Salt Lake City, often abbreviated to SLC, is the capital and largest city in Utah. The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young and numerous other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the dry valley. The LDS Church still plays a vital role in the city, which contains its central offices, a profit division, Deseret Management Corporation and its subsidiaries, which are headquartered in the city too.
Known historically as the "Crossroads of the West" for its many railroads, SLC was built upon the nearby steel, mining and railroad operations which provided most of its income upon its foundation. Today, business is booming in Salt Lake City once again.
Growth in the metro area is expected to be 4.4% over the next two years according to Forbes, far above the national average. Salt Lake City is home to one Fortune 500 company, Huntsman Corporation, and two Fortune 1000 companies, Zions Bancorporation and Questar Corporation. Other notable firms include Sinclair Oil Corporation, Overstock.com, Smith's Food and Drug (owned by Kroger), MonaVie, and Vehix.com.
Tourism has increased since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, when many hotels and restaurants were built for the events. The convention industry has expanded greatly since the construction of the Salt Palace convention center, including the large Outdoor Retailers meeting and Novell's annual BrainShare convention.
When it comes to skiing and other winter sports, youâ€™ve also found the right spot. The Olympics were hosted in part by Park City, Deer Valley and Snowbasin â€“ helping to put the region on the map when compared to Colorado for high quality skiing. Then you have what are often referred to as the â€œSalt Lake City resortsâ€, found in Little Cottonwood Canyon and Big Cottonwood Canyon. These slopes include Snowbird, Alta, Brighton and Solitude ski resort. With average annual snowfall of a superbly dry 500 inches, there is a reason SLC is often called â€œthe Greatest Snow on Earthâ€. There are plenty of other non-alpine activities such as dining, nightlife and high-end shopping in the resorts as well.
Travel using private jet charter to Salt Lake City is popular with high level executives who wish to avoid the crowds and hassles of commercial flying and those seeking a weekend getaway to the snowy slopes. Both execs and those making the trip for pleasure can use their invaluable time in the air to accomplish real work, or relax on their way to important meetings or the stop by the counter to get their lift tickets.
A very popular Super Mid-Sized Jet that makes the trip to Salt Lake City is the Challenger 350. Easily capable of taking between 8 and 9 passengers from either coast at Mach 0.80. With a ground-breaking cabin design and high range capability the outperforming Challenger 350 aircraft is earning the appreciation and approval of executives and pilots alike.
Flying with Priority One Jets provides the first class convenience, comfort and privacy that business executives deserve when they travel. When itâ€™s time to book your private jet charter flight to Salt Lake City, we are ready to assist you. Youâ€™ll always fly on the safest, best maintained jet you can find anywhere, flown by pilots who are the best in the business. As a broker we have access to thousands of planes that operators do not â€“ so you always fly in the one best suited to your needs, including the Challenger 350.
Priority One Jets specializes in arranging airplane charters to all destinations around the globe, including jet charters to Salt Lake City, Utah. Call our charter experts today at 888-671-5387 to reserve your aircraft. Or get a Jet Charter Quote online. Weâ€™re available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can have your jet ready for departure in as little as four hoursâ€™ notice.