Posted on December 27th, 2022
Salt Lake City International is a commercial airport located approximately four miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. SLC is the largest commercial airport in Utah and is the 23rd busiest airport in the US. Despite this busy commercial presence, general aviation and private jets account for nearly 20% of the airport’s total traffic.
The approach to Salt Lake City is picturesque, with the Wasatch Mountains to the city’s east and north and the Oquirrh Range to the west. SLC has three long runways for commercial jets and a shorter east runway mainly utilized by private jets.
As previously mentioned, this east runway separates commercial and private jets in the airspace. There are two FBOs, including separate terminal buildings for private jets and passengers at SLC.
SLC and the Great Salt Lake are northwest of downtown Salt Lake, the cities of Bountiful and Ogden are north, Sandy is south, and Park City is southeast of the airport. Private jet facilities near the main terminals include rental cars, limos, and town cars. Aircraft accommodations include refueling, ramp and heated hangars, deicing, helicopters, and U.S. Customs.
The main airport and terminal buildings are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The FBOs are open the same 24 hours daily.
Airport Codes: SLC (FAA and IATA), KSLC (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N40-47.3 / W111-58.7
Operating Hours: 24-Hours Commercial and FBO Terminals
FBO: There are 2 fixed-based operators (FBOs)
Runway: 16L/34R – 12,002 ft. long is the longest runway.
U.S. Customs: Yes, and U.S. Customs Pre-Clearance.
Address: 776 N Terminal Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84122
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