While the travel industry was dealt a major blow in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic, in Salt Lake City the $4.1 billion Airport Redevelopment Project stayed on course. Kevin Staples, Senior Sustainability and Environmental Coordinator for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA), details just how this was achieved,…
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New software that calculates gate pushbacks at busy hub airports, has been announced by the U.S. Transportation Department’s FAA and NASA, with aims to launch the advanced technology at 27 airports.
A total of 390 airports in 39 states, Puerto Rico and the Federated States of Micronesia will benefit from more than $627.7 million in FAA grant funding.
In an interview for International Airport Review, Bill Wyatt, SLCDA’s Executive Director, explains how the new Salt Lake City International Airport will provide passengers with an entirely new experience, from curb to gate, compared to the previous airport.
TSA employees took part in two simulations in August 2020 to preview and prepare for operations in The New SLC Airport.
A range of art installations, designed by Gordon Huether, have made their debut as part of Salt Lake City Airport's expansion.
The New SLC Airport will secure the area’s position as a global aviation hub, whilst benefiting passengers, the economy and the environment.
Bill Wyatt, Director of Airports, believes that in the future, airport hubs will become even more important than they have been before.
The contracts, which are part of delivering the redevelopment programme at Salt Lake City Airport, involve foundation, earth retention and airfield works.
Salt Lake City International (SLC) has brought New Jersey-based engineering and construction management firm Louis Berger into its USD $3.6 billion redevelopment programme.
14 October 2014 | By Maureen Riley, Salt Lake City Department of Airports
After years planning, Salt Lake City International Airport's terminal redevelopment broke ground in July 2014. Once complete, the $1.8 billion programme will provide a new hub for America’s south west.