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Work on Salt Lake City’s new airport ready for takeoff
Travel » A $1.8 billion terminal, capable of handling up to 24 million passengers a year, will open in 2022.


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"Our target is a reduction of energy by 25 to 30 percent" compared with the present airport, Williams said. "It will incorporate sustainable practices, products and technology."

The project will be funded by passenger facility charges, rental-car fees and federal grants. No Salt Lake City taxpayer dollars will be used, Riley said.

At a glance

Fast facts about the airport makeover

Price tag » $1.8 billion

Funding » passenger user fees, car-rental fees and federal grants

Capacity » Up to 30 million passengers a year

Terminals » 1

Gates » 72

Efficiencies » Estimated 25 percent to 30 percent less energy use

Completion » Summer 2022

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