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Cheap Flights From Atlanta, Georgia (ATL) To Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC)

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$283 RT to
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC)
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Frontier
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15 Days
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Travel Starting:
Wednesday, 05 November 2014
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Tuesday, 21 October 2014
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$290 RT Fall/Winter travel (Frontier) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Frontier
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Advance Purchase:
    21 Days
  • Available for travel:
    7 Days/week, If Available
  • Travel ending:
    Wednesday, March 11, 2015
  • More Details:
    Fall/Winter Travel
  • Last Updated:
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
$386 RT No min. stay. Fare can be bought one-way for half the lowest roundtrip ... (Southwest) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Southwest
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Advance Purchase:
    21 Days
  • Available for travel:
    Mon-Thur & Sat
  • Travel ending:
    Monday, April 6, 2015
  • More Details:
    No Min. Stay, Fare Can Be Bought One-way For Half The Lowest Roundtrip Price, No Peak Holiday Travel At This Price
  • Last Updated:
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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    This is a fare from Southwest - visit Southwest.com to find this fare. Other airlines often match Southwest sales, so search other sites to find the best ...moreoption.
$477 RT Non-Stop Flights (Delta) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Delta
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Advance Purchase:
    21 Days
  • Available for travel:
    7 Days/week, If Available
  • Travel ending:
    Wednesday, February 25, 2015
  • More Details:
    Non-Stop Flights
  • Last Updated:
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Reviews for Atlanta to Salt Lake City (ATL-SLC)

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    early flight for Park City skiing

    by mudbug on February 17, 2011

    Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City

    Airline:
    Frontier
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Denver, Colorado
    Date of Flight:
    January 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Left ATL late (orig 6am dep), but had layover in Denver. delayed Denver takeoff one hour due to morning fog at SLC airport. Lost an hour of free skiing at Park City as a result (reason for taking early flight). But still had lots of skiing opportunity

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    Missed Connection Blessing!!!!!!

    by Laurel61 on December 31, 2010

    Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City

    Airline:
    Delta
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    December 2010
    Seat Class:
    first

    Due to a weather delay on our return flight from Dublin Ireland we missed our economy class connection. WooHoo They upgraded me to 1st Class for the last leg! Will definately fly first class Next time! Thanks Delta you are the BEST!

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    Flawless

    by sperry115 on September 23, 2010

    Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City

    Airline:
    Delta
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    On Time-Great Service-Zero Problems-Used E ticket Prepaid Luggage Fee before arriving airport.I will fly Delta again. These were Saturday Flights

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    Thanks for holding my flight!

    by keysburg on July 21, 2010

    Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City

    Airline:
    Frontier
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Denver, Colorado
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My flight from Atlanta had a one hour mechanical delay that turned into about a 1.5 hour delay. Since my layover was only 50 minutes and it was the last flight of the day I resigned myself to getting stuck in Denver overnight. However, Frontier held my flight (and a few others) and people actually let us disembark first, so I made my flight home, very relieved. While the passengers on the first flight were very gracious about letting those of us with connecting flights early, I got more than a few dirty looks from the passengers on my second flight. Its not like I was hanging out at the bar!

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    Tarnished Medallion Program: When Awards Are Punishment

    by VAfan on June 14, 2010

    Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City

    Airline:
    Delta
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Los Angeles, California
    Date of Flight:
    February 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Had to get to a funeral. I was dismayed to see that the same seat(from ATL to SLC) on sale that week for $108 including fees, RT, was priced at nearly $800 for a 1-day advance purchase on February 11.I went to Delta's website to see if I could do any better using my miles. The only itinerary I could afford to get to the funeral was priced at 42,000 miles. I toyed with Delta's ridiculous “Pay with Miles” scheme. That would have run me over 55,000 miles! I called, waited TWO HOURS and got a “bereavement” fare quote of $600 and change.If Delta sympathizes with its bereaved passengers, why not charge them the average fare for the route? I used the miles.I spent a total of SIX HOURS on hold in order to put my trip together. I left home at 4:30 AM to get to my 7:30 AM flight. Delta's Medallion Flyer security line was a joke. Since nobody was checking it and as long as the regular line.During my last two trips, I have selected a seat from Delta's online diagram, clearly marked as an exit row, only to find that my selected seat on the aircraft was a regular cranny, one row to the rear of the exit row seat I wanted. Delta's gate agents are much too harried with cramming standbys and oversale victims onto the plane to worry about an incorrect seat assignment. With every flight I’ve taken lately, Delta's “Breezeway” boarding line has been inoperative because the scanners for the second boarding line are broken (or so the gate personnel would have us believe!) Once aboard the 7:30 AM flight on February 12th, we pushed back, and the pilots, obviously going through their pre-flight checklist, found a malfunctioning circuit board. Back at the gate, we sat for an hour while it was fixed. Inexcusable.

