Be entertained while you're on your way
We are serving water and snacks on flights over 250 miles, when available. Straws are available on request. For all other flights, snack and beverage service is suspended until further notice to limit close interactions. (Began May 22)
Enjoy all the free movies, free on-demand and live TV2, and even free messaging1 you want in our Inflight Entertainment Portal*. All you need is a compatible device and you're ready for takeoff.
You'll also get a flight tracker, arrival and connecting gate information, and access to southwest.com – all for free.
For more information, visit southwest.com/wifi
For only $8 all day** (and free for our A-List Preferred Members!) per device, you can access the internet, check your email, or post to your social media accounts.
We accept all major forms of payment: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa and PayPal.
**Internet access for $8 a day per device on WiFi-enabled aircraft. Price is subject to change. May not be available full duration of flight. In order to provide a top-notch WiFi experience, we prohibit access to certain high-bandwidth applications and websites, including Netflix, HBO GO® and VoIP. We also prohibit access to certain obscene or offensive content.
Our eco-friendly Evolve cabin interiors were designed with a focus on sustainability, as well as providing maximum comfort and enhanced personal space. From carbon-neutral carpet and lighter E-Leather seats to more knee room and better lumbar support, our new modern look is both earth-friendly and you-friendly.
Pretzels are always complimentary, as well as an assorted list of non-alcoholic beverages. Complimentary Nabisco® Selections are available on select flights. Cocktails, beer, and wine may be purchased onboard with a valid ID and a major credit card (we don’t accept cash).
Our drink receipts are now 100% digital, so if you get thirsty and purchase a drink onboard, come back here to view and print your receipt.
Southwest Airlines is the world’s largest operator of Boeing 737s. It is the only type of airplane we fly! This means that all of our Pilots, Flight Attendants, and Mechanics are trained and familiar with every airplane in our fleet. We believe our skilled professionals and our consistent, state-of-the-art fleet are two primary reasons that Southwest Airlines has one of the best operational safety records in the worldwide airline industry.
Your comfort is important to us. That is why, when we designed our aircraft interiors, we worked hard to provide a comfortable distance or pitch* between your seat and the seat in front of you. The chart below shows the number of seats in each Boeing 737 model we could fly if we provided less space for our Customers compared to the actual number of seats in the cabin. It will also give you an idea of what you can expect in terms of legroom.
Our aircraft have one aisle and one single cabin with three seats on each side of the aircraft. The first row of seats on each side is bulkhead seating.
|B737-700||B737-800 and B737-MAX 8|
|Southwest Passenger Capacity||143||175|
|Maximum Passenger Capacity||149||189|
|Narrowest Seat Width||15.5”||15.5”|
|Widest Seat Width||17.0”||17.8”|
|Movable Aisle Armrests||All rows||All rows except bulkhead (front)|
|Lavatories||One forward and one rear||One forward and two rear|
*As defined by our aircraft manufacturer, seat pitch is determined by measuring the distance from any point on a seat to the same point on the seat directly in front of it.