It doesn’t appear that specifics are mentioned for SLC, but I read somewhere recently (I believe on this board) that SLC authorities intend to demolish Concourses C-G once A and B are operational. This may have been mentioned already so please pardon me if I missed it somewhere.
I’ve never been to SLC so I’m not exactly sure how everything is laid out beyond the Google satellite view, and what airlines are where, but on the surface it seems like demolishing five concourses and replacing them with only two for all of the airlines seems like a real quick way to run into capacity problems. Can anyone elaborate on how things are going to be executed here?
When the new terminal in September it will just be with Concourse A. however in October 2020 Concourse B will be added which will give them 45 gates in the new build first phase. Currently there are 71 gates. However they will be adding more gates as part of the next phase (33 gates) which they would then do during the slower traffic numbers expected.https://www.slcairport.com/thenewslc/th ... act-sheet/
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