Salt Lake City International Airport is the only international airport in the state and serves as one of the hubs for Delta Air Lines. The airport has consistently ranked
first in on-time departures and had the fewest cancellations among U.S. airports. The airport has non-stop service to over 100 destinations throughout the United
States, Canada, and Mexico, as well as to Amsterdam, London and Paris.
Canyonlands Field (near Moab), Cedar City Regional Airport, Ogden-Hinckley Airport, Provo Municipal
Airport, St. George Regional Airport, and Vernal Regional Airport all provide limited commercial air service. A new regional airport at St. George opened on January 12,
2011. SkyWest Airlines is also headquartered in St. George and maintains a hub at Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City International Airport Photo by Mark Stevens
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is a civil-military airport
situated around four miles west of Downtown Salt Lake City. The airport is the closest commercial airport for
over 2.5 million people and is within a 30-minute drive of nearly 1.3 million jobs.
The airport is the fourth-largest hub for Delta Air Lines, as well as a hub for Delta Connection carrier SkyWest Airlines with nearly 300 daily departures. Following Delta and Delta Connection, the largest carriers are Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.
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The airport contains more than 7,700 acres and there are four runways. The runways are typically oriented in a NNW/SSE magnetic direction because of the consistent prevailing winds in this direction.
Runway 16L/34R is 12,004 feet surfaced in Asphalt
Runway 16R/34L is 12,000 feet surfaced in Concrete
Runway 17/35 is 9,596 feet surfaced in Asphalt
Runway 14/32 is 4,892 feet surfaced in Asphalt
St. George Regional Airport
St. George Regional Airport Photo by Jim and Lilly White
St. George Regional Airport (SGU) is a city-owned, public-use airport
situated five nautical miles southeast of the central business district of St. George, a city in Washington County, Utah
The existing airport opened on January 13, 2011, and replaced the previous, smaller land-locked St. George Municipal Airport,
on top of a mesa in the city, which was unsuitable for expansion the city
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St. George Regional Airport contains 1,204 acres and features a single runway designated 1/19 with an asphalt surface measuring 9,300 by 150 feet. The
airport includes a 35,000-square-foot terminal.
Provo Municipal Airport
Provo Municipal Airport (PVU) is a public airport
located two miles west of Provo, in Utah County, Utah. The airport hosts Allegiant Air flights to two airports - Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. It is the second busiest public airport in Utah by aircraft movements, with 172,000 aircraft operations in the year ending May 2007.
Provo Municipal Airport consists of 869 acres and there are two runways and two helipads:
Runway 13/31 is 8,599 × 150 feet with an Asphalt surface.
Runway 18/36 is 6,614 × 150 feet with an Asphalt surface.
Helipad H1 is 40 × 40 feet with a Concrete surface.
Helipad H2 is 40 × 40 feet with Concrete surface.
Wendover Airport (charter flights)
Wendover Airport (ENV) is a county-owned, public-use airport located
just one nautical mile southeast of the central business district of Wendover, a city in Tooele County, Utah.
Wendover Airport includes 1,960 acres at an elevation of 4,237 feet above mean sea level. There are two runways with asphalt surfaces:
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