Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia operates 79 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-800.

This aircraft is most popular aircraft form 737NextGen family, its including -600, -700, -800, and -900.

This aircraft configured with Business, Economy X, and standard Economy class.

There’s recliner seats on Business cabin, and standard seats on economy cabin.

The largest Boeing 737-800 operator is Irish low-cost-carrier Ryanair, with 438 Boeing 737-800 on services.

Virgin Australia Airlines Boeing 737 8FEWL VH YFR Scamander Beach landing at Darwin Airport
Virgin Australia Airlines Boeing 737 8FEWL VH YFR Scamander Beach landing at Darwin Airport

Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-BZG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOM
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VON
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUI
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUX
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFI
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFN
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFX
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIB
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YID
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIM
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVD
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWD
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWE

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Virgin Australia’s Boeing 737-800 with Business Class is used for domestic flights within Australia.

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The aircraft seats a total of 176 passengers.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

The 737-800 has only eight business class seats compared to 168 in economy class.

The seats are similar to domestic flights class seats in the USA, with limited recline but slightly better legroom and width.

The cabin layout is the same as that found in Business Class on domestic services, with a 2-2 configuration across 2 rows for a total of 8 seats.

The small number of seats allows for quite personalised service, given the customer to staff ratio is small.

The seats are all leather recliners offering a pitch and width of 37 and 19.5 inches respectively.

The centre console offers plenty of elbow room, along with an extendable tray for drinks

The tray table was large enough to fit the meal tray and extends to the centre console, providing extra sturdiness to easily carry laptops and other heavier objects.

The first three rows and over wing exit rows of the 737-800 are dedicated Economy X seats.

Row 3, directly behind business class, is the pick of Economy X seats, offering a pitch of 34 inches (31 inches in standard economy).

There are 28 rows of Economy seats in a 3-3 layout.

Standard seats have a pitch of 31 inches, which is industry standard.

The seat width is 17 inches and the recline is just 4 inches.

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The armrests in standard rows can go fully up, which is great for people travelling together and makes it seem more spacious overall.

Altogether, there are 168 Economy seats and 8 Business Class.

In comparison, Qantas have 162 Economy seats and 12 Business Class in the same space, which means Economy seats are a bit more tighter on Qantas (30 inch pitch) than Virgin Australia.

Each seat is upholstered in leather, well-padded and has an adjustable four-way headrest.

  • Row 15: These aisle and exit row seats over the wing have extra legroom and recline normally. Avoid middle seats 15B and 15E if travelling alone.
  • Row 14: While these seats are also exit row seats, they don’t recline fully. Pick row 15 instead.
  • Row 3: The very first row of Economy, these seats will be first off the plane. Pick aisle seats 3C and 3D for the fastest exit. Bear in mind, though, that on some refurbished planes there is no cut-out in the bulkhead for your feet, so you have less effective legroom.
  • Row 12: Immediately in front of the exit row (there’s no row 13), these seats don’t recline fully.
  • 10A 10F: These window seats are missing a window, so if being able to look out of the plane is important to you, avoid them.
  • Row 30: While the back of the plane is more likely to have spare seats next to you, row 30 has limited recline, and is immediately in front of the lavatories, so try row 29 instead.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 800 Virgin Australia
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 800 Virgin Australia

Boeing 737-800 operated by Virgin Australia may accommodate 176 passengers.

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Business class offers 8 recliner seats.

The seats of the 1st row have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Location of the galley in front is another disadvantage of the seats 1D and 1F.

Economy class may transport 168 passengers.

Passengers of the seats of the 3rd row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seat 9A is considered bad seat due to missing window.

Because of the exit row located behind the seats of the 12th row are less reclining than standard.

As the seats of the 13th row are located between two exit rows they offer extra space to passengers’ legs but at the same time have limited recline and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers of the seats of the 14th row will take advantage of extra legroom but lack of the floor storage during take-off and landing may be bothersome.

Location of the lavatories behind and limited recline make the seats of the last 30th row bad seats.

Business

  • 8 leather seats
  • 2-2 configuration
  • 95cm (38in) seat pitch
  • 49.5cm (19.5in) seat width
  • 12.7cm (5in) recline

Economy

  • 168 leather seats
  • 3-3 configuration
  • 78cm (31in) seat pitch
  • 43cm (17in) seat width
  • 10.16cm (4in) recline

Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Virgin Australia offers wireless In-Flight Entertainment across its domestic and international short haul fleet. This system provides access to hundreds of hours movies, TV shows, and music- all available on your own Wi-Fi enabled device. More Information
  • Video. Virgin Australia offers wireless In-Flight Entertainment across its domestic and international short haul fleet. This system provides access to hundreds of hours movies, TV shows, and music- all available on your own Wi-Fi enabled device. More Information
  • Food. The Business class menu offers a gourmet food, with various options for breakfast, lunch and dinner ranging from snacks to meals. On flights longer than 3 hours, the Business class provides a three-course meal for lunch and dinner. The Economy class also offers an array of gourmet snack and meal options, with complimentary beer and wine on flights departing between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.More Information

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