Fleet information for consumers

Alaska Airlines maintains an operational fleet of 153 Boeing 737 aircraft, with an average age of 8 years.

Onboard, customers enjoy:

  • USB and 110 power outlets at every seat on most aircraft, including all transcontinental and Hawaii flights.
  • Alaska Beyond Entertainment, a wireless entertainment system streaming free titles from TV’s favorite networks – like HGTV, Food Network and National Geographic – along with free movies direct to customer devices.
  • Inflight entertainment tablets with new release movies, TV shows, music, Xbox games and digital magazines are available for rent on most flights over 3.5 hours.
  • Gogo in-flight internet is available for purchase on flights traveling over the continental United States, Southern Canada and to/from Alaska.
  • Free inflight messaging (iMessage, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp) with Free Chat, available on all Gogo-equipped flights
  • Innovative overhead bins that can accommodate 45 percent more carry-on bags on Alaska’s newest aircraft.
  • Custom-designed, leather Recaro seats offering a six-way adjustable headrest and enhanced leg room.
  • 31 to 32 inches of pitch in the main cabin.
  • In January 2017, Alaska launched Premium Class, a section of the aircraft which features four more inches of legroom and other perks. As part of this launch, the first class cabin will also see an additional six-to-seven inches of legroom.

Virgin America maintains an operational fleet of 65 Airbus A320 aircraft, with an average age of 7.3 years.

Onboard, customers enjoy:

  • One-of-a-kind mood-lighting, with 12 shades that adapt to outside light
  • 110v power outlets and USB jacks near every seat
  • 9-inch video touch-screens and QWERTY keyboard/remote controls at every seat
  • Main Cabin with custom-designed, deeper and more comfortable leather seats
  • Main Cabin Select with 38-inch pitch, dedicated overhead luggage space and priority check-in, security access and boarding
  • First Class with plush white leather seats, lumbar massagers and 55-inch seat pitch/165-degree recline

Horizon Air maintains an operational fleet of 52 Bombardier Q400 aircraft with an average age of 10.7 years and 10 Embraer 175 aircraft with an average age of less than one year. 


Seats (first class/main cabin)

# in fleet

Boeing 737-900ER        

181 (16/165)


Boeing 737-800

159 (12/30/117)


Boeing 737-900

181 (16/165)


Boeing 737-700

124 (12/112)


Boeing 737-700F

N/A (freighter)


Boeing 737-400

144 (12/132)


Boeing 737-400C



Boeing 737-400F

N/A (freighter)


Airbus A319

119 (8/12/99)


Airbus A320

149 (8/12/129)

146 (8/12/126)


Airbus A321neo

185 (8/18/159)


Bombardier Q400
(Horizon Air)

76 52

Embraer E175

76 (12/12/52)


Embraer E175

76 (12/12/52)