Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-900ER Details and Pictures

Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-900ER Details and Pictures. An extended range, more fuel efficient aircraft, the Boeing 737-900ER features 178 leather Recaro seats, seatback power outlets for charging laptops and smartphones, Premium Class, Boeing’s award-winning Sky Interior, inflight internet service, and Alaska Beyond Entertainment.

Alaska Airlines also adding Boeing’s innovative Space Bins to these aircraft.

The larger overhead bins hold 48 percent more bags, allowing customers to load bags with less hassle.

On current fleet list, Alaska Airlines operates 79 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-900ER.

Alaska airlines Boeing 737-900ER using 3 class configuration, 16 first class seats, 24 premium class seats, and 138 coach class seats.

Alaska Airlines first Boeing 737-900ER (N402AS) is seen at Seattle-Tacoma
Alaska Airlines first Boeing 737-900ER (N402AS) is seen at Seattle-Tacoma

Boeing 737-900ER Alaska Airlines Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

REGAIRCRAFT TYPEDELIVEREDFLEET NUMBER
N214AKBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2019214
N215AKBoeing 737-900ERMar 2019215
N224AKBoeing 737-900ERApr 2016224
N236AKBoeing 737-900ERApr 2016236
N237AKBoeing 737-900ERMay 2016237
N238AKBoeing 737-900ERMay 2016238
N247AKBoeing 737-900ERJun 2016247
N248AKBoeing 737-900ERJun 2016248
N251AKBoeing 737-900ERJul 2016251
N253AKBoeing 737-900ERAug 2016253
N260AKBoeing 737-900ERAug 2016260
N263AKBoeing 737-900ERSep 2016263
N264AKBoeing 737-900ERSep 2016264
N265AKBoeing 737-900EROct 2016265
N266AKBoeing 737-900ERNov 2016266
N267AKBoeing 737-900ERJan 2017267
N268AKBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2017268
N270AKBoeing 737-900ERMar 2017270
N272AKBoeing 737-900ERApr 2017272
N273AKBoeing 737-900ERMay 2017273
N274AKBoeing 737-900ERJun 2017274
N275AKBoeing 737-900ERJul 2017275
N277AKBoeing 737-900ERAug 2017277
N278AKBoeing 737-900ERSep 2017278
N280AKBoeing 737-900ERSep 2017280
N281AKBoeing 737-900EROct 2017281
N282AKBoeing 737-900ERNov 2017282
N283AKBoeing 737-900ERDec 2017283
N284AKBoeing 737-900ERDec 2017284
N285AKBoeing 737-900ERMar 2018285
N287AKBoeing 737-900ERMay 2018287
N288AKBoeing 737-900ERMay 2018288
N290AKBoeing 737-900ERJul 2018290
N292AKBoeing 737-900ERAug 2018292
N293AKBoeing 737-900ERSep 2018293
N294AKBoeing 737-900EROct 2018294
N296AKBoeing 737-900ERNov 2018296
N297AKBoeing 737-900ERJan 2019297
N298AKBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2019298
N402ASBoeing 737-900EROct 2012402
N403ASBoeing 737-900ERNov 2012403
N407ASBoeing 737-900ERDec 2012407
N408ASBoeing 737-900ERDec 2012408
N409ASBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2013409
N413ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2013413
N419ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2013419
N423ASBoeing 737-900ERMay 2013423
N428ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2016428
N431ASBoeing 737-900EROct 2013431
N433ASBoeing 737-900EROct 2013433
N434ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2016434
N435ASBoeing 737-900ERNov 2013435
N440ASBoeing 737-900ERNov 2013440
N442ASBoeing 737-900ERNov 2013442
N448ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2016448
N453ASBoeing 737-900ERJan 2014453
N457ASBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2014457
N459ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2014459
N461ASBoeing 737-900ERMar 2014461
N462ASBoeing 737-900ERApr 2014462
N464ASBoeing 737-900ERMay 2014464
N467ASBoeing 737-900ERMay 2014467
N468ASBoeing 737-900ERJul 2014468
N469ASBoeing 737-900ERAug 2014469
N471ASBoeing 737-900EROct 2014471
N472ASBoeing 737-900ERApr 2015472
N474ASBoeing 737-900ERJun 2015474
N477ASBoeing 737-900ERJun 2015477
N478ASBoeing 737-900ERJul 2015478
N479ASBoeing 737-900ERJul 2015479
N481ASBoeing 737-900ERAug 2015481
N483ASBoeing 737-900ERSep 2015483
N486ASBoeing 737-900ERSep 2015486
N487ASBoeing 737-900EROct 2015487
N491ASBoeing 737-900ERNov 2015491
N492ASBoeing 737-900ERDec 2015492
N493ASBoeing 737-900ERJan 2016493
N494ASBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2016494
N495ASBoeing 737-900ERFeb 2016495

Alaska Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-900ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Alaska’s Boeing 737-900ERs feature a total of 178 seats, including 16 first class seats and 162 economy class seats.

