WestJet Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures. WestJet operated 54 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-700. The Boeing 737 is the most environmentally friendly model in its class in terms of fuel consumption and noise control. The aircraft are equipped with winglets to provide additional fuel savings. Thanks to its ultramodern computer technology and GPS, this model of aircraft can be steered with great precision and fuel economy. WestJet has operated a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft since it began in 1996. The narrow-body 737 happens to be one of the best-selling commercial jetliner in history. WestJet currently operates a fleet that spans through the generations of old and new. Latest additions to the fleet comprise of the 600 and the larger 800 series. Both add valuable and necessary flexibility to WestJet Airlines. However, the bulk of its fleet is made up of the Boeing 737-700.
Boeing 737-700 WestJet Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number
|Aircraft Type||Reg||Airline||Config||Delivered||Prev. Reg||Fleet Number|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FJWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Jun 2001||N1786B||2|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSH||WestJet||W12Y118||Dec 2002||11|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FKWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2001||N1787B||3|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FIWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Feb 2007||240|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FTWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Mar 2007||N1786B||241|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FIWS||WestJet||W12Y118||May 2001||N1786B||1|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GLWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2001||N1787B||5|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FZWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2002||6|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWBJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Sep 2003||N1787B||215|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWBT||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2003||216|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWCM||WestJet||W12Y118||Dec 2003||N1786B||217|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWBF||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2003||213|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSF||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2004||218|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSO||WestJet||W12Y118||Feb 2004||219|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSV||WestJet||W12Y118||Mar 2004||220|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSX||WestJet||W12Y118||May 2004||221|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSY||WestJet||W12Y118||May 2004||222|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWAZ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jun 2004||223|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FGWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2004||226|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FUWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Sep 2004||N1786B||228|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWJF||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2004||229|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FBWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2005||230|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FXWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Feb 2005||N1786B||231|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FEWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Mar 2005||232|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FMWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2005||N1786B||233|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GYWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Feb 2006||N1786B||238|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GRWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Jun 2002||7|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GTWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2002||8|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GUWS||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2002||9|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWCN||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2003||212|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWJO||WestJet||W12Y118||Jun 2004||225|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GCWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2004||227|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWBN||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2005||235|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWBX||WestJet||W12Y118||Oct 2005||N1786B||236|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWCN||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2005||N1784B||237|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWJE||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2007||245|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GGWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2007||242|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWJG||WestJet||W12Y118||Sep 2007||243|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GQWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2007||N1786B||246|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GMWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Dec 2006||N1779B||239|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSK||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2008||N1786B||251|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GVWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2008||247|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GUWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2008||N1786B||248|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSU||WestJet||W12Y118||Apr 2009||N1787B||252|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FWSI||WestJet||W12Y118||Aug 2009||253|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSP||WestJet||W12Y118||Dec 2009||N1787B||258|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSN||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2009||N1796B||256|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSO||WestJet||W12Y118||Nov 2009||N1796B||257|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWSQ||WestJet||W12Y118||Dec 2009||N1786B||259|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GSWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jul 2010||261|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FKIW||WestJet||W12Y118||Apr 2011||N1796B||265|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FIBW||WestJet||W12Y118||May 2011||N1786B||266|
|Boeing 737-700||C-FLWJ||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2011||N1786B||262|
|Boeing 737-700||C-GWJT||WestJet||W12Y118||Jan 2011||N1787B||263|
WestJet Fleet Boeing 737-700 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout
WestJet fleet of 737-600, 737-700, and 737-800 aircraft features leather seats and Personal TVs or Wireless Entertainment and Internet Connectivity. WestJet’s B737-700 operates on short and medium-haul flights and has a 130 seats capacity.
The Plus section is located in the first three rows of the aircraft and offer 3-4 inches of additional pitch. Passengers seated in Plus will get advance boarding, first access to overhead bins, and complimentary food and beverages (selections vary). In addition, the Plus fare offers passengers priority screening (at available airports) and the ability to change or cancel flights for no fee.
Plus seats offer 4-5 inches of seat recline, Economy seats offer 3 inches of recline. All B and # seats will have a video entertainment or 110/USB power box underneath the seat in front limiting under seat storage space and legroom.
