The Boeing 717-200 jet is a commercial jet that was designed to serve regional routes with around 110 seats. The most common seating configuration for the Boeing 717-200 jet is a two class layout with around 110 to 117 seats. The Boeing 717-200 seating configuration varies by airlines, however only one airline operates it in a one class, economy configuration. In the two class seating configuration, the Boeing 717 has a 2 by 2 seat layout for the first class / business class section. The economy or coach class section seating is configured in a 2 by 2 seating layout. The Boeing 717-200 layout also usually has two or more lavatories or restrooms. At lease one lavatory is located at the back of the airplane. An overview of the seat maps for the various airlines are located on our Boeing 717 seat map / chart page. More details on the seating configuration for the jet are located there.
Below is an overview on the layouts for the Boeing 717-200 jet, that the airlines operate
Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 Seating Configuration / Layout
Delta operates the 717 in a three class configuration with 12 seats in a first class section, 15 seats in an "Economy Comfort" section and 83 seats in an economy class configuration. This gives a total of 110 seats The seat pitch for the seats are the following, 37 inches for first class, 34 inches for Economy Comfort and 31 inches for economy. There is one lavatory located at the front of the plane and two lavatories located at the back of the jet. Below is the layout for the Delta 717.
Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717-200 Layout
Hawaiian operates the Boeing 717 jet with a first class and coach / economy section. The Hawaiian 717-200 has a total of 123 seats in this seating configuration. There are 8 first class seats and 115 coach seats. The first class seats have a 37 inch seat pitch and coach has a 30 to 31 inch seat pitch. The layout for the Hawaiian Boeing 717-200 has one lavatory that is located at the back of the aircraft.
QantasLink / Qantas Boeing 717-200 Seating Configuration
QantasLink is operating the Boeing 717 with two different configurations. The first configuration is a two class setup with 110 seats. There are 12 business class seats and 98 economy seats, at total of 110 seats. The first class section has the standard 37 inch seat pitch and the economy class has a 31 inch seat pitch. There is one lavatory located at the front and one located in the back. There are a total of 2 lavatories.
The second configuration for the Qantas Boeing 717 is a one class economy layout. There are 125 seats in this layout, with a 30 to 31 inch pitch. Two lavatories are located at the back of the airplane.
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Other Names for the Boeing 717-200
The Boeing 717-200 jet aircraft has a few different names that it is called by. If you are learning more about the aircraft you will find the following names for the airplane:
- Boeing B-717-200 Seating Configuration Layout: the "B-717" or "B-717-200" name is used by many, including the FAA, to refer to the jet.
- Boeing B712 Seating Configuration Layout: B712 is the ICAO code for the airplane that is used by air traffic controllers, airlines and others.
- Boeing 717 Seating Configuration Layout (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. Boeing's KC-135 tanker was the first aircraft that was called the 717 by Boeing, so Boeing gave the 717 commercial jet the 717-200 model name. The airplane is called, by many, the 717 because there is no other commercial aircraft from Boeing with that name.