SLC airport earns high satisfaction marks — except for cleanliness, slow Wi-Fi, aging facilities

Travelers give Salt Lake City International Airport higher-than-average grades — except for a few things such as messy bathrooms, slow Wi-Fi service and the quality of some of its aging facilities.
“We rank low for facilities — so it’s a good thing we’re building a new airport,” Nancy Volmer, the airport’s director of public relations and marketing, told the Airport Advisory Board on Wednesday.
The airport has embarked on a $2.9 billion rebuilding project, with the first major phase scheduled fo…