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Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures

N3756 Boeing 737-800WL Delta Air Lines Fleet Taxiing at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International

Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures. Delta’s 737-800 are identified as 73Y or 73H and may be displayed as such on booking itineraries or schedules. Delta Air Lines operates 77 narrow body aircrafts Boeing 737-800. Two-engine passenger airplane Boeing 737-800 and 737-700 belongs to the family of narrow-bodied aircrafts intended for short and medium distances and represents Next Generation series. First of all Boeing 737-800 was developed to replace passenger airplane Boeing 737-400 that represents Classic series. For today the direct competitor of the Boeing 737-800 aircraft is passenger narrow-bodied airplane Airbus A320. Working process on Boeing 737-800 began on September 5th 1994. First the project was named 737-400X Stretch what has shown on the previous model of the airplane. Later the project got present name – 737-800.


Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 737-800NG N383DN Final Approach at Logan International Airport
Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 737-800NG N383DN Final Approach at Logan International Airport

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-800 Fleet Aircraft Registration Number and Ages

Aircraft Reg Age
Boeing 737-800 N373DA 18.9 years
N3737C 16.8 years
N3744F 16.5 years
N3732J 17.0 years
N3745B 16.4 years
N3740C 16.7 years
N3738B 16.8 years
N3739P 16.8 years
N3741S 16.7 years
N3730B 17.0 years
N3743H 16.6 years
N3735D 16.9 years
N3734B 16.9 years
N3733Z 16.9 years
N3731T 17.0 years
N3742C 16.6 years
N372DA 18.9 years
N3736C 16.8 years
N371DA 18.9 years
N383DN 17.9 years
N3765 15.8 years
N3773D 7.2 years
N3747D 16.3 years
N3754A 16.1 years
N3763D 15.8 years
N3758Y 16.1 years
N385DN 17.9 years
N397DA 17.1 years
N3756 16.1 years
N386DA 17.8 years
N389DA 17.5 years
N377DA 18.4 years
N379DA 18.1 years
N3757D 16.1 years
N382DA 18.0 years
N3772H 7.3 years
N3755D 16.1 years
N375DA 18.8 years
N3762Y 15.9 years
N391DA 17.4 years
N3766 15.8 years
N3749D 16.3 years
N376DA 18.7 years
N388DA 17.6 years
N3759 16.0 years
N3771K 15.5 years
N380DA 18.0 years
N394DA 17.2 years
N3752 16.2 years
N3760C 16.0 years
N392DA 17.3 years
N381DN 18.0 years
N384DA 17.9 years
N37700 15.6 years
N3746H 16.4 years
N378DA 18.1 years
N3764D 15.8 years
N3769L 15.6 years
N3767 15.8 years
N3751B 16.2 years
N3768 15.7 years
N374DA 18.9 years
N395DN 17.2 years
N377DE 3.6 years
N3750D 16.3 years
N390DA 17.5 years
N3753 16.2 years
N393DA 17.2 years
N3748Y 16.3 years
N387DA 17.7 years
N396DA 17.1 years
N3761R 16.0 years
N774DE 4.7 years
N775DE 4.2 years
N398DA 17.1 years
N399DA 17.0 years
N776DE 4.0 years


Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-800 Seating Chart and Class Configuration Details Overview

The cabin of the Boeing 737-800 operated by Delta Airlines is divided into three classes and has 160 seats.

First class of Boeing 737-800 includes 16 recliner seats that have 2-2 configuration. The seats of the 1st row have several remarks such as: limited space for passengers legs because of the bulkhead located in front, limited space for storing hand-luggage in overhead bins that are intended for emergency equipment and lack of floor storage during takeoff and landing.

There are 18 premium economy comfort+ seats on the Boeing 737-800 airplane. The seats of the 10th row are narrower than other standard seats as tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable. These seats have no floor storage during takeoff and landing. Also passengers of the seats 10A, 10B, 10E and 10F will not feel comfortable because of the bulkhead located in front of these seats that reduces the legroom. As the bulkhead is not extended all the way, passengers of the seats 10C and 10D may take advantage of extra space for their legs but other passengers and crew members tens to bump into these seats.

Economy class may accommodate 126 passengers. The seats 13A and 13F have no windows. These seats are designated by Delta Airlines as Preferred Seats that may be chosen by Delta Medallion members when booking or later. These seats may be given to other passengers during check-in if available.


Delta Air Lines Narrow Body Boeing 737-800 In-flight amenities Information

Aircraft identified as 73H feature personal Audio Video on Demand entertainment and USB power at every seat.

Aircraft identified as 73Y only feature power ports in First Class in addition to overhead television screens in both cabins. Delta is in the process of converting all 73Y aircraft to 73H configuration however both types feature inflight Wi-Fi.


  • Audio. There are 12 channels of audio entertainment on this plane. You can bring your own single-prong headphones or purchase them onboard for $2.
    Audio Listings
  • Video. Most of Delta’s Boeing 737-800 coded 73H feature AVOD in addition to personal satellite TV at every seat. All other 737-800s, coded 738 or 73Y, still have overhead TVs in both cabins. Delta is in the process of converting all 738s to 73Hs. Movie Listings
  • AC Power. There are regular 110v AC power ports located at every First class and Delta Comfort+ seat on this plane. There are no power ports available in Economy.  All seats feature USB power ports.
  • Internet. Delta Airlines offers access to the internet using Gogo service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. Access is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. More information on the service and its pricing options is listed here.
  • Food.
    • Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased for $7 in economy and are free of charge in First Class. Depending on the flight time, a small snack may also be offered.
    • Full meals may be offered in first class on flights longer than 900 miles.

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