Airports & Airlines
Salt Lake’s accessibility by air is exceptional. Salt Lake City International Airport is one of the West’s major hubs, served by 10 airlines and their affiliates offering over 700 scheduled flights per day. It is also closer to the city it serves than nearly any other airport—only ten minutes from downtown. Click here for more information on the airport.
Getting around is easy at the Crossroads of the West. Numerous national and local rental agencies offer vehicles for rent or lease. You’ll find everything from compacts to luxury sedans, passenger vans to 4-wheel drive vehicles, and motorcycles. Or look for transportation options for hire, ranging from 24-hour local taxi service to limousines to shuttle services with a range of more than 300 miles from Salt Lake.
Public transportation and Trax Light-Rail: The Utah Transit Authority Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides over 100 bus routes throughout an 1,800 square-mile area. UTA also provides light-rail service, airport transportation, service to ski resorts in winter, and door-to-door transportation for disabled passengers. A free fare zone is available downtown. Click here for more information on the ground transportation.