The fact that the Salt Lake International Airport's annual report doesn't feature any women or minorities isn't a big deal - but it doesn't do Utah's image any service, an Airport Authority Board member said Thursday.

The airport's 24-page report features pictures of and comments from several prominent white, male Utahn's, such as Jazz Coach Frank Layden and University of Utah President Chase Peterson."It tends to be older, white men and perhaps it would be better for Utah to show a little more diversity," said board member Elaine Weis.

"It was an oversight and I apologized to the board for causing them problems," Airport Director Louis Miller said.