How many rows does a Boeing 737 700 have?
Interior seating layout of our Boeing 737-700
As you board the plane, the First Class seats are lettered, from left to right, F and D, the aisle, then C and A. The Main Cabin includes a total of 112 seats in rows 6-28, including 18 Premium Class seats in rows 6-8. Exit row seating on this aircraft is in rows 16 and 17.
How much does a 737 cost?
Average prices for Boeing aircraft as of March 2021, by type (in million U.S. dollars)
Aircraft type Price in million U.S. dollars 737-800 106.1 737-900ER 112.6 737 MAX 8 121.6 737 MAX 200 124.8
Why is there no row 13 on a plane?
Both 13 and 17 are considered unlucky in certain countries, meaning airlines do not want to include them. “In some cultures, the number 13 is considered unlucky,” the airline explains. “That is why there is no row 13 in planes, because we respect the superstition.
Group A 1–60. Family boarding, active military and A-List/A-List Preferred. Group B 1–60. Group C 1–60.
The number 17 is considered unlucky in some countries (including Italy and Brazil) due to its meaning in Roman numerals. Re-arranging the numerals XVII gives VIXI, which in Latin can be translated as 'My life is over. ' Lufthansa is one airline that misses out row 17 to respect these superstitions.
In jets with three-seat wide rows, "C" seats" and "D" seats will usually be located closest to the aisle. Ask the airline about the number of seats in each row to give you an indication of which seat letter to select.
But the number four is considered unlucky because it sounds a lot like the word for “death,” and as a result Chinese buildings often lack a fourth floor (just as American buildings sometimes skip the 13th). Likewise, Chinese drivers avoid license plates ending in four.
The advanced wing airfoil design provides an economical cruise speed of . 78 Mach (590 mph). The Next-Generation 737 airplanes are capable of cruising to a maximum altitude of 41,000 feet (12.5 km), compared to 37,000 feet (11.3 km) for the 737-300/- 400/-500 models, and 39,000 feet (11.9 km) for the competition.
Where does Southwest fly to in Hawaii? Southwest flies to 5 cities in Hawaii: Hilo (ITO) on Hawaii Island, Honolulu (HNL) on Oahu, Kahului (OGG) on Maui, Kona (KOA) on Hawaii Island, and Lihue (LIH) on Kauai.
The 737 Max can fly farther and carry more people than the previous generation of 737s, like the 737-800 and 737-900. It also has improved aerodynamics and a redesigned cabin interior and flies on bigger, more powerful and more efficient CFM LEAP engines.
On average, aircraft fill up with an estimated 3,500 gallons of jet fuel, costing an estimated $7,070. However, price can vary from $4,040 on the low end to $14,140 on the high end.
Q: About how much fuel per hour does a medium-sized aircraft such as the 737 burn? A: In round numbers, a 737 will burn 5,000 pounds (750 gallons) an hour. These are approximate figures, and the conversion between pounds and gallons is conservative.
Jet Blue is the leader in the “most pitch” and “widest seat” contest because the majority of their economy and coach class seats are roomy. Jet Blue's cheapest seats offer a pitch range of 32 to 35 inches (on most flights), with some planes offering a pitch between 37 and 41 inches.
The low-cost airline said on April 14 that the economy seats chosen for its new Boeing 737-800 and 737 Max jetliners will have an additional 0.7 inches of room. That increases the seat width from 17.1 to 17.8 inches, making them the widest economy seats on any Boeing 737, according to the company.
Weight and Size Allowance
Southwest will accept the first two checked bags for free provided that the bags do not exceed 50 lbs and 62 inches (L+W+H). Overweight items from 51 to 100 pounds and oversized items in excess of 62 inches but not more than 80 inches will be accepted for a charge of $75.00 per item one-way.
Southwest offers Family Boarding after the A group, but before the B groups, for any families traveling with children 6 and under who are in the B or C groups. (Obviously, if you have an A boarding pass then you will board ahead of this offer.) Once you get on board, you can choose any seats that are still unoccupied.
Southwest follows an open seating style, meaning there are no assigned seats. You'll be assigned a boarding group (either A, B, or C) and position (1-60+) upon check-in, which determines your boarding order. Once on board, you choose your seat. If you're last to board, you likely won't get to sit with your family.
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Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and seats close to the front are typically considered the best seats on a plane. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can debark as quickly as possible on arrival.
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