Utah hit with 5.7-magnitude quake, inbound flights diverted

WASHINGTON - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Wednesday it had evacuated the air control tower at Salt Lake City International Airport and halted flights after a magnitude 5.7 earthquake was reported nearby.
The FAA said it "has implemented a ground stop for (Salt Lake City) and is diverting inbound aircraft to other airports." The FAA’s Salt Lake Air Route Traffic Control Center is handling all air traffic in the area.
Salt Lake City is the 23rd busiest US airport and a hub for Delta Air Lines.