Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is a public airport located in western Salt Lake City, Utah.
The airport is the second largest and one of the fastest growing hubs for Delta Air Lines, as well as hubs for Delta Connection partners ExpressJet and SkyWest. The airport also has a strong Southwest Airlines presence. The airport spans over 7,600 acres and consists of four runways, five concourses in two terminals with 90 aircraft parking spots, an international terminal with customs facilities, as well as maintenance, cargo, FBO, general aviation, Utah Air National Guard, Life Flight, and other landside and airside facilities. An 18-hole golf course known as Wingpointe lies adjacent to the airport. The Salt Lake International Airport is one the the closest airports to it's city center anywhere in the U.S.
According to the Air Traffic Statistics and Activity Report, from July 2006 - July 2007 exactly 21,951,200 passegers flew through the Salt Lake International Airport. Back in September 2007, there were over 450 scheduled airline departures per day to over 110 non-stop destinations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, averaging around two million passengers per month and 66,000 passengers per day flying through Salt Lake City International Airport. Forty of the fifty states can be reached non-stop from Salt Lake City. The airport will saw its first TransAtlantic route back in June 2008 when Delta begins non-stop service to Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris, France.