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Alaska Airlines operates the following models of Boeing, the 737-700, 737-800, 737-900, 737-900ER, 737 MAX 9. As of 2022, the company has 11 737-700s, 61 737-800s, 12 737-900s, 79 737-900ERs, 14 737 MAX 9s in its fleet. The company has also ordered an additional 79 737 MAX 9s. In addition, Alaska Airlines has three Boeing 737-700F freighters. The airline chose the aircraft because of its power, reliability, and low noise levels.

The Boeing 737 is excellent for its class and the Boeing 737 seatmap is clear. A stink of kerosene in the cabin or any noise are not present. Passengers can hold their moderate belongings on their knees. The rest may be placed on the above shelves. The Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 seating chart doesn’t influence pleasure. Every passenger has a display in front of them where they may watch films in many languages. Checking the Boeing 737 seat map is substantial before taking your seat. The ticket price for all seats are compatible if compared to other flight providers. They are a fair price for the service and include many facilities. Every passenger gets the cord they may use to charge any device. If you need to ask for the pickup, feel free to ask for help from the crew. The charging capacity is enough. The AS Boeing 737 seat map is presented on the site and you may watch the row where you will sit. Certainly not a large plane, but the flight level is good as for the Boeing 737 seating chart. The sound of turboprop motor is not too clarion. Depending on the Boeing 737 seating, you may have different conditions but they are still top-notch. Tall people will not meet any obstacles on their way to a comfy flight. If you experience any anxiety, please, learn the Boeing 737 plane seating in advance Besides, do not buy a seat near an outlet if you have a phobia of flights. However, the Boeing crew will do everything in their force to guarantee your best trip.
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  • 737-700 V.1

  • 737-800 V.1

  • 737-900 ER V.1

  • 737-900 V.1

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  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

737-700 V.1

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Boeing 737-700 V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Alaska Airlines and has the following seat configuration: 12-0-18-94.

Seat map

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class

Seats12
Pitch41"
Width21"
Recline5"

The price of a first class tickets on 737-700 ticket varies depending on the airline, flight destination and the time/date of ticket purchase. On average, first class tickets for domestic flights in the United States cost at least $1,300 – but travelers looking to fly first class internationally, will pay significantly higher prices.

Premium economy

Seats18
Pitch35"
Width17"
Recline3"

A seat in premium economy on 737-700 — directly between the main and business class cabins is measurably more expensive than an economy class ticket and often sells at double the price.

Economy

Seats94
Pitch31"
Width17"
Recline3"

When you purchase an economy class ticket on 737-700, it means you are sitting in the main cabin, and not located in first or business class. Seats are smaller and packed more closely together, and in-flight services are limited. Economy class seats on domestic routes usually have a seat pitch ranging from a very tight 27 to a generous 32 inches (68.5 - 81 cm).

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Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

737-800 V.1

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Boeing 737-800 V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Alaska Airlines and has the following seat configuration: 12-0-30-117.

Seat map

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
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First class

Seats12
Pitch41"
Width21"
Recline5"

First class seats are at the very front of the 737-800, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.

Premium economy

Seats30
Pitch35"
Width17"
Recline3"

Depending on the airline, premium economy passengers get extra legroom, extra recline, extra seat width, priority boarding, priority luggage allowances, extra earned miles, amenity kits, larger in-flight entertainment screens, upgraded headphones, and premium meals.

Economy

Seats117
Pitch31"
Width17"
Recline3"

When you purchase an economy class ticket on 737-800, it means you are sitting in the main cabin, and not located in first or business class. Seats are smaller and packed more closely together, and in-flight services are limited. Economy class seats on domestic routes usually have a seat pitch ranging from a very tight 27 to a generous 32 inches (68.5 - 81 cm).

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Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

737-900 ER V.1

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Boeing 737-900 ER V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Alaska Airlines and has the following seat configuration: 16-0-24-138.

Seat map

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class

Seats16
Pitch41"
Width21"
Recline5"

First class seats are at the very front of the 737-900 ER, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.

Premium economy

Seats24
Pitch35"
Width17"
Recline3"

A seat in premium economy on 737-900 ER — directly between the main and business class cabins is measurably more expensive than an economy class ticket and often sells at double the price.

Economy

Seats138
Pitch31-32"
Width17"
Recline3"

In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.

Click on a seat for details

Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

737-900 V.1

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The Boeing 737-900 V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Alaska Airlines and has the following seat configuration: 16-0-24-138.

Seat map

Tap on a seat for details

Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class

Seats16
Pitch41"
Width21"
Recline5"

The price of a first class tickets on 737-900 ticket varies depending on the airline, flight destination and the time/date of ticket purchase. On average, first class tickets for domestic flights in the United States cost at least $1,300 – but travelers looking to fly first class internationally, will pay significantly higher prices.

Premium economy

Seats24
Pitch35"
Width17"
Recline3"

Depending on the airline, premium economy passengers get extra legroom, extra recline, extra seat width, priority boarding, priority luggage allowances, extra earned miles, amenity kits, larger in-flight entertainment screens, upgraded headphones, and premium meals.

Economy

Seats138
Pitch31-32"
Width17"
Recline3"

In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.