The Boeing 717-200 is a narrow-body commercial jet that was based on the DC-9 series of jets. It was designed to serve regional routes, while giving comfort of a mainline jet. The Boeing 717-200 interior is larger then all regional jets and is sized well when compared to other aircraft. Inside the Boeing 717-200 cabin you will find that the seating arrangements are usually set up in two different configurations. The most popular interior arrangement for the 717 is a two class setup with a business / first class and an economy class. Airlines have setup their interiors to have 8 to 12 first class seats. Airlines that have a first class / business class cabin include Delta Air Lines, Qantas / QantasLink, AirTran Airways (airline closing in December 2014) and Hawaiian Airlines (8 first class seats). The seat pitch for the business class seats are usually 37 inches. The economy class in the Boeing 717 interior is usually equipped with 98 to 115 seats. These seats have a 30 to 32 inch seat pitch. The second configuration for the jet is a one class setup. Some airlines have chosen to equip their Boeing 717-200 jet with only an economy or coach class. QantasLink has some of their 717s in a one class configuration with 125 seats. To see seat maps of these configurations visit our Boeing 717-200 Seat Map page. The photo of the 717 cabin located below is a Midwest Airlines Boeing 717-200 interior with an all business class cabin.
Boeing 717-200 Lavatory - Restroom
The Boeing 717-200 Cabin has one to three lavatories or restrooms on-board. Delta has three lavatories, QantasLink has two and Hawaiian Airlines has one lavatory. The Boeing 717-200 lavatory is usually a regular sized lavatory that is bigger then the ones found on regional jets.
Boeing 717-200 Interior Dimensions
Here are the following dimensions on the 717-200 jet's cabin. Currently we have limited data on this area.
Cabin / Interior Width: 120.1 to 122.5 inches (approximate)
Cabin / Interior Height: 6.92 feet or 83 inches +- approximate. Based on our estimates, center aisle.
Above Boeing 717-200 cabin / interior photo of a Midwest Airlines 717 Reg# N914ME SN 55177/5127 All business class seats by Konstantin von Wedelstaedt on Wikimedia Commons. Photo (only) released under the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2.
Interior / Cabin Cross Sections / Cutaway
Here are two diagrams of the interior / cabin of the Boeing 717.
Above cross sections by Boeing. Click to view larger.
Other Names for the Boeing 717-200 Cockpit and Flight Deck
The Boeing 717-200 aircraft has a few different names that it is called by. If you are flying on or learning more about the aircraft you will find the following names for the airplane:
Boeing B712 Cockpit and Flight Deck: B712 is the ICAO code for the airplane that is used by air traffic controllers, airlines and others. More information on this will be posted later.
Boeing 717 Cockpit and Flight Deck (with out the -200): Many call the 717-200 just the 717, which is the main aircraft program the plane is in (the only plane in the 717 program). 717 is also the IATA code for the jet aircraft.