Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures

Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures. On Alaska Airlines current fleet, there’s 61 narrow body aircraft, Boeing 737-800 in service.

Alaska Airline Boeing 737-800 total capacity is 159 passenger (first, premium, economy class) and used on short haul flight on domestic market.

As we know, Boeing 737-800 is an old aircraft like the older 737-700, so we can expect that Alaska Airlines will replace this aircraft with new and fresh narrow body aircraft in the next few years.

Also, after acquired Virgin America, Alaska Airlines will receive transferred Airbus aircraft ( A319-100 , A320-200 ).

Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery [N549AS] landing and takeoff from PDX
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery [N549AS] landing and takeoff from PDX

Boeing 737-800 Alaska Airlines Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

AircraftReg
Boeing 737-890(WL)N525AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N520AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N523AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N519AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N524AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N516AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N506AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N518AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N526AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N517AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N513AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N512AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N514AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N527AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N508AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N531AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N534AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N593AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N564AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N532AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N562AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N596AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N590AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N537AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N565AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N589AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N535AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N570AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N586AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N597AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N587AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N558AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N548AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N553AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N579AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N583AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N594AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N585AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N581AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N546AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N566AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N560AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N551AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N592AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N538AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N529AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N569AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N533AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N563AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N568AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N577AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N588AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N549AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N559AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N528AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N536AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N530AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N556AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N584AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N552AS
Boeing 737-890(WL)N557AS

Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-800 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Alaska Airlines’ Boeing 737-800 fleet offers seating in First, Premium, and Economy classes.

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Premium Class features Economy Class seating with priority boarding, additional legroom, and enhanced refreshments.

AC and USB powerports have been installed at each seat.

Wireless entertainment allowing passengers to stream content is also offered.

Alaska Airlines has shared the first photos of the interior of its very first freshly retrofitted Boeing 737-800.

As part of a wider cabin refurbishment, some NGs are having the airline’s newer branding, seen on the 737 MAX series, transferred over.

The aim is to make the fleet competitive with its counterparts in other airlines, with three total lavatories and 162 seats overall.

Alaska Airlines passengers boarding the retrofitted aircraft will find much more comfortable seating.

There are power points at every seat, holders for devices, and lighter seats for less empty weight on the airframes.

Less empty weight on an aircraft means more fuel efficiency, which translates into less fuel burn and cost to operate a flight.

Gone are the more artistic threaded cabin dividers between first class and premium class/economy.

But first class passengers will still have their dedicated flight attendant and Recaro CL4710 seats.

The seat is a premium product that has been specifically designed by Recaro for the single-aisle market, and comes with a calf rest, stowage for small items, additional stowage in the center console and a cocktail table.

Back in economy class, passengers will find the Recaro BL3520 – a seat that has won such accolades as the Red Dot award and a Crystal Cabin award.

Its slimline, but comfortable, intelligently giving more legroom to the passenger behind, without the one in front feeling like they’re sitting on a concrete block.

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The seats come with a net to hold small personal items and a folding tray with a cutout to hold a cup.

A welcome change from the existing seats is a personal electronic device holder, allowing passengers to comfortably watch media or read on their phones and iPads in flight.

The headrest is six-way adjustable, and there’s even a coat hook to stop your jacket from getting crumpled during the flight.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-800 Alaska Airlines Slimline V1

Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 800 Seating Plan
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 800 Seating Plan

First version of the Boeing 737-800 operated by Alaska Airlines may accommodate 163 passengers in two classes.

16 recliner seats are located in the first class. All these seats are standard.

Noise coming from the galleys may cause discomfort to passengers ofthe seats of the 1st row.

Also these seats may have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Entertainment equipment stored under the seats 1A and 1F limits under seat storage and legroom.

147 passengers may accommodate economy class.

Economy class is divided from first class with a curtain divider.

Passengers of the seats of the 6th row will take advantage of extra legroom.

However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

All A and F seats of the rows 9-12 have misaligned windows.

The seat 10A has no window.

Because of the exit row located behind the seats of the 15th row are less reclining.

As the seats of the 16th row are located between two exit rows, they offer extra space for passengers’ legs, but at the same time have limited recline.

Among other disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, lack of overhead storage and reduced width of the seats.

The best seats on this airplane are considered the seats of the 17th row Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom.

However these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing in addition the seats 17ABC have no overhead storage.

Close location to the lavatories and limited recline or even no recline make the seats 31ABC and 32DEF bad seats.

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Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-800 Alaska Airlines Slimline V2

Second version of the Boeing 737-800 airplane offers seats of three classes: first, premium and economy.

This airplane offers totally 159 seats.

First three rows of seats represent seats of the first class.

These seats have 2-2 configuration.

The seats of the 1st row have the following disadvantages: location of the galley and lavatory in front and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats of the first class are divided from the seats of premium class with a curtain.

Premium class may accommodate 30 passengers in 5 rows.

These seats have 4 extra inches of legroom.

An extra fee should be paid to book these seats.

As the tray tables of the seats of the 6th row are in the armrests the width of these seats is slightly reduced.

As these seats are located directly behind the seats of the first class the floor storage during take-off and landing may be limited.

Economy class consists of 117 standard seats.

Most of these seats have 3-3 configuration.

Only the last row contains just 3 seats.

Due to the exit row located behind the seats of the 15th row have limited recline.

Passengers of the seats of the 16th row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, these seats are less reclining than standard, have no floor storage during take-off and landing and have limited storage space in overhead bins.

Thanks to the exit row located in front passengers of the seats of the 17th row will take advantage of additional space for their legs.

But lack of the floor storage during take-off and landing and limited overhead storage space may represent problem.

The only disadvantage of the seat 31D is close location of the lavatory and galley.

Limited recline and the noise from the galley and lavatory located behind make the seats 31 ABC and 32DEF bad seats.

Boeing 737-800 Alaska Airlines In-flight amenities

  • Audio. Portable Media Players – digEPlayer – are available on some flights. These media players are available for a fee and may be reserved online. Rentals are free of charge for First Class passengers. Alaska Airlines also offers a streaming option – Alaska Beyond Entertainment. The option may be accessed through your own personal mobile device via the Gogo Entertainment app. More Information
  • Video. Portable Media Players – digEPlayer – are available on some flights. These media players are available for a fee and may be reserved online. Rentals are free of charge for First Class passengers. Alaska Airlines also offers a streaming option – Alaska Beyond Entertainment. The option may be accessed through your own personal mobile device via the Gogo Entertainment app. More Information
  • AC Power. 110V AC Powerports and USB ports are available at every seat on this aircraft in First, Premium, and Economy Classes.
  • Internet. Alaska Airlines offers internet service for select domestic US flights. Connectivity is available for laptops or mobile devices. The service is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. More information on the service and its pricing options is listed here.
  • Food. Beverages, snacks, and meals are available on Alaska Airlines flights. Service depends on cabin class, time of day, and flight length. Information regarding Alaska Airlines’ inflight beverage and food offerings may be accessed by clicking here.

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