Oct 12 2017
Mayor Jackie Biskupski selects airline industry and logistics expert Bill Wyatt to lead Salt Lake City Department of Airports
Today, Mayor Jackie Biskupski announced Bill Wyatt as her choice for the Executive Director of the Salt Lake City Department of Airports.
ACI announces the 2017 inductees into the ACI Director General’s Roll of Excellence. The honour recognizes those airports which, in the opinion of the passengers who participated in ACI’s Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Surveys, have consistently delivered excellence in customer service.
Mayor Jackie Biskupski has announced the appointment of longtime airport management professional Russell Pack as Interim Executive Director of Salt Lake City International Airport.
The SLC Airport’s Park and Wait Lot is relocating on June 1, 2017, to make way for construction of an elevated roadway as part of The New SLC—the airport’s terminal redevelopment program.
Apr 13 2017
SLC Airport Director Announces Retirement
The Salt Lake City Dept. of Airports (SLCDA) Executive Director Maureen Riley has announced plans to retire June 30, 2017. Riley has served as the Airport director for the past 10 years. She was appointed to the position by former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson in February 2007.
The Salt Lake City Dept. of Airports (SLCDA) has awarded Austin Okland Aviation the contract to build the North Concourse construction project, which is part of The New SLC redevelopment program.
The New SLC is still a few years away from opening its doors, but an orientation process about doing business at the new Airport is about to begin.
Feb 08 2017
SLC Announces Successful Bond Sale
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports today announced successful results of the sale of $1 billion of airport revenue bonds. Very strong demand and investor confidence resulted in the 30-year bonds being sold at rates below 3.8 percent.
Jan 10 2017
SLC Reports Record Passenger Growth
Salt Lake City International Airport is reporting record passenger growth from November 2015 through November 2016, with passenger counts totaling 23,043,149, an increase of nearly 4.3 percent.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports has announced that the budget for the Terminal Redevelopment Program has increased by $350 million primarily because of rising construction and labor costs.