Salt Lake City’s new Concourse B, building on new Concourse A

Salt Lake City's new Concourse B, building on new Concourse A

With two new concourses replacing older facilities, it’s an all-new experience at Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City opened phase one of Concourse B on 27 October with an initial 11 gates – rising to 44 when all three phases are complete.

This builds on phase one of Concourse A, which opened on 15 September with 25 initial gates, growing to 47 when phase two finishes.

Now, all airlines at SLC operate from new facilities, effectively creating a brand-new airport – the so-called New SLC.  

Network-wise, SLC has 85 routes in the current week, starting 11 November, according to OAG schedules data. 

With 104 weekly one-way flights, Denver is by far the top destination, led by Phoenix (70), Atlanta (68), Los Angeles (65), Seattle (63), Dallas Fort Worth (59), San Francisco (56), Las Vegas (53), Chicago O’Hare (44), and Minneapolis (42).

Delta has 82% of the airport’s 1,940 one-way flights, followed by Southwest with 5%.

Salt Lake City's new Concourse B, building on new Concourse A

The New SLC following the opening of the airport’s two new concourses.


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