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Features present include leather Recaro seats, larger overhead bins, and Boeing’s dramatic Sky Interior.

All 737-900ER’s in the fleet have been equipped with onboard WiFi. Power ports for laptops and mobiles are available at every seat.

All B, C, D, and E seats in Economy have limited underseat leg and storage space due to the position of an entertainment equipment box. 

First Class

Alaska Airlines first class cabin has four rows of seats in a 2-2 configuration.

While Alaska doesn’t have any aircraft with flat beds, the airline does have industry leading pitch in first class.

Alaska has 41″ of pitch, which is way better than you’ll find on any other US airline.

Most other US airlines have closer to 37″ of pitch, so the extra space is noticeable.

This really makes a difference, especially if the person in front of you reclines their seat.

The tray table extended from the far armrest, and could be folded over in half, depending on whether you want a full tray or just room to place a glass.

The center console between seats also had an additional tray that could be extended, for some extra space.

The power outlets were located underneath the center armrest, and there were both USB-A and AC charging options.

The overhead console was modern, and had reading lights and individual air nozzles.

The overhead bins on this jet were also large, so that you could place bags sideways, to maximize space.

For a standard domestic first class product, this is about as good as it gets in terms of space.

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On the one hand, they have the modern Boeing signature interior, with large overhead bins and mood lighting.

On the other hand, the leather seats and bulkhead cabins give the cabin a decidedly classic feel.

Furthermore, Alaska doesn’t have personal televisions, or even personal device holders, on these aircraft.

Economy Class

In the very front of economy, Alaska has four rows of extra legroom economy seats, which Alaska markets as the “Premium” cabin.

These seats have 35″ of pitch, the legroom is quite good.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-900ER Alaska Airlines

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 900ER Alaska Airlines
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 900ER Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 900ER Seating Plan
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 900ER Seating Plan

Boeing 737-900ER operated by Alaska Airlines may accommodate 181 passengers in two classes.

First class consists of 4 rows of seats that have 2-2 configuration.

The seats of the 1st row have the following disadvantages: close location of the galleys, limited legroom and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Economy class has 28 rows of seats, 27 of them have 3-3 configuration and the last row contains 3 seats.

165 passengers may totally be accommodated here.

All B, C,D and E seats of the economy class have restricted under seat storage and leg space because entertainment equipment is stored there.

Economy class may be conditionally divided in three sections.

First section consists of 10 rows of seats.

Due to the removed bulkhead between the seats of the first class and the seats of the economy class passengers of the seats of the 6th row will take advantage of extra legroom.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little.

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The only disadvantage of the seat 12A is missing window.

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

The second section of economy class seats has only one row that is located between two exit rows.

That is why the seats of the 16th row on the one hand offer extra legroom but on the other have limited recline.

The third and last section of economy class seats has 17 rows of seats.

Passengers of the seats of the 17th row will take advantage of extra legroom thanks to the exit row located in front.

These seats are considered the best seats o the airplane.

However, the headrests of the seats 17A and 17F do no bend or fold.

Passengers tend to gather in the area of the seats 32ABC, 32D and 33DEF causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Also limited recline of the seats 32ABC and 33DEF makes these seats bad seats.

Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-900ER Specifications

  • Number in Fleet: 79
  • Crew: 2 Pilots, 4 Flight Attendants
  • First Class: 16
  • Range: 2,720 nautical miles
  • Premium Class: 24
  • Length: 138 ft, 2 in (42.1 m)
  • Coach: 138
  • Typical Cruise Speed: 530 mph (853 km/h)
  • Wingspan: (with winglets) 117 ft, 5 in (35.8 m)
  • Max. Cruising Altitude: 41,000 ft (12,497 m)

Boeing 737-900ER Alaska Airlines Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Portable Media Players – digEPlayer – are available on some flights. These media players are available for a fee and may be reserved online. First Class passengers have complimentary use. Economy Class passengers may rent via reserving before departing. 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.
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  • Video. Portable Media Players – digEPlayer – are available on some flights. These media players are available for a fee and may be reserved online. First Class passengers have complimentary use. Economy Class passengers may rent via reserving before departing. 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.
  • AC Power. 110V AC power ports and USB ports are available at every seat on this aircraft.
  • 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.
  • 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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