In order to cope, I would like to bring my laptop on the plane to access fof website, read fof book that I downloaded; I'll bring, as a back up plan, a walkman for listening to cds (Capt K's of couse). What I'd like to know ...
1. is there power available for computer use on Boeing 737-800?
2. can I access the web on a flight?
3. are there really tv-s on the back of each chair in a 737-800?
4. can you select a movie from various choices or do you have to watch what is on the screen?
5. do cell phones work in a plane?
6. It is unfortunate that the decent seats, are "special" for a higher price..I will be sitting 2 rows behind the right wing for round trip....is that a stable place, like sitting over the wings?
7. I used to be claustraphobic and panic and on top of it, get really nauseated from fear and motion. ....I anticipate being very excited about the flight, but I fear my reaction if there is moderate to significant turbulence...not worried about minor, actually (and I can hardly believe it!) I am somewhat looking forward to finding my courage when minor turbulence is present. I know it's not dangerous, ...maybe that's the mantra!
All help is greatly appreciated...tell me about the 737 800....going on Alaska Airlines from California to Anchorage, Alaska.
You lucky person. What a journey. You have to enjoy it. The privelege of such a trip is unknown to millions of people....make sure you enjoy it. I'll try to help by finding out what I can about the -800. Which airline are you going with?
Hi, If you go on the airline website you may be able to search for cabin layout/seat plan which may show power socket points or even e-mail information at the airline's website. It may depend on the airline but none of the 737's I have flown on have had any form of personal seat entertainment , certainly not in economy but these were all for short haul flights. In USA it may be different.
I would take reading material/MP3 player or similar /puzzle books just in case.