Cheap tickets from Thunder Bay to Salt Lake City
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Airport Details: From YQT, Thunder Bay International Airport To SLC, Salt Lake City International Airport
Beyond being the capital city of Utah and the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City entices visitors with its rich history and culture, not to mention its proximity to some of the country’s best ski resorts (it is nicknamed Ski City, USA, after all). A better understanding of Mormon history is within reach thanks to the attractions Temple Square has to offer, including the Salt Lake Assembly Hall, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Temple and the Seagull Monument — all of which attract a combined three to five million visitors every single year. In addition to the annual Utah Pride Festival in June, there is also the Sundance Film Festival, the Dark Arts Festival and plenty of conventions to check out throughout the year. The city is also a designated Silver-Level Bicycle Friendly Community, so visitors can explore neighbourhoods like Sugar House, Rose Park and the Gateway District by bike and check out the local shopping and cuisine.
If you need cheap tickets to one of the most cultured and winter sport-friendly destinations in Utah, you know you can get there with WestJet. Enjoy swift, safe air travel from Thunder Bay to Salt Lake City with WestJet — and then get down to the serious business of enjoying the likes of Temple Square, the Natural History Museum of Utah or Utah State Capitol.