The closest airport to all local attractions, Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is seven miles east of downtown Salt Lake City. SLC is home to 12 airlines, including major carriers and their regional partners, with more than 340 daily flights and nonstop service to 98 markets. It is a major hub for Delta Air Lines.
SOT has established discounted rates through United Airlines and Delta Airlines on select routes to Salt Lake City. To acquire these discounts, use the instructions and codes on this web page.
SOT anticipates offering discounted fares on United Airlines and will update this web page when information on those discounts becomes available.
Book online via the Delta website and use the offer code NY363 to receive a discount of up to 10%. The discount is valid for travel from March 7, 2024, through March 17, 2024. Discounts applicable to US/Canada-originating Delta Meeting Network passengers.
ATC Travel Management is the official travel management firm for the SOT 63rd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo.
Please note that depending on your reservation method, ATC Travel Management charges a $10 online service fee or a live agent reservation fee.
Before contacting ATC Travel Management, please gather the following information:
To obtain the maximum discounted fares, call at least 60 days before departure and identify yourself as an SOT meeting attendee. ATC Travel Management will find the best fare for you and email you an itinerary.
Yellow Cab of Utah is the airport’s only on-demand taxi cab provider. You can catch a Yellow Cab at Curbside 9A outside the terminal. Up to five passengers may share a cab, and the maximum fee to the Salt Palace Convention Center is $27.
Transportation Network Companies (aka, ride-share services reserved through an app) can service passengers at the airport. The designated pick-up areas are indicated by curbside signs and are located in the middle traffic lane on the ground level outside of the terminal.
Light rail service (TRAX Green Line) is located on the ground level outside SLC on the east side. Passengers should exit door 1A and go east. The hours of operations are:
The ride from the airport to downtown Salt Lake City takes 20 minutes There are two stops one-half block from the convention center: Arena Station and Temple Square Station. Most downtown hotels are within easy walking distance to a TRAX stop. The cost is $2.50 for a one-way ticket. Cash or credit cards are accepted at the platform kiosks.
Nine rental car services are available on-site at the airport. The rental car counters are located in the Gateway Center, which is adjacent to the airport’s parking garage and accessible from the terminal by using the two bridges in the baggage claim area.
The Utah Transit Authority’s bus service has three routes that provide limited service to the airport on weekdays, with no service on weekends: Route 453, Route 454, and Route 551. Bus stops are located on the curb outside of the terminal. A one-way fare is $2.50.
The airport is accessible by bike by way of a 2.8-mile trail along the south side of the airport from North Temple at 2500 West to the terminal. If you plan to bike to the airport, access to the terminal is available by continuing north along 3700 West, a road that mostly serves local commercial traffic. The trail is open to the public from 5:30 am to 10:00 pm.
Salt Lake City also has a bike share program, GREENbike, with stations located throughout the city and at the Salt Palace Convention Center.
Lime electric scooters are available for rental in Salt Lake City.