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Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 7:29 am

Does anyone know if there is an easy way to go between terminals/concorses (d to c) with out having to exit the secure area? I've tried looking at the airports website and the map of the airport to try and figure out where the security check points are, but the map isn't that well marked with info on the security points.
 
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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 7:34 am

D and C are both Delta Concourses. You can get from D to C by using the people movers in between the two concourses. I will check this on some site. but ive been to SLC about 5 times now, and i think C and D are the two Delta concourses, plus they have some B gates.

But from what i know there are people-movers in between all the concourses

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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 7:44 am

I was right. This is from Delta's website



As you see there is a walkway from B to C to D, and to E. that box thing where E and D come together is where customs are, those are used for the Mexico flights. Concourse E is Skywest.
Concourse D is Delta
Concourse C is Delta
Concourse B is Delta plus all the other airlines, the second part of B (lower level) is all Southwest.
Gates A (not shown) are for Sunrise Airlines (don't know if they still operate)

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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 7:50 am

I know there is that walkway- but when I've flown thru there, I've always thought the security check points were at each end of the concorses (the boxes between the concorce and the walkway on the maps) where you would have to exit the secure area to move between the concorces... thats the part I'm needing to know... I never have had to actually tranfer planes that I remember between concorces, so the flights I am taking on Saturday will be first.
 
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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 7:53 am

From what i remember the security checkpoint in terminal 2 (Delta) is in the middle, then you go up the stairs to the concourse level (in SLC check-in and bag claim are on the same level i am sure you know)... So Security is on the bottom level and the gates are on top, if you need to get from C to D just dont go downstairs.

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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 8:02 am

ok..thank you.
 
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RE: Question About SLC

Fri Jan 18, 2002 8:11 am

It's true - once you clear security at any checkpoint, you have access to all gates/concourses. I was in SLC in June and cleared security in Terminal One. After I got my boarding pass at B-18, I walked the length of the airport all the way down to E Concourse and back without having to clear security again.

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