For the first time ever, Salt Lake City International Airport logged more than 23 million passengers during a 12-month period.
That happened between November 2015 and November 2016, the airport reported Tuesday.
It said the exact number of passengers in that time was 23,043,149, an increase of 4.3 percent from the previous such period.
The lion's share of that — 22.3 million passengers — was for domestic travel within the United States, up 3.5 percent.
International passengers totaled 738,394, up 35 percent. That increase came as Delta Air Lines began nonstop service to London in April, while in May KLM entered the market with nonstop service to Amsterdam and Air Canada began nonstop service to Toronto.