Lost and Found at SLC Airport
Traveling can be a hectic experience and in the rush, it's not uncommon to misplace personal items. If you've lost something at the Salt Lake City Airport, don't panic. Procedures for lost items can vary depending on where the item was misplaced. This article aims to guide you through the steps you need to take to retrieve your lost items, whether they were lost at a security checkpoint, on an aircraft, or in other areas of the airport.
Items Lost at Security Checkpoint
If you suspect that you've left something at a security checkpoint, the first step is to contact the TSA Lost & Found. You can do so by visiting the Lost & Found Website. Here you'll find information on how to report a lost item and the process TSA follows to return items to their rightful owners.
Items Lost on Aircraft/Lost Luggage
If you've lost an item on an aircraft or your luggage didn't arrive at baggage claim, you'll need to contact your airline directly. For a list of airlines served at SLC Airport, visit the Airlines Served page. Here are the contact details for some of the most popular airlines at SLC Airport:
Items Lost in Other Areas
If you've lost an item in other areas of the airport, such as the terminal or restrooms, these items are taken to the Airport Lost & Found. The office is located on the third level of the terminal in the Salt Lake City Department of Airports administration area.
The Lost & Found office is open from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (MT), Monday - Friday, and is closed for all City-observed holidays.
You can search through the Lost & Found inventory on the Lost & Found page. If you find your item, you can submit a claim directly on the website. If you cannot find your item, you can submit a general claim and the airport will notify you if your item is found.