Flights from Salt Lake City to Petersburg

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Salt Lake City and Petersburg airports and terminals

Airports in Salt Lake City UT, US

Salt Lake City
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    Salt Lake City Airport (SLC)

    Distance from City Center: 4.6 miles

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Airports in Petersburg AK, US

Petersburg
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    Petersburg Municipal Airport (PSG)

    Distance from City Center: 3.7 miles

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    Wrangell SPB (WRG)

    Distance from City Center: 27.4 miles

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Flights to Petersburg

Salt Lake City International Airport

Salt Lake City International Airport has much to be proud of, as it was ranked the best airport in the country for on-time arrivals and departures in 2012. The airport is located at 776 North Terminal Drive, just seven miles north-west of Salt Lake City and eight miles north of West Valley City. Eight major domestic airlines service more than twenty-one million passengers with inbound and outbound flights each year from the airport. The next time you're planning on flying out of the Salt Lake City, remember to use ebookers to make your travel arrangements quickly and easily.

Parking at Salt Lake City Airport

Salt Lake City airport offers two parking options. The daily garage offers covered and monitored parking just a short walk from the terminals for $28 per day. The open-air economy lot offers parking and free shuttle service to and from the terminals for just $9 per day. Several companies near the airport, including Diamond Airport Parking at 50 South Redwood Road (801-355-7275), offer off-site parking with free shuttle service at rates that are comparable, and sometimes lower, than what you would pay at the airport.

Ground Transportation in the Salt Lake City Area

The Utah Transit Authority (801-287-4636) offers scheduled public service to the airport for a fare of $2.25, although you may run into limited service on weekends and some holidays. Several area companies offer shuttle, share-a-ride, and limousine service to the airport, but taxies are one of the most popular modes of airport transportation. City Cab (801-363-5550). Ute Cab (801-359-7788), and Yellow Cab (801-521-2100) offer airport transportation for a one-way fare of $20 to $25. Use ebookers to take care of your ground transportation needs at your final destination by comparing rates on and reserving a rental car.

Restaurants in Salt Lake City Airport

Dining options are plentiful at Salt Lake City airport with twenty-eight eateries to choose from. From pretzels at Auntie Anne's to doughnuts at Krispy Kreme and coffee from Starbucks, you'll never go hungry while in Salt Lake City. You will also find several cafes and coffee shops situated near the airport, including Perkins Restaurant & Bakery at 230 Admiral Byrd Road, Sunny's Bistro at 2333 West North Temple, and Robert's Restaurant at 145 North Wright Brothers Drive in Salt Lake City.

Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport

Flights to Petersburg arrive at the Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport, also known as the Petersburg Municipal Airport. This small airport works with Alaska Airlines, which helps travelers reach this unusual destination. Around 18,000 people pass through the airport every year, and many travelers arrive for the outdoor attractions and activities. Finding flights to small airports like this is often difficult but not when you use CheapTickets. CheapTickets offers low prices on everything that bargain travelers need for nearly every destination around the world.

Traveling by Car

The only way to get around Petersburg is by car, because the city doesn't have a public transportation system. The local hotel Scandia House rents cars to guests, and it has a courtesy shuttle that picks passengers up at the airport. Viking Cab is the only cab company in Petersburg, and you can grab a cab at the airport.

Weather in Petersburg

This Alaskan city experiences cold winters with average low temperatures dropping to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. January and February bring more than 10 inches of snow to the city, and snow continues falling into April. Even during the summer, the average high temperatures only reach the low 60s.

Things to Do in Petersburg

Attractions in Petersburg range from Eagle Roost Park, where you can see bald eagles, to Clausen Memorial Museum, which gives visitors the history of the area. You can also spend hours wandering around downtown Petersburg, checking out the local shops and historic buildings. If you need tickets for a local attraction, look for deals with CheapTickets. In addition to offering flights to Petersburg, CheapTickets can also get you cheap prices on popular activities and events.