminal Two.
Federal Express drop boxes are located at the top of Concourse A in Terminal One and on the connector between Concourses C and D in Terminal Two.
Fax machines are available for use for free at Gordon Biersch Brewery in Terminal One.
Foreign Currency Exchange
Foreign Currency Exchange is available through Travelex. The Travelex kiosk is located in Concourse D near gate D2. Hours of operation are 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.travelex.com.
Facilities for caring for infants are located throughout the airport. Diaper changing tables are located in most of the men’s and women’s restrooms.
Rooms designated as “Special Needs” or “Infant Care” can accommodate private nursing. These rooms are in the lobbies of both terminals. They are also located beyond the security screening checkpoints. In Terminal One, there is a room in the middle of Concourse B. In Terminal Two, rooms are located at the top Concourse C, across from gate C-1, at the top of Concourse D, across from gates D-1 and D-6 and near gate E-60 in the lobby of Concourse E.
The “Infant Care” rooms on Concourse B, at the top of Concourse C, at the top of Concourse D, near gates D-6 and E-60 accommodate private nursing without restroom facilities.
Information desks are located across from the baggage claim areas in Terminal One and Terminal Two. Call us 24 hours a day at 801-575-2400 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lost & Found
Items found in the public areas of the airport - including the security checkpoints - are taken to the Airport Lost and Found located on the mezzanine level of Terminal 1. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (MST), excluding holidays.
To report a lost item, call 801-575-2427 or submit a Lost Property Report.
Contact your airline regarding items lost onboard an aircraft or lost luggage.
Carts are available outside both terminals, in the baggage claim areas and throughout the concourses from cash and credit card-operated machines. Skycap service is available in front of both terminals for most airlines and in the parking garage for Terminal Two passengers only.
Both terminals have mail drop boxes beyond security screening. In Terminal One, the mailbox is located near the top of Concourse A. In Terminal Two, the mailbox is on the connector between Concourses C and D, near the Delta Sky Club. Stamps are available at post-security ATMs and at select newsstands.
Paging is accomplished by dialing "0" on a white paging phone located in the telephone banks throughout the airport or by dialing 801-575-2600.
Both terminals have shoeshine stands operated by Goodfellows Shoeshine. The stand in Terminal One is located at the top of the escalators after security screening. In Terminal Two, stands are located at the top of Concourse C.
Skycap Bag Service Curbside Check-in
Skycap check-in is available on the curbs in front of both terminals for Alaska, Delta, United, and Southwest Airlines. Delta Air Lines offers this service inside the parking garage and along the curb. Skycaps are available to assist passengers to all airline ticket counters for a fee.
- Alaska Airlines: 5:00 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
- Delta Air Lines (curbside): 5:15 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
- Delta Air Lines (parking garage): 5:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
- Southwest Airlines: 4:15 a.m. to time season dependent
Skycap service can vary based on travel season. To confirm skycap service times, check with your airline.
Sky Club (Delta)
Delta Air Lines' Sky Club is located in the connector between Concourses C and D.
Smoking and vaping (or e-cigarettes) are permitted only in designated areas in front of the terminals, or in smoking lounges located on each concourse. To locate the airport smoking areas, visit the Airport Terminal Map.
Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake City International Airport are planning to phase out the five smoking rooms currently in use. The six month plan will begin on July 5 with the closure of the smoking room in Concourse D, and the final smoking room permanently closing the week of December 19. Learn more.
Payphones and TDD phones are available in both terminal lobbies and throughout the concourses.
Assistance with translating languages is available by dialing "0" on a white paging phone.
Water Bottle Filling Stations
|Concourse A Gate - A4|
|Concourse B Gate - B5A|
|Concourse B Gate - B5B|
|Concourse B Gate - B11A|
|Concourse B Gate - Lower B|
|Terminal Two Post Screening|
|Concourse C Gate - C7|
|Concourse C Lower /Door 159|
|Concourse D Gate - D1A|
|Concourse D Gate - D1B|
|Concourse D Gate - D6A|
|Concourse D Gate - D6B|
|Concourse E Gate-E60|
|Terminal Two Lobby|
|Terminal Two Bag Claim #6|
|Car Rental Lobby|
|Terminal One Bag Claim #1|
|Terminal One Post Screening (Level Two)|
Free wireless internet service is available throughout the airport. Following the instructions:
Open your device's wireless network connection window and select SLCAirport.wifi, then click CONNECT.
Once connected, start your browser.
A security pop-up will open. Click YES to accept the terms and proceed.
Then Click CONNECT to receive free airport Wi-Fi.
The Salt Lake City International Airport homepage will then open.
You can now browse to your desired destination.