CommentsThe Boeing 737-900 is the largest plane in Alaska's fleet, with the rest being various smaller models of the Boeing 737 family.
Note that Alaska flies two slightly different versions of the Boeing 737-900 and they are basically interchangeable with each other with the exception of the exit rows. Row 14 on this version is the first exit row, with restricted recline, and row 15 is the desirable row with very good legroom and full recline. However, in version one of the Alaska Boeing 737-900, row 15 is the first exit row, with restricted recline, and row 16 is the desirable row with very good legroom and full recline. With this in mind, if legroom is important to you, you might want to choose row 15 to guarantee good legroom and take the risk that you might end up with a non-reclining seat on your flight.
Complimentary handheld DigEplayer video entertainment systems are offered in First Class and are available for rent for $10 in Coach.
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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