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What is the size of carry on luggage?
can I access skype at the airport using an app on my device or do I HAVE to go through a browser to skype?
I am meeting someone arriving from a direct flight from Paris to SLC, but not sure where to meet them in the terminal
how long will it take walking? is there a shuttle between airlines (delta & southwest)?
Is a 35 min layover on delta airlines long enough to switch flights at 8:00 tues morn
Left Delta Gate 21 or 22 for Missoula Montana on July 8, 2016 at 10:05 pm, flight 2851. Kindle Fire HD tablet left either in seating area or bathroom next to the gate. Black cloth case, white foam insert.
32G card with LOTS of needed files!
At SLC, ef you lost the item anywhere in the airport call Lost & Found at 801-575-2427 or e-mail
My son left his laptop on flight from Cincinnati to SLC 12/15/11, was in seat 8f, computer in black 'case logic' bag was left under seat. He is devastated! If found please contact Delta or email me at Reward offered. Thanks!
Items lost onboard the airplane are the responsibility of Delta. You need to contact Delta's Lost & Found department.
I contacted Delta and they don't have it, so I am assuming that someone else removed it from the plane! Or, he left it in the terminal. He's so upset, trying every avenue to find it.
If I'm flying Skywest out of SLC, do I check in at the Delta terminal, or does Skywest have its own terminal?
Skywest is in the International Terminal, Concourse E, which has gates E60-85. Look at your ticket for gate number. Concourses & gates are easily reached from level 2 of the terminal.
Does anyone know if there is a restaurant somewhere before security? We have a layover her & want to eat with family that lives in SLC.
There are restaurants in the A terminal (nonDelta terminal) that are before security. Burger King, Starbucks, a deli...