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Cheap Tickets to Salt Lake City Airport

Cheap Flights to Salt Lake City

Used as the backdrop for several popular movies, including the 1994 comedy Dumb and Dumber, Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is one of the nation's largest airports and the primary aviation gateway into Utah. PC World Magazine ranks it as one of the best airports for tech travelers. Conveniently located near more than 40 state and national parks, Salt Lake City International Airport is within an hour's drive of a dozen major ski resorts. The airport is also near numerous golf courses, including the adjacent Wingpointe Golf Course.

Salt Lake City International Airport

Located approximately 4 miles west of downtown, Salt Lake City International Airport has three passenger terminals and five arrival and departure concourses. Terminals 1 and 2 are designated for domestic flights, and a separate terminal supports international traffic. The three terminals are connected on the second level. Travelers can book flights to Salt Lake City International Airport on major carriers like American and United as well as low-cost airlines, such as JetBlue and Southwest. The airport is also a major hub for Delta Airlines. You can reach the city by the TRAX rail system, Green Line surface buses, airport shuttle vans and taxis. The average cab fare from the airport to downtown Salt Lake City is approximately $30.

Attractions in Salt Lake City

The capital of Utah, Salt Lake City features museums, parks and 19th-century architecture. The Natural History Museum of Utah is renowned for its dinosaur skeletons, and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts houses an 18,000-piece collection that spans more than 5,000 years. This Is the Place Heritage Park features a monument to the Mormon settlers of Utah and a recreated frontier village that includes several historic buildings relocated to the site. Sugarhouse Park, built on the site of a former prison, is popular with outdoor enthusiasts and is the setting for the city's large Independence Day fireworks display. Dominated by the 210-foot-tall spires of the Salt Lake City Temple, Temple Square is the most visited place in Utah. Historical buildings include the Salt Lake City and County Building, the Utah State Capitol and the Beehive House. Families who embark on flights to Salt Lake City will enjoy the 150-acre Red Butte Garden, the Hogle Zoo and Clark Planetarium.

Hints and Tips for Visiting Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City has arid, hot summers with average temperatures in the mid-80s and little rain. During the chilly winters, the city gets about 42 inches of snow. Average highs are in the low 40s.

Boasting over 3,000 hours of annual sunshine, the "Crossroads of the West" is a popular destination for hikers, anglers and mountain bikers as well as snowboarders and skiers. Cultural festivals hosted by Peruvians, Italians, Greeks and other groups celebrate the community's ethnic diversity with live music and food throughout the year. In addition to dishes featuring local honey and raspberries, other distinctive offerings include deep-fried scones and pastrami burgers. A typical restaurant offers meals for two ranging from $25 to $35.

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