Alaska Airlines

Boeing 737-400

First
A
C
D
F
1
2
3
Economy
A
B
C
D
E
F
6
7
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10
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12
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Comments

Alaska currently has 35 of these older Boeing 737-400s, making it the most numerous type in Alaska's fleet. With its less than transcontinental range, Alaska deploys this version of the Boeing 737 in short-to-medium distance flights.

Complimentary handheld DigEplayer video entertainment systems are available in First Class and Coach Class passengers can rent them for $10.

Beware that 12A and 12F do not recline due to the airplane's emergency exit behind these seats.

The cabin divider is just a curtain, and when the seat in front reclines, some passengers feel that the curtain is too close to their face.

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Cabin # Seats Pitch Width
First Class 12 36-37" 21"
Economy Class 132 32" 17"