What is a 73H aircraft WestJet?

WestJet has operated a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft since it began in 1996. The narrow-body 737 happens to be one of the best-selling commercial jetliner in history. WestJet currently operates a fleet that spans through the generations of old and new.

What aircraft type is 73H?

Boeing 737-800
Boeing 737-800 (73H)

What is the best seat on a 737 Max 8?

I’d recommend choosing seats in row 2 or 3 when flying upfront on the 737 MAX 8. Row 4 would be my second-to-last pick. You’ll be reclining into the bulkhead wall dividing first class and coach, and the proximity to the coach cabin could be bothersome.

What is the longest WestJet flight?

approximately seven hours and two minutes
The longest flight on WestJet is approximately seven hours and two minutes from Montego Bay to Edmonton. WestJet has three sizes of planes; 737-600 (119 seats), 737-700 (136 seats) and 737-800 (166 seats).

How many seats does a 738 plane have?

Seat Specifications

ACCOMMODATION (160 SEATS) 16 Seats 108 Seats
SEAT WIDTH/PITCH 20.9 in/38-39 in 53 cm/97-99 cm 17.3 in/31-32 in 44cm/79-81 cm
CHILD SEAT FIT GUIDE Aircraft seat width min-max 20.5 in 52 cm 16.2 in 41 cm
UNDERSEAT DIMENSIONS (depth x width x height) 20 in x 17 in x 10 in 15 in x 13 in x 10 in

Is a Boeing 737-800 the same as a Max?

Comparing the 737 MAX 8 directly to the 737-800 on numbers alone, it quickly becomes evident that the newer MAX series has a longer range and the ability to carry an extra 18 fare-paying customers in a two-class setup. The MAX 200’s high-density layout also allows it to hold more passengers than one-class 737-800s.

Is Boeing 737 800 the same as 737 MAX?

As you might be aware the Boeing 737-800 is the predecessor of the Max. It’s one of the most popular airplanes on earth with tons of airlines flying it. Whenever you are booking a flight you have a great chance of ending up on a 737-800. No wonder airlines love this plane.

What is a 73h 737?

Might as well fly Southwest… 73H is code for the 737-800s that have been modified to have: On the occasion that people have been on a non-AVOD 738 when it was originally advertised as a 73H, it was due to an equipment switch (just like when a regular 757 subs for an ex-Song 757).

What does 738 and 73h code mean?

The “738” and “73H” refer to the 73 7- 8 00. The link in @JulianHzg’s answer specifies which codes are used in IATA and which in ICAO usage, although sometimes you’ll see a code in isolation without necessarily knowing which system of reference it’s coming from.

What programs are available for the 73h?

Programs: DL-PM. AA,QF,UA. Every imaginable hotel program, but use Hotwire and Priceline whenever possible! The 73H is the refurbished 738s that DL has rolled out ex-JFK on transcons routes. I think they’re planning on having these pop up on other routes, but for the most part, you’ll see them doing transcons.

Why is the number 73g instead of-700?

So to avoid that confusion, they took the 7th letter of the alphabet, G, and used that instead of the “7” of “-700” and so now: The “73G” is the 73 7- 7 00.