Business Aviation Tips and In-flight Catering for Salt Lake CityJuly 01, 2019 by Stevie Schweitzer
Salt Lake City, although most visit for its well renowned skiing, is a popular summer getaway. Bordered by the Wasatch Mountains and Great Salt Lake, the city hosts more than one million people and welcomes many summer travelers looking for a quiet escape. Those looking to relax can enjoy SLC year round, even though most popular times to visit are during ski season from November through April. But that’s not all, Salt Lake City is home to the Utah Jazz, five national parks as well as Robert Redford and Michael Jordan.
When working on a private aviation trip to Salt Lake City, you will land at Salt Lake City International Airport (KSLC), which is located just northwest of the city. For inflight dining options on your departure from Salt Lake City, your needs can be fulfilled through the Air Culinaire Worldwide® Network. As always, it is best to plan your inflight catering needs at least 48 hours ahead for the details of your next leg, especially during peak season. The easiest way to plan and order your in-flight catering is via the ACW Menu app, available for Apple and Android mobile devices.
Salt Lake City hosts a multitude of events throughout the summer from music festivals to craft fairs. The most popular event every year is the Red Butte Concert Series. This takes place at the Red Butte Garden, which is located on the University of Utah’s campus. This botanical garden has a waterfall, children’s garden and a pond, as well as almost five miles of hiking trails. Not only does this beautiful botanical garden host concerts but also floral shows, classes and even some camps.
For the rainy days or maybe just a little indoor fun, head to the Leonardo Museum or the Clark Planetarium. SLC also boasts many art galleries along with lots of shopping. The City Creek Center is the premier shopping center offering over 100 stores and restaurants.
Between the mountains and the desert SLC has more to offer than world class skiing and concerts. The spirit of food and drink is one of the biggest attractions. Home to breweries, classic diners and fine dining, the one-stop shop for everything is Main Street. Commonly referred to as “Whiskey Street,” this area hosts everything from seafood to bakeries. A must-try, and also their biggest request, is SLC’s “fry sauce.” This sauce is served as an alternative dipping sauce and is imperative to getting the full Salt Lake City experience.
When headed to Salt Lake City make sure to take in all the fresh air and fun activities offered. SLC’s view of the mountains and the lake is unlike any another. The city manages to stay lively and busy while also bringing about a sense of peace and quiet.
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