The Boeing 737 family is a family of narrow-body aircraft. The Next-Generation aircraft (B736, B737, B738, B739) sport two CFM International CFM56-7 engines. The Classic family (B733, B734, B735) sports two CFM56-3 engines. The original two models (B731 and B732) sport two Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines (not the -200 series).
The Boeing 737-800 was the first narrow-body aircraft purchased by Fifty-Two Airways. It has a capacity of 38 passengers in economy class, and 11 passengers in business. This totals 49 passengers total, excluding jump seats. Upgraded cabin with mood lighting is available on planes 201, 203, 204, 205, and 4LL.
Initially, the 737-800 seated six people in business class, not enough for the demand. Its first refurbishment increased the capacity from six to eight.
The aircraft is just as comfortable as an Air Ruskin Boeing 737 MAX 8, although limited to five mood-lighting colors.