Airports in Utah

Utah airports traffic is based on the Salt Lake City Airport, which handles the most passenger traffic in the state. It’s basically the only international airport in Utah, while other airports offer mostly domestic and regional flights. In this list, we’ve also included one airport with charter flights, along with basic small hub and nonhub airports. Also, don’t miss our map of airports in Utah, located at the end of the post.

List of airports

Salt Lake City International Airport – IATA Code – SLC (~ 25 M Passengers)

Salt Lake City Airport is one of the larger US airports, handling about 25 million passengers. Airport is located 6.5 km west of Utah capital. There are 12 airlines at the airport, connecting Salt Lake City to more than 90 destinations. Delta Airlines handles about 50 percent of the total traffic, followed by SkyWest and Southwest Airlines. To reach the city, you can select pre-arranged ground transportation, shuttles, taxis and limos.

St. George Regional Airport – IATA Code – SGU

  • Nearby city(s): St. George (9 km)
  • Airline(s): American, United, Delta

Provo Municipal Airport – IATA Code – PVU

  • Nearby city(s): Provo (3 km)
  • Airline(s): Allegiant Air

Ogden-Hinckley Airport – IATA Code – OGD

  • Nearby city(s): Ogden (6 km)
  • Airline(s): Allegiant Air

Cedar City Regional Airport – IATA Code – CDC

  • Nearby city(s): Cedar City (4 km)
  • Airline(s): Delta

Vernal Regional Airport – IATA Code – VEL

  • Nearby city(s): Vernal (1.5 km)
  • Airline(s): United

Canyonlands Field – IATA Code – CNY

  • Nearby city(s): Moab (34 km)
  • Airline(s): United

Wendover Airport – IATA Code – ENV

  • Nearby city(s): Wendover (3 km)
  • Airline(s): Swift Air

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