Salt Lake, UT Airport Information
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
Salt Lake City International Airport, the nation's No. 1 on-time airport, offers over 700 flights by all major U.S. airlines, including Delta Air Lines, which flies to over 100 cities every day. International nonstop service is offered to Canada, Mexico, Paris, and London. The airport is only 8 miles, about 10 minutes, from the downtown convention district.
Travelers can choose from numerous dining options, including local favorites such as Squatters Pub, High West Distillery, and Market Street Grill. The airport also offers an award-winning area of retail stores and a full-service business center.
Airline carriers serving Salt Lake City International Airport
- Alaska Airlines
Salt Lake, UT Train Information
Salt Lake City Station
Amtrak services the downtown Salt Lake City Station with its Zephyr train, which offers scenic travel between Salt Lake, Denver, Chicago, Reno, and San Francisco.
Salt Lake, UT Ground Transportation
Utah Transit Authority (UTA) TRAX and Bus Lines
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides excellent public transportation services to Salt Lake, including the airport and surrounding ski resorts. Vehicle options include buses and TRAX light rail. The free-fare zone covers the downtown convention district. Direct service from the airport to downtown Salt Lake costs $2.50 each way, and trains depart every 15 minutes.
Car-rental facilities are widely available in Salt Lake. On-site car-rental companies at the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.
Salt Lake has three main taxi companies with 24-hour service: City Cab, Yellow Cab, and Ute Cab. The airport's taxi booths are located outside baggage claim at Door 7 in Terminal 1 and Door 11 in Terminal 2. The ride from the airport to downtown takes 10 minutes and costs around $24. Uber and Lyft are available throughout Salt Lake.