    Inexcusable because the first plane to fly out in the morning should have been pre-inspected to be certain that at least the first flight of the day takes off on time. This shows unwillingness to control a variable that can be controlled, not good business practice.I was routed through LAX. To have gotten a direct flight to SLC would have cost me a great deal more than the 42,000 miles I had to part with. There wasn’t a single itinerary for 25,000 miles available!

    While I’m at it, what is it with Delta's “Weekly Fare Specials” E-mail? I just got one advertising ATL-SNA for $98 each way ($196 RT). The “best” price was actually $328 RT for the days I need to fly. Another time-wasting scam. Why should one have to be a lucky detective, able to spend hours to find the secret day and time the come-on price actually applies? That kind of deception only makes people angry with Delta.Because of the aforementioned mechanical problem, I (and many others) missed my connection in LAX. Exhausted, I had to stand in line for an hour to get to the front of the line of passengers (being served by only two agents!), I was in tears when the agent told me that she could get me to SLC the next day, AFTER the funeral! Why was I flying? To throw my hard-earned miles down the toilet? To be jerked around by Delta Air Lines? Delta needs to heed and take to heart American Airlines’ slogan: “WE know why you fly!” Delta doesn’t seem to care. Delta applies the same kind of brutal, care less, bottom-line logic to passengers as it would to a pallet of rocks.

    That kind of indifference to the suffering and human misery caused by Delta's wretched flight offerings, disorganization and subsequent late departures, ever-smaller seats and carry-on bins and boxcar–like flights may help its bottom line for a while, but—trust me—it will not work over the long haul. I used to love to fly, but now I drive whenever possible. And I speak for thousands of Delta customers.

    After clicking silently away on the keys for a half hour, your LAX re-booking agent finally came up with a “solution” for me—to wait in LAX for FIVE AND A HALF MORE HOURS, then fly to Las Vegas, wait for ANOTHER THREE HOURS, then fly to SLC. I was in transit for EIGHTEEN AND A HALF HOURS when it should have been EIGHT AND A HALF HOURS! And really, if Delta treated loyal customers as they should be treated, I should have been able to get door to door in FIVE hours—for your highly ballyhooed 25,000 miles for a free trip within the continental U.S. But spending exorbitant amounts of miles to fly direct, I could not do. I was forced to accept an itinerary that was unacceptable, in exchange for a number of miles that was unacceptable. I was grateful to that persistent agent for her efforts, because she was working against a system that does not serve the needs of the passenger. Otherwise, I should have been livid. By the time I finally reached my destination and lay down to sleep that night, I had been awake for a total of FORTY-TWO HOURS!

    Delta has cut back so drastically on the number of flights, that it has become nearly impossible to get anywhere on Delta at the hour you need to fly.

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
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$322 Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City (ATL-SLC) Sat, Jun 7 - Tue, Jun 10 US Airways
$348 Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City (ATL-SLC) Fri, Jun 6 - Tue, Jun 10 US Airways
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$380 Flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City (ATL-SLC) Fri, Jun 6 - Sun, Jun 8 United Airlines
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There are approximately 329 flights covering the route from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta to Salt Lake City International Airport in Salt Lake City, provided by as many as 7 airlines.

The following airlines sometimes offer nonstop cheap flights from Atlanta to Salt Lake City:

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