Does Southwest have good legroom?

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.

How comfortable are Southwest airline seats?

Seating and legroom are just as good as (and sometimes better than) the legacy carriers. If you’re seeking more legroom, look for a 737-800 or 737-MAX. These planes have a 32 inch pitch instead of 31 inches on the 700s. The “Evolve” seat comfort is adequate.

How is Southwest seating passengers?

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. When can I check in and receive my boarding pass?

Which airline has the most legroom?

JetBlue. JetBlue touts itself as having the most legroom of any US airline with a pitch of 32-33 inches.

Is Southwest better than American?

When considering Southwest Airlines versus American Airlines, our vote goes to Southwest Airlines. It charges less in fees, it gives guests the ability to earn a valuable Companion Pass, its points offer more value and it’s known for great customer service.

Is Group B good on Southwest?

If you have a B group boarding position, the chances are good that you’ll still be able to get a window or aisle seat or find 2 seats together if you’re traveling with a companion. Hot Tip: If you are in the B group (or even one of the first numbers in the C group), head to the back of the plane.

What is a good boarding position on Southwest?

On Southwest planes, people tend to pick the first open seat(s) they see, which usually means there are more passengers in the first half of the plane versus the second half. There is also a better chance that the seat next to you will be left open — on a flight that is not full.

What seat has the most legroom on Southwest Airlines?

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. Can families sit together on Southwest?

What are the economy seats like on southwest?

Since there is no pre-assigned seating and no upgrade options on Southwest flights, all economy seats are nearly identical. Exit row and bulkhead seats will provide extra legroom, sometimes even up to 39 inches of seat pitch.

What is “legroom” on a plane?

Before you book your next flight, check out our airline legroom guide, which provides important tips on the seat width and seat pitch, the distance from one seat to the seat in front or behind it – what travelers often refer to as “legroom.” The pitch varies from seat to seat, row to row, type of aircraft and airline. Bottom line: size matters.

Is there more legroom in the bulkhead seats?

Sure, there’s more legroom in the bulkhead and (some) exit rows, but there’s 1 coveted seat that you’ll really want to find — The Money Seat. The Money Seat is a window seat behind the exit row.