Boeing 737-700 WestJet Aircraft Interior Configuration and Technical Characteristics
|Engine||GE/Snecma CFM56-7B, 24,200 lb.|
|Standard seat pitch||31-33 in./79-84 cm|
|Premium seat pitch||33-36 in./84-91 cm|
|Lavatories||2 (one lavatory at the front and one back of the aircraft)|
|Cruise speed||530 mph/850 kph/460 knots|
|Maximum altitude||41,000 ft./12,500 m|
|Range||3,800 mi./6,115 km|
|Wingspan||112 ft. 7 in./34.3 m|
|Length||110 ft. 4 in./33.6 m|
|Tail height||41 ft. 2 in./12.5 m|
|Cargo container dimension||Forward hold|
48 in./122 cm wide
51 in./129.5 cm tall1Aft hold
48 in./122 cm wide
48 in./122 cm tall1
|Premium seat blockers are used in the first three rows of all Boeing 737 aircraft models. Please be aware that seat blockers may not be removed except by members of our cabin crew to facilitate transport of guests with special needs.1Please note: the cargo door on the 737 opens inward and restricts the opening to a maximum of 33 in. (84 cm) in height. Items that exceed this height may need to be turned on their side or angled to fit through the opening. Items (including mobility devices) that that are too large to fit through the opening, cannot be turned on their side, or cannot be angled to fit through the cargo door opening, will not be accepted.|
Seat Map and Seating Chart WestJet Boeing 737-700
Economy Plus seats may accommodate 12 passengers. The seats of this class are located in 4 rows. The middle seats are locked providing passengers of economy plus seats with additional space and more privacy.
The seats of the economy plus class have 4-8 inches higher pitch.
The legroom of the seats 1D, 1F and 2A, 2C is restricted because of the position of the bulkhead. Among other disadvantages: reduced width of the seats because the tray tables are built-in the armrests, the noise from the galley and lavatory located in front may cause discomfort as well as lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.
Economy class offers 118 standard seats . Most of this seats have 3-3 configuration. These seats are divided into two sections.
Presence of entertainment equipment under the seats B and E seats limits the legroom of these seats.
First section of economy class seats contains 44 seats. The main disadvantage of the seats 4DEF and 5ABC is limited legroom.
The seats 8A and 8F are considered bad seats because of missing windows.
Due to the exit row located behind the seats 10DEF and the seats of the 11th row are not reclining. For passengers traveling with a partner will be ideal the seats 1D and 11E.
The second section of economy class seats consists of 13 rows: 12 of them have 3-3 configuration and one row contains 2 seats. So, there are totally 74 seats here.
Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats 12ABC and 12 F offer extra legroom. These seats are considered the best seats. At the same time these seats are a little narrower than standard because the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable. Also the seats 12ABC have no floor storage during take-off and landing.
Location of the galley and lavatory behind may cause discomfort for passengers of the seats 23ABC, 23 D and 24DE.
The seats 24DE are perfect for passengers traveling in a couple.
Boeing 737-700 WestJet Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities Information
- Video. WestJet is transitioning from seatback monitors to a new wireless entertainment system. The 737 fleet will be equipped with WestJet Connect, a wireless streaming server with access to over 500 hours of free movies and television episodes, as well as 3 channels of live streaming TV and connection to the Internet (a paid service from $4.99 to $16.09) More Information. Earbuds are available for purchase on all WestJet flights that offer in-flight entertainment options. Passengers can also use their own earbuds. All 3.5 mm (aproximately 1/8 in) stereo headphone connections (with one prong) will work with WestJet systems. For a description of the earbuds available for purchase, please visit the WestJet buy-on-board page.
- AC Power. Aircraft equipped with new Slimline seats feature 110-volt AC power ports (compatible with North American, European, and British standards).
- Internet. WestJet is transitioning to a new wireless entertainment system which includes connection to the Internet. Various time-length passes are available. Fees range from $4.99 to $16.09.
- Food. On all flights over 70 minutes, WestJet is offering a complimentary beverage service which includes soft drinks, juice, coffee or tea, as well as passengers’ choice of a sweet or salty snack. On most flights over 1 hour and 40 minutes, snacks can be purchased through Westjet’s Buy on Board program. View Menu
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