Seat map Boeing 737-900 “Alaska Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 737-900 “Alaska Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

There are two versions of Boeing 737-900 operated by Alaska Airlines.

First cabin version of the Boeing 737-900 (739) V1

Seat Map Boeing 737-900 V1 Alaska Airlines

Boeing 737-900 operated by Alaska Airlines may accommodate 181 passengers in two classes.


First class consists of 4 rows of seats that have 2-2 configuration. The seats of the 1st row have the following disadvantages: close location of the galleys, limited legroom and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Economy class has 28 rows of seats, 27 of them have 3-3 configuration and the last row contains 3 seats. 165 passengers may totally be accommodated here.

All B, C,D and E seats of the economy class have restricted under seat storage and leg space because entertainment equipment is stored there.

Economy class may be conditionally divided in three sections. First section consists of 10 rows of seats. Due to the removed bulkhead between the seats of the first class and the seats of the economy class passengers of the seats of the 6th row will take advantage of extra legroom. As the tray tables are built-in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little.

The only disadvantage of the seat 12A is missing window.

Because of the exit row located behind the seats of the 15th row are less reclining than standard.

The second section of economy class seats has only one row that is located between two exit rows. That is why the seats of the 16th row on the one hand offer extra legroom but on the other have limited recline.

The third and last section of economy class seats has 17 rows of seats. Passengers of the seats of the 17th row will take advantage of extra legroom thanks to the exit row located in front. These seats are considered the best seats o the airplane. However, the headrests of the seats 17A and 17F do no bend or fold.

Passengers tend to gather in the area of the seats 32ABC, 32D and 33DEF causing discomfort to passengers of these seats. Also limited recline of the seats 32ABC and 33DEF makes these seats bad seats.

Second cabin version of the Boeing 737-900 (739) V2

Seat Map Boeing 737-900 V2 Alaska Airlines

This version may accommodate 178 passengers in three classes: first, premium and economy.

16 recliner seats of the first class are located in the first 4 rows. All these seats are standard. Only the seats of the 1st row have such disadvantages as: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and noise from the galley and lavatory located in front.

Behind a curtain divider 4 rows of premium class seats are located. These seats have 3-3 configuration. These seats provide extra space for passengers’ legs for additional fee. Reduced width, restricted floor storage during take-off and landing are the main disadvantages of the seats of the 6th row.

Economy class may transport 138 passengers. Limited recline is the only disadvantage of the seats of the 15th row.

Location of the seats of the 16th row between two exit rows on the one hand provides these seats with extra legroom but on the other makes these seats less reclining. Also these seats may have no floor storage during take-off and landing and the overhead storage space is reduced.

The best seats of the economy class are the seats of the 17th row. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom. However, these seats may have no floor storage during take-off and landing and overhead bins may also provide less storage space.

Location of the lavatories and galley behind will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 32D, 33E and 33F.

The seats 32ABC, 33D and 34DEF are considered bad seats. The seats 32ABC and 34DEF due to no recline and due to lavatories located nearby but the seat 33D – due to close location of the galley and the entrance to the neighbored lavatory.

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