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United Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures

Boeing 737-724 cn:serial number- 28765:43 Continental Airlines 1998-2010 United Airlines 2010 to date as N14704 departure to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures. Currently United Airlines operated 40 narrow body medium haul aircraft Boeing 737-700. United Airlines operated this aircraft on domestic routes, and also on Micronesia routes, including to Guam. One Boeing 737-700 aircraft painted in Star Alliance livery. Boeing 737-700 had to replace 737-300 model. It differs from that model in digital cockpit, new wing, empennage and more modern engines. The airplane is mainly used on the routes between North America and Europe. To main competitors of the airplane belongs Airbus A319. First flight was made in 1997. Commercial use of the airplane began in January 1998. On the base of Boeing 737-700 were constructed modifications: Boeing 737-700C (convertible passenger/cargo variant), Boeing 737-700ER (with increased flying range) and BBJ – Boeing Business Jet (saloon business variant).

 

United Airlines Fleet N16732 (ex Continental Airlines) Boeing 737-724 winglet cn:serial number- 28948:352 departure Vancouver International Airport
United Airlines Fleet N16732 (ex Continental Airlines) Boeing 737-724 winglet cn:serial number- 28948:352 departure Vancouver International Airport

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-700 Cabin Specification and Class Configuration

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 Seat map version-1 (12/106 configuration). This aircraft configuration serves flights to and from Guam.

Interior elements United Business® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 12 40 66
Seat numbers 1A-3F 7A-21F 22A-32F
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Row 20 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-2 3-3 3-3
Standard seat pitch 38″ (96 cm) 36″ (91 cm) 31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline 6″ (15 cm) 5″ (12 cm) 3″ (7 cm)
Seat width 20.7″ (52.7 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm) 16.1″ – 17.1″ (40.8 cm – 43.4 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Rows 8-12CD, 22-31CD Rows 8-12CD, 22-31CD
Entertainment Selection of premium content Selection of premium content Selection of premium content
Wi-Fi
Power outlets Installation in progress Installation in progress

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 Seat map version-2 (12/114 configuration).

Interior elements United Business® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 12 36 78
Seat numbers 1A-3F 7A-10F, 21A-23F 11A-15F, 24A-34F
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Row 21 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-2 3-3 3-3
Standard seat pitch 38″ (96 cm) 34″ – 38″ (86.4 cm – 96.5 cm) 30″ (76.2 cm)
Standard seat recline 5″ (12.7 cm) 3″ (7.6 cm) 2″ (5 cm)
Seat width 20.4″ (51.8 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm) 16.1″ – 17.1″ (40.8 cm – 43.4 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Rows 1-3BE Rows 8 and 10CD, 21-23CD Rows 11-15CD, 24-32CD
Entertainment Seatback DIRECTV® (complimentary) or personal device entertainment Seatback DIRECTV or personal device entertainment Seatback DIRECTV or personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Rows 1-3 Rows 7-10, 21-23 Rows 11, 12, 15

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 Seat map version-3 (12/114 configuration). This aircraft configuration serves flights to and from Guam.

Interior elements United Business® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 12 30 84
Seat numbers 1A-3F 7A-8F, 21A-23F 10A-15F, 24A-34F
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Row 21 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-2 3-3 3-3
Standard seat pitch 37″ (93.9 cm) 34″ – 35″ (86.4 cm – 88.5 cm) 30″ (76.2 cm)
Standard seat recline 5″ (12.7 cm) 3″ (7.6 cm) 2″ (5 cm)
Seat width 20.4″ (51.8 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm) 16.1″ – 17.1″ (40.8 cm – 43.4 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Rows 1-3BE Rows 8CD, 21-23CD Rows 10-15CD, 24-33CD
Entertainment Selection of premium content Selection of premium content Selection of premium content
Wi-Fi
Power outlets Rows 1-3 Rows 7-8, 21-23 Rows 10-15

 

United Airlines Fleet Narrow Body Aircraft Boeing 737-700 Seating Chart and Seat Maps Details

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 (737) Domestic

There are three versions of United’s 737-700. This version seats a total of 118 passengers and includes power ports for both First and Economy Plus seats. All 737-700 Domestic aircrafts in this fleet are outfitted with United’s Economy Plus class of service featuring up to 5″ of extra seat pitch. Row numbering is not sequential aboard all of United’s 737 fleet.

