What plane does Alaska Air fly to Hawaii?

What plane does Alaska Air fly to Hawaii?

Spirit of the Islands plane As the grand prize, Nee’s artwork adorns the Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800 jet honoring the unique culture of the Aloha State.

What planes are used by Alaska Airlines?

Our aircraft

  • Airbus A320 family. Boeing 737-9 MAX.
  • Boeing 737-900 (739) Boeing 737-800 (738)
  • Bombardier Q400 (DH4) Embraer 175.
  • San Francisco Giants Airbus A320. Russell Wilson Livery 737-900ER.
  • Pride in the Skies Airbus A320.
  • UNCF Our Commitment 737-900ER.
  • More to Love 737-900ER.
  • Spirit of Disneyland® II 737-900.

How many seats does a 737-900 have?

The Boeing 737-900 features 178 leather Recaro seats, seatback power outlets for charging laptops and smartphones, Premium Class, Boeing’s award-winning Sky Interior, inflight internet service, and Alaska Beyond Entertainment Alaska Beyond Entertainment.

How many seats does a 737-800 have?

Boeing 737-800/Number of seats

Does Alaska Airlines fly 737 Max to Hawaii?

We’re putting the 737-9 MAX through its paces. To airports in the state of Alaska. Across the country. To and from Hawaii.

Does Alaska Air fly between Hawaiian Islands?

This month, Alaska Airlines operates an average of 18 daily nonstop flights to Oahu, Maui and Hawaii Island from Seattle; Portland, Oregon; Oakland, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego, California; and Anchorage, Alaska.

Does Alaska fly the 737 MAX?

Alaska Airlines just began flying the Boeing 737 Max in March after waiting years for its first model. Just over a month after the first flight of the Max, the airline was forced to ground the fleet. I flew on Alaska’s Boeing 737 Max in March and found it to be a modern marvel.

Do Alaska Air seats recline?

“very little to no recline”

How many seats does a 737-700 Southwest have?

Boeing 737-700/Number of seats

Did Alaska Airlines buy 737 Max?

Betting big on a recovery in air travel and on the Boeing 737 MAX as the jet for its future, Alaska Airlines on Monday announced a firm order for a dozen more MAXs — its third order for the airplane since the Federal Aviation Administration ungrounded the jet in November.