Southwest Seat Selection

Discover the convenience and comfort of Southwest seat selection. Choose your preferred seats and enjoy a personalized flying experience. Find out how to secure the perfect seat for your next Southwest Airlines flight.

  1. Open Seating Policy: Southwest Airlines follows an open seating policy, meaning that they do not assign specific seats to passengers. Instead, you are assigned a boarding group (A, B, or C) and a boarding position (1-60) within your group.

  2. Boarding Process: Southwest uses a boarding process based on a unique boarding number system. Passengers are assigned a boarding position based on the time they check-in for their flight. The earlier you check-in, the better your chances of getting a preferred seat.

  3. Seat Selection on Board: Once you board the aircraft, you can choose any available seat on a first-come, first-served basis. You can select any open seat that suits your preferences, whether it be a window, aisle, or middle seat.

  4. EarlyBird Check-In: If you want to improve your chances of getting a better seat, Southwest offers an option called EarlyBird Check-In. For an additional fee, EarlyBird Check-In automatically checks you in and assigns you a boarding position before general check-in begins, increasing the likelihood of getting an earlier boarding position.

  5. Business Select and Upgraded Boarding: Passengers traveling on Southwest's Business Select fare have a guaranteed A1-A15 boarding position, which provides early access to seat selection. Additionally, Upgraded Boarding is available for purchase at the gate (subject to availability) to secure a better boarding position.

  6. Family Boarding: Southwest also offers Family Boarding, which allows families with children age six or younger to board between the A and B boarding groups. This gives families an opportunity to find seats together.

To make the most of your seat selection on Southwest Airlines:

  • Check-in online as early as possible (24 hours prior to departure) to get a better boarding position.
  • Consider purchasing EarlyBird Check-In or Upgraded Boarding for a higher boarding position and more seat selection options.
  • Arrive at the gate early to ensure a better chance of finding seats together if traveling with a group or family.

It's important to note that while Southwest does not assign specific seats, they prioritize customer satisfaction and strive to accommodate passenger preferences and seating needs as much as possible.

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