About Salt Lake City International Airport
Salt Lake City International Airport (IATA: SLC) is an international civil-military airport located just outside Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. This airport serves the areas of Salt Lake City, Northern Utah, and even parts of Wyoming and Idaho, because it is the closest commercial airport within a large radius.
The airport has over 340 scheduled daily non-stop flights departing to 93 cities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe, and is also Delta Air Line's 4th-largest hub. The airport also ranks highly for on-time departures, arrivals and flight cancellations in the U.S., coming first in 2017. 2018 saw the airport handle over 25.5 million passengers, across over 332 thousand aircraft movements.
The airport was previously the location of an airfield, where it was used for aerobatic flights and training, followed by being used by the US Postal Service in 1920 where it was named Woodward Field. In 1930, the airport was renamed to Salt Lake City Municipal Airport, with the first terminal and airport administration building being built in the following years.