Salt Lake City’s Airport Is Being Overhauled With Mormon Travelers in Mind

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Workers stand in cherry pickers during construction at Salt Lake City International Airport on Thur. June 28, 2018. The $3.6 billion project is the first major airport to be built from the ground up since the Denver International Airport in 1994. George Frey / Bloomberg



Skift Take: An estimated 30,000 Mormons travel through Salt Lake International Airport each year on church business, and the airport overhaul will include new meet-and-greet areas for families and military that will provide a smoother passenger experience for all.

— Sean O'Neill

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