The New SLC: Rebuilding for the Future
Building a new terminal complex is a massive undertaking, but the end result will be well worth the effort. Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) serves more than 24 million passengers a year from facilities that were designed 50 years ago, which were intended to serve half as many travelers.
A lot has changed since the early 1960s. SLC has grown into a hub airport, with many flights arriving and leaving around the same time. Security needs have evolved, and there is a need for buildings that meet earthquake safety standards.
SLC's existing facilities have served the community well, but it’s time to make way for the next generation of airport design.
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The New SLC construction is making a tremendous economic impact on Salt Lake City and the State of Utah. Learn more at Economic Impact Analysis.