Salt Lake City SLC Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Salt Lake City SLC Airport

SLCAirport Layout, Getting Around, International Arrivals,Terminal Details & Important Telephone numbers:

The passenger terminal complex at Salt Lake City Airport consists of three terminals - T1 with Concourses A & B;  T2 with Concourse C;  and  the International Building IAB with Concourses D & E  (all concourses are connected at post-security)
- arranged east to west, in a semi-circle surrounding the short-term parking garage.  Smoking rooms in the concourses are being demolished up to mid-Dec. 2016 for much-needed room.
NOTE: The Airport will gradually replace the present terminals with a new integrated terminal with North & South Concourses - (see last paragraph of this page.)

Getting around SLC: 
Terminals are connected to each other and concourses and gates are easily reached from level 2 of their respective terminals.
International arrivals: 
Unless you have gone through US customs clearance at participating airports in Canada and the Caribbean, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag.
APC kiosks are available to eligible users - replacing the old customs declaration form and expediting entry process by following on-sceen instruction. 
Curbside check-in (subject to passenger volume:
Alaska Airlines - 8am-5pm
Delta Air Lines - 5am-11pm
(at Terminal Two curb and drive-through lane of the parking garage)
United Airlines (Bags Inc.) - 4am-6:30pm
Southwest Airlines (Air Service) - 4:30am-8:30pm.
Temporary Rental Car Service is available in the Quick Turn Around (QTA) building.

TERMINAL DETAILS:  (Bring your empty water bottle - refill stations are now available at Concourses A,, B,C & D.) 
Terminal 1 of SLC serves Alaska, American, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest & United airlines.. 
    Ground level of T1
houses airline ticket counters to the right, baggage carousels 1-4 at left,  with screening area at center, leading to the Concourses A & B:
       Concourse A of T1, with gates A1-A8,  Concouse A is under phased renovation.
       Concourse B of T1 has 2 levels: the upper level has gates B1-B9 ; the lower level has gates B10-B22.
    Level 2 of T1 is mostly for eateries and stores and has an elevator to Level 3’s Terrace Restaurant.
NOTE: Concourse A is undergoing renovation work.

Terminal 2 of SLC
serves Delta Air Lines only.
    The ground level of of T2 houses airline ticket counters, baggage claim carousels 5 to 8, Zions Bank branch, CNBC News, & Starbucks - with outside ground transportation at the opposite side. After security check is accesto Concourse C.   
    Level 2 of T2 is mostly for eateries and shops, with a Business Service Center and an ATM machine, with access to Concourse C, and at opposite side the SkyBridge to the short-term parking garage, which has rental car counters on its ground level. 
       Concourse C of T2 with gates C1-C13, and a connector near gate C1 leading to Concourse D of the International Terminal.   

The Sky Club
is in the connector between Concourse C of Terminal 2 and Concourse D of International Terminal.

The International Building at SLC Airport - also referred to as IAB (and by airlines as IT):
   Ground level
houses with Delta check-in counters and access to Concourse E.  At the center of the ground level are concessions and to the right of it is the baggage claim area.
      Concourse E of IT
is shaped like a Y, with gates E60-85, and seems to be not in service.  Its  three ticket counter areas in front of are to serve gates E60-65; E66-83, and E84-85.  NOTE: the 'south leg' of Concourse E (except baggage room)  has been demolished.
   Level 2 of IT is mostly for eateries and shops, with a childen's play area, and offers access to Concourse D:
       Concourse D of IT, with gates D1-D13, serves Delta Airlines only. Concourse D has a connector to Concourse C of Terminal 2.

Important telephone numbers for Salt Lake City Airport:
ADA or language assistance - 801-575-2401
Airport contact - 801-575-2400 / toll free 800-595-2442
Emergency - 801-575-2911 /or 2405
Information - 801-359-3273
Lost & Found - 801-575-2427 (not to be used for items lost in gate area or onboard the airplane)
Medical Services - 801-575-2911 /or 2405
Paging someone - dial 0 on any of the white paging phones; from outside call 801-575-200
Parking - 801-575-2886
Police - 801-575-2400 /or 2911
Transportation Security Administration /TSA - 866-289-9673 or visit  

Under Phase I of the Terminal Redevelopment Program (TRP) - tentatively to be completed by 2016/17, phased renovation of Concourse A began, followed by demolition of (a) Concourse E's south leg (but not the baggage room), & (b) a temporary Rental Car facility (completed), and a number other related projects (including demolishion of South Concourse's apron area).  Thereafter, roadways of current terminal are being rerouted to make way for new roadways, and starting construction on new Terminal & its South & North Concourses; along with apron demolition & new apron construction. During the second half of  2016, smoking rooms are dismantled, freeing up 1,200 sq.feet of space, while in 2017 construction proceeds on a 5-level parking garage with rental car facility.
    The following Airport Transformation Project will be ongoing thereafter, including:
- Creation of a new consolidated terminal complex with one terminal and Concourses North & South.
- A new roadway system in front of it will separate arrivals & departures. Passenger pickup will be on level 1 - drop-off on level 2.
- A 5-level parking garage will have the rental cars on level 1, short-term parking on level 2, long-term parking on levels 3 - 5.
- The new Rental Car building (RAC) is to be in front of new parking garage, facing the new terminal.
- The Quick Turn-around facility (QTA) for rental cars will be south of the new parking garage.
- The Light Rail Station will be moved to be located within the new rental car building.
While the new consolidated terminal is to be completed by 2020, the entire project is scheduled for 2023.

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