Mar 29 2019
Artists Sought for The New SLC Airport
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports and the Salt Lake Arts Council have announced an exciting opportunity for artists.
The New SLC Redevelopment Program celebrated another major milestone on March 19, 2019, when one of the last steel beams was placed on top of the North Concourse building.
Mar 15 2019
Topping Out Ceremony for the North Concourse
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports will mark another major milestone in the construction of The New SLC. One of the last steel beams will be raised to a
high point on top of the North Concourse.
The numbers have been tabulated and the results show another record-breaking year at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)—the third consecutive year of passenger growth. From January through December 2018, passenger counts totaled 25,554,244, which is an increase of 5.6 percent. This is the first time SLC has logged more than 25 million passengers within a 12-month period.
Feb 20 2019
Salt Lake City International Airport Announces Restaurants for the First Phase of the New SLC Airport
Come fall of 2020, passengers flying through Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) are going to be wowed not only by a new airport, but by the wide array of food and beverage options to choose from. From American and Asian to Italian and Mexican, passengers’ palates will be delighted with the selection.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) will be announcing the food and beverage component for the first phase of The New SLC Redevelopment Program, coming in September of 2020. SLCDA went through the city’s procurement process resulting in the selection of a number of companies that will build and operate 23 concepts, including local and national brands.
Federal workers at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) had lunch courtesy of Mayor Jackie Biskupski today. Mayor Biskupski provided pizza for workers from Customs and Boarder Protection (CBP), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to thank them for their ongoing service and to help boost morale during the government shutdown.
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) will be extra busy in the coming days as passengers board flights for holiday travel. But have no fear, SLC has been ranked one of the least stressful airports to fly into during the holiday season.
The review process is complete, the selections have been made and the contracts signed. And now the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is ready to announce the retail, news and gift stores for the first phase of The New SLC Redevelopment Program opening in fall of 2020.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) will be announcing the retail shops that have been selected for the first phase of The New SLC Redevelopment Program, coming in fall of 2020.