What type of seating does Southwest Airlines have?

What type of seating does Southwest Airlines have?

What type of seating does Southwest Airlines have?

open seating
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.

Where is the best place to sit on a Southwest airplane?

If legroom is what you’re after, you’ll want to look for a seat in the first row (the bulkhead) of the aircraft or the exit row. If you’re flying on a Boeing 737-700, the absolute most legroom is in seat 12A which is missing the seat in front of it. On a Boeing 737-800, the seats with the most legroom are 16A and 16F.

Does Southwest have a seating chart?

You can find seating charts at SeatGuru, but I’ve found them to often be inaccurate. Southwest’s planes feature a few different types of interiors, but unfortunately there’s no way of really knowing which type you’ll have until you board.

How can I tell how full a Southwest flight is?

Checking Your Flight Status Scroll down to the bottom of the webpage to find a section titled “Other Flight Information”. The number of people on the flight will appear as well as the number of seats available.

Are all seats on Southwest the same?

With the exception of exit row and bulkhead leg room, virtually all seats on a SW jet are the same.

How big are Southwest Airlines seats?

Southwest Airlines: 32 inches Southwest Airlines, whose seats offer the second most room to stretch in the U.S. The all-economy carrier flies a fleet of only Boeing 737 planes, all which sport seating layouts with 32 inches of pitch.

Is it OK to save seats on Southwest?

Re: Saving Seats Unfortunately, there’s no policy to enforce. Officially, Southwest “has no policy for or against seat saving,” and in practice actively allows it. Reps will even suggest that passengers save seats for later boarding companions.

Are all Southwest seats the same?