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Salt Lake City International Airport

Delta is Salt Lake City’s largest global carrier, offering more flights out of Utah than all-other carriers combined, with more than 230 peak-day departures to nearly 90 destinations across the globe, including nonstop service to trans-Atlantic destinations like Amsterdam, London and Paris. 

Recent Network Developments 

In summer 2024, Delta’s peak-day seats in SLC will increase 5% year over year, with new service to Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, and Santa Barbara.



In September 2020, Delta’s growth expanded at Salt Lake City International Airport with the launch of a 900,000-square-foot Concourse A. Summer 2023 saw the opening of nine additional gates, and in October 2023, in partnership with the Salt Lake City Department of Airports, Delta finished the eastern portion of Concourse A with 22 more gates, bringing the airline’s gate total to 50 at SLC. The expansion also included a new Delta Need Help Center for customers looking for travel assistance, as well as 19 new restaurants and shops.

Earlier in 2023, Delta also further cemented its position as the leading global carrier in SLC with a new lease agreement with Salt Lake City that increases Delta’s gate count from 55 to 66, with an anticipated completion in 2027.

Pilot Training Facility 

In June 2023, Delta broke ground on a new pilot training facility. Located next to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), the 47,000-square-foot facility will complement Delta’s Atlanta training facility and is scheduled to open in 2025. Upon completion, the new facility will have capacity for 10 simulators, beginning with four simulators at its opening. 

Delta Sky Club 

Opened in 2020, the 28,000-square-foot Delta Sky Club at Salt Lake City boasts a unique look inspired by the canyons and landscape of the region. The Club offers guests views of the Wasatch Range from the covered open-air Sky Deck and a 360-degree fireplace in the middle of the lounge. 

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