San Francisco Giants Livery
As the official airline partner of the San Francisco Giants, we are happy to share our new Giants-themed livery. This is the second San Francisco Giants Livery in our system. At the unveiling, Alaska employees dedicated the aircraft along with presenting a $100,000 check to the Willie Mays Scholarship Fund, in honor of the 'Say Hey Kid's' 90th birthday. The fund assists in making college aspirations come true for San Francisco's Black youth and empowers them to pursue their goals to achieve success in high school, college and beyond.
San Francisco is Alaska Airlines' third largest hub with 108 daily flights to 39 destinations to and from San Francisco.
Especificaciones del Airbus A320-214
- Passenger Capacity: 12 First Class/24 Premium Class/114 Main Cabin
- Alcance: 3,190 millas naúticas
- Largo: 123 pies, 3 pulgadas (37.5 metros)
- Envergadura de Ala: 111 pies, 10 pulgadas (34.1 metros)
- Comodidades destacadas:
- Seats: Ancho de los asientos del avión
Interior seating layout of our San Francisco Giants Airbus A320Alt text for the Airbus A320-214 seating configuration
This diagram shows the seat map for our Airbus A320-214 aircraft. Our Airbus A320-214 aircraft have two cabins: First Class, and Main Cabin. The First Class cabin has 12 seats in rows 1-3 of the plane. As you board the plane, the First Class seats are lettered, from left to right, F and D, the aisle, then C and A. The Main Cabin is rows 6-32, including 24 Premium Class seats in rows 6-9. Exit row seating on this aircraft is in rows 16 and 17. As you board the plane, the Main Cabin seats are lettered, from left to right, F, E, and D, the aisle, then C, B, and A. There are 8 emergency exits: two at the front of the First Class cabin (one on each side), four in the middle of the Main Cabin at rows 15 and 16 (two on each side), and two at back of the plane (one on each side). There are 3 lavatories: one at the front of the First Class cabin (on the left, when facing the front of the plane), and two at the back of the Main Cabin. There are two galleys: one at the front of the First Class cabin, and one at the back of the Main Cabin.