Terminals Salt Lake City Airport

At Salt Lake City Airport there are three Terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and the International Terminal (IAB).

 

The Terminals at SLC Airport are distributed in a half-circle shape.

 

In total, SLC Airport has 5 concourses (C, D, E, F and G).

 

 

Transfer between Terminals

Please note that the terminals are connected to each other, whilst passengers can reach their respectives boarding gates through the second level of each terminal.

 

 

Present & future

SLC Airport is undergoing a redevelopment program which will consist into a new terminal complex. It is planned to replace the current terminals with a new integrated terminal.

 

The redevelopment program will replace obsolete facilities with a flexible, sustainable and modern design.

 

The redevelopment will underwent into different phases between 2023 and 2024, even though, the terminal building, some portions of west, north and south concourses and the parking garage will be completed in 2020.

 

 

Terminals

See more information about the Terminals at Salt Lake City Airport as follows:

 

Salt Lake City Airport Terminal 1

Salt Lake City Airport Terminal 1 is a domestic and regional terminal.

It is home of Concourses F & G.

Boarding gates:

- F: F1-F9 and F10-F22.

- G: G1-G8.

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Salt Lake City Airport Terminal 2

Salt Lake City Airport Terminal 2 stands for a domestic and international terminal.

It is home of Concourse C.

Boarding gates: C1-C13.

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Salt Lake City Airport International Terminal (IAB)

Salt Lake City Airport International Terminal is used for international flights, chartered flights and houses U.S. Customs as well.

It is home of Concourses D and E.

Boarding gates:

- D: D1-D13.

Please note that Delta Airlines exclusively uses Concourse D.

- E: E60-E85.

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