What type of plane is a 73W?

What type of plane is a 73W?

Boeing 737-700
Boeing 737-700 (73W)

How many seats does a Delta 737-700 have?

124 seats
Delta’s 737-700 aircraft each had 124 seats while the A220-100 is configured with 109 seats and the new A220-300 will carry 130 passengers. The carrier is already the largest A220-100 operator in the world.

What is a 73W aircraft for Southwest?

737-700’s
“73W” – Our 737-700’s Plane which holds a max of 143 passengers.

What is a 7M8 plane?

If you see 7M8, that means the aircraft is a 737 Max 8. If your plane is changed to a 737 Max 8 within 72 hours of departure, American will notify you via email or push notification through the mobile app.

What is a 73J aircraft?

Boeing 737-900 (winglets) Passenger with IATA code 73J is IATA Aircraft type designator for Boeing 737-900.

What size is a 757 plane?

It was produced in two fuselage lengths: the 155 ft (47.3 m) long 757-200 (the most popular with 913 built) typically seats 200 passengers in two classes over 3,915 nmi / 7,250 km; while the 178 ft (54.4 m) long 757-300 typically seats 243 over 3,400 nmi (6,295 km).

How is Southwest seating assignment?

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.

How do I pick my seat on Southwest Airlines?

Do I have an assigned seat? Southwest-operated flights have open seating. Once onboard, simply choose any available seat and stow your carryon items in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you.

What is the difference between a 73W and 73g 737?

The 73W refers to the 737-700 equipped with winglets, and with the new 136 seat configuration. 73G refers to a -700 with no winglets and 140 seats. 73S refers to a -700 with 136 seats and no winglets.

How many standard seats are on a Southwest 737-700?

The premium economy cabin on Southwest’s 737-700 features standard seats in a 1-1 configuration. The business class cabin on Southwest’s 737-700 features 0 standard seats in a 1-1 configuration. The first class cabin on Southwest’s 737-700 features 0 standard seats in a 1-1 configuration.

What is the difference between a 737 and a 737-700?

However internally we use several codes to differentiate between the different 737-700s we have. The 73W refers to the 737-700 equipped with winglets, and with the new 136 seat configuration. 73G refers to a -700 with no winglets and 140 seats. 73S refers to a -700 with 136 seats and no winglets. 737 still refers to the old 737-200s.

Does Aloha Airlines use the 737-700 or 73g?

I then notice that flights operated by Aloha Airlines from Hawaii to LAX, SNA, SFO, YVR etc. are operated with the 73G which, of course, is the 737-700. You would think that these flights would use a “over water” 737, if there is such a thing. Needless to say, I am confused. Help please….