Seat Map WestJet Boeing 737-800 (738)
Airplane Boeing 737-800 (738) WestJet with 2 classes and 174 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Wireless entertainment system
Took recent flight from Vancouver to Lihue in the Plus section seat 2A. Pleasantly surprised that they have upgraded their seats to the new premium wide seats with the 2x2 configuration. Much better than the “blocked seat”.
This is an AWFUL seat. Very uncomfortable because of the solid wall beside it. I was told there was a window. THERE IS NO WINDOW. It's dark. If you value a flight with a bit of comfort don't book this seat!!!!
Seat unusually narrow. There is an electrical box in the footwell that significantly reduces the under-seat space.
BEWARE! All aisle seats have some sort of box strapped underneath, making them too narrow for a "standard" undersea bag. Had to toss mine in the overhead. Wish the airlines would find somewhere else to nail these things. Also, throughout the entire plane, the USB plugs were hit or miss for functionality. First, you have to find them (they're above the electrical outlet, at a jaunty angle that prevents most of us from seeing them), then hope that it isn't broken. In most cases, there may be one functioning USB port for 3 seats. Bring an adapter for the electrical outlets!
The flight was slightly late but was a very good flight. Flight attendants were pleasant and the flight was smooth. I was in the middle seat and paid extra for the seat because I am slightly disabled and I am allowed to board early. All in all a good flight and I was pleased with the whole experience. I do miss the seatback TV.
The flight was good and on time. The staff were very helpfull and the food that we ordered was pretty good. The plane was comfortable and we usually fly Westjet and have never been disappointed.
I was on the flight for 4 hours and the seats was awesome. Leg room was to "die for". I'm a larger individual so the wider seat was a bonus.
There was a lot more legroom then I was expecting for this seat. It actually made the middle seat more comfortable for me and I'm 6'2"!!
Seat pitch was great BUT passengers began lining up less than 1 hour after take off for front toilet. Flight attendant made them stay behind 3rd row because she was serving "plus" passengers. For the entire duration of the flight I was constantly bumped and hit by people going to the toilet. I do not recommend this seat for any flight more than an hour!
there is also no right arm rest. I didn't think i would miss having a right arm rest, until i didn't have one for that flight.
Smooth flight and friendly service overall. The seats were comfortable and have enough space underneath at feet for a large carryon bag and a small purse/ personal belonging. Great window seat. No screens on the back of seats but they did offer in-flight entertainment we could access on our devices.
This review is for the new 737-800 Max. This is a great aeroplane. The entire appearance of the 'plane is improved, the windows are larger and the 'plane seemed quieter. Seat 20C had plenty of leg room for me (5' 10") - my knees were 6" from the seat in front. I found it quite comfortable even though the seats are all thinner nowadays.
The window seats in exit rows 13 and 14 don't have a armrest on the window side. Annoying when you're paying, $40+ dollars for the seat.
Comfortable leather seats. A little nosier because it’s closer toe the engine but overall a great seat on westjet.
There are large hard drives bolted on the seat supports under 2C and 2D. That reduces the legroom for seats 2C and 2-D by about 6 inches and it's very cramped. Not Really what you expect from premium seating. Im so sad I didn't take a picture of it for you.
7A gets 2 windows which is better than one regular window so I would definitely chose this seat again. Doesn't bother me that it is "misaligned". The view is still great if not better !
Typical WestJet - subpar in most if not all areas plus now (like everyone else) they upcharge for every little thing like seat selection, 1st checked bag, air, water, gravity, lift, etc.
The plane was full, and we boarded last, so got to sit in the Plus seats for free. The Plus seat isn't much different than the regular seat. Only that there's a tiny bit more legroom, but since it's bulkhead, there isn't underseat storage, and the tray table is in the armrest. Since it's close to the washroom, there may be lots of people wanting to use it. There were no individual screens on this particular airplane.
This is a great seat. Plenty of leg room as it is the exit row. Well worth the extra money if you are 6' or taller.
DO NOT PAY EXTRA FOR THIS SEAT! We were on the red eye special from Vancouver to Montreal and I paid extra in the hope we may be able to stretch out and get some sleep. You do get extra leg room - granted! But the seats are hard, there is no extra recline AND THE WORST is that the seat in the middle has a permanently fixed 'table' which means you cannot put the armrest up and use it to stretch out over. I feel you have less seat width than in economy!! And they could at least put their arm rest up! Several even managed to get a whole row to themselves and could lie flat!!! There was no way you could do this in the Plus seating even if you had the whole row! Will never fly WestJet again!