While seat plans on Alaska Airlines vary according to the type and version of aircraft, the airline's typical Boeing 737 cabin features three to four rows of first class seats at the front, two rows of extra-legroom seats beside the over-wing exits, and 19 to 26 rows of economy seats.
Seat selections on Alaska Airlines are available to customers booking flights online. After choosing a flight and entering passenger information, a passenger can view a seating plan and click to reserve her preferred seat from those still available.
In addition to showing seating plans during the online booking process, AlaskaAir.com features interior maps of each of the airline's aircraft. From the home page, a traveler can click Explore, navigate to select Our Aircraft under Where We Fly and click on the name of an aircraft in the list under Aircraft Types to view the map.
Airline review sites such as SeatGuru.com and SeatMaestro.com also feature seating plans for Alaska Airlines flights. The sites use a color-coding to indicate seats that are considered good or bad, according to user feedback, and explain the reasoning behind these views. The seating plans also show the locations of rest rooms, galleys, closets and power ports. Alongside the plans are user reviews of their flight experiences together with any interior photos they have submitted.