Sitzplan Boeing 737-900 (739) Alaska Airlines
Flugzeug Boeing 737-900 (739) Alaska Airlines mit 3 Klassen und 178 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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For seats 30B and 30E, there is a rectangular metal box attached to the floor that reduces the available foot space.
Row 6 is possibly the worst row on the airplane in my opinion. I have sat in 6A and 6F on multiple Alaska flights. The tray tables are stowed in the arm rest, making the seat narrower than most. On some aircraft, there is a curtain in front of the row which will dangle in your face on takeoff and climb. There are first class seats in front of this row (there is not a proper bulkhead). Because of the first class seats, there are no individual outlets like on all other Alaska Premium Economy and Standard Economy seats. Also due to the first class seats, there is not individual space for everyone to store their carry-ons and put their feet. I have never paid extra for this seat, but I would not as I find the standard economy seats more comfortable. I find that Alaska automatically upgrades me to this row regularly. When this happens, I switch my seat back to a standard economy seat.
15F is my go-to seat on Alaska 737-900 flights. While the seat does not recline, it has two windows which are both very easy to look out.
Seat 11A does NOT have a window. There is a solid sidewall that connects the upper and lower fuselage.
33D & 34D are the worst seats on this plane. Alaskan corporate greed at its best.
9D is NOT a premium seat. Alaska thinks it is, but the legroom is normal economy, the literature is economy and so is the service.
Avoid this seat all all costs, must be the worst on the plane and it is just horrible. I got assigned 34B, asked to move to an aisle and got 34A but the 3 toilets are there. It is so busy and noisy. There is no possibility of relaxing and you get all the smells of the toilets. People constantly knock the seats. It's quite shameful they have seats in these positions and that they sell them for full price.
Above average legroom and *width* for sure, compared to other 737 NG series I've flown. My aircraft was 2 years old, N493AS, and the interior was clean and spacious. BIG PLUS: outlet and USB in the seat in front of you near the knees, making super easy access.
If you're anything like me and love the engine buzz, but you also think its a bit loud, then this seat is perfect! Not too noisy, just the perfect "hummm"AND, you have a seat near the front of the plane, so you're out first!
PDX to ORD on an Alaska 787-900. The new first class seat pitch makes a huge positive difference. Leather seats have adjustable "wing" type headrests. New overhead bins are huge. HVAC air vents provided adequate (cool) airflow. Power outlets/USB between seats. IFE is either a pre-loaded tablet (no-charge) or streaming content via GoGo. Streaming IFE was very poor (system kept crashing and/or freezing. Forward lav size OK and was kept clean throughout flight. FYI, catering was the best I've had in flying on Alaska for past 35+ years. Overall very acceptable for a 4+ hour flight.
Curtain between 1st and Prem Econ being replaced by fixed panel on overhead bins. There is a six inch 'window' between seat top and bottom of panel. No flapping curtain! Underseat storage not a problem.All 3 seats have a space. The 3 seats in row 6 have to share 2 sets of power ports as the power ports are in the back of the seat ahead. For row 6 that is the back of the 1st class seats which are only 2 wide
Great seat especially with middle seat empty. Nonstop SEA-TPA flight. Breakfast items purchased were very good, great crew, early arrival. Baggage delivery slow in Tampa. Premium is the way to go
First row in first class takes the most hits from bags and butts when people are coming on the plane. Second row is the best. One of the first to get off and you get your first selection on food.
Alaska says Premium Economy has priority boarding and reserved overhead space but IMO its not Priority Boarding. After First Class boards they call everyone with any flight status, which is half the plane, THEN you get to board. By the time i got to my seat, the overhead was already full from passengers boarding earlier and NOT seated in Premium Economy. Even though overheads are clearly marked. How is this priority boarding?
This bulkhead seat does not have a front pocket. Only the A/D seats have anything to store small items. No frills, though decent food relative to Delta. Thats the onky thing that rated better though.
Row 11 has less legroom than row 9 or row 12 yet is marked as a premium seat with more legroom on the checkin computer. Also all center seats on this aircraft have AV equipment under them making same leg with as aisle seats.
Standard economy. Clean cabin with Sky Interior amd nice mood lighting which makes cabin feel roomier, but seat pitch still toght with Recaro seats. As mentioned, but stiff cushioning...particularly bottom cushion is less than comparable United seats, but slightly better recline. Food options pretty good, though Sonoma. Hucken bowl was worst hot option Ive had from normally good Alaska food options.