The first class consists of 3 rows of seats that have 2-2 configuration. The seats 1A and 1B are considered good seats as they have some extra legroom as the bulkhead has a small cutout. Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and slightly restricted width of the seats.

The seats 1E and 1F have restricted space for passengers’ legs, are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are located close to the galleys.

The main disadvantage of the seats of the 3rd row is limited recline.

Economy Plus class has 8 rows of seats. The seats of the 7th row have no floor storage during take-off and landing and a narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrest.

The seats 10A and 10F are missing windows.

As behind the seats of the 12th row exit row is located, they are less reclining.

The seats 20BC and 20DE are perfect for passengers who are traveling with a partner. These seats have extra shoulder room as there are no window seats in these row. But these seats do not recline.

Passengers of the seats 21A and 21F will take advantage of extra space for their legs due to the missing seats in front. At the same time under seat storage and TV are two rows away from these seats. As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

The other seats of the 21st row (BCDE) have some extra space as the seats in front do not recline.

Economy class may transport 66 passengers. It has 11 rows of seats that have 3-3 configuration.

The seats of the last 3 rows, i.e. 30th-32nd rows are 1 inch narrower than other standard seats on the airplane because of the curvature of the airplane’s tail.

The seats of the last 32nd row may not recline because of the wall behind. Overhead bins are used for crew members’ purposes. Other passengers tend to gather in this area in order to visit lavatories. That is why these seats are considered bad seats.

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 (737) Micronesia

There are three versions of United’s 737-700. This version seats a total of 124 passengers and does not include power ports for First, Economy Plus, or Economy seats. There are only 8 Premium Economy seats in this configuration. Row 7 has extra legroom and can be reserved as Economy Plus seats. Exit seats 21 A,F are also Economy Plus seats with extra legroom. Row numbering is not sequential aboard all of United’s 737 fleet.

This version is a former Continental aircraft that still operates in United’s Micronesian sub-fleet. Currently United is in the process of reconfiguring this version and expects to complete this reconfiguration by the end of 2013.

First class includes 12 seats located in 3 rows per 4 seats in each. The seats 1A and 1B have extra space for passengers’ legs thanks to the cutout in the bulkhead. However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are a little narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

The seats 1E and 1F have the same disadvantages as the seats 1A and 1B plus restricted legroom.

Economy class has 112 seats. The seats of the 7th row have such disadvantages as: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of the seats.

The seats 10A and 10F have no windows.

The seats of the 14th row are less reclining. The seats of the 20th row are ideal for passengers who are traveling with a partner. These seats are not reclining as exit row is located behind. At the same time these seats have extra space for shoulders as there are no windows seats at this row.

Passengers of the seats 21A and 21F will take advantage of extra legroom as there are no seats in front. As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

The seats of the last three rows (30-32) have reduced width of the seats as the tail of the airplane has a curvature.

Proximity of the lavatories may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats of the 32nd row. These seats also have no overhead storage and have limited or no recline.

 

United Airlines Boeing 737-700 (737) V3

There are three versions of United’s 737-700. This version seats a total of 126 passengers. There are 12 United Business Seats, 36 Economy Plus and 78 Economy seats in this configuration. Row numbering is not sequential aboard all of United’s 737 fleet.

 

United Airlines Fleet Narrow Body Aircraft Boeing 737-700 Inflight Amenities Information

 

  • Audio. There is a large array of audio entertainment on this plane and is available in all classes.
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  • Video. United has installed DirectTV on all 737 Next Generation aircrafts to provide you with over 100 of your favorite TV channels, new release Hollywood movies, and to ensure you will be relaxed and entertained for your entire flight.
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  • AC Power. On select aircraft for this version of United’s 737-700, all First class recliners have individual 110v power ports and seats in rows 7-21 in Economy share 110v power ports between seats.
  • Internet. On select 737s United Airlines offers internet service for domestic US flights. Connectivity is available for laptops or mobile devices. The service is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. Click here for more information.
  • Food.Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased in Economy and are free of charge in Premium Cabins (First/Business). Premium alcohol is also available on select flights for purchase.
    • Premium Cabins: offered snacks on flights under 2.5 hours, offered full meal service with on flights 2.5 hours and longer
    • Economy Class: Snack Shop and Bistro on Board offerings available for purchase on most flights, complementary meals/snacks are available on Caribbean, select Latin America, trans-Atlantic, trans-Pacific (excluding continental U.S. to/from Hawaii), intra-Pacific, Micronesia, and South American flights

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