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easyJet's cost per seat fell year-on-year, by 0.5% to GBP55.16 from GBP55.45.
It builds on the proven economics, versatility and reliability of the A330 family, while reducing fuel consumption by about 25 percent per seat versus previous-generation competitors and increasing range by up to 1,500 nautical miles, compared to the majority of A330s in operation.
It has pioneered and incorporated the latest technologies, including new generation engines and the industry's reference cabin design, delivering 20 per cent fuel cost per seat savings alone.
Cebu Pacific said fuel burn and emissions will decrease as much as 15 percent, cutting costs per seat by about 7 percent.
The company said costs per seat were also higher, up 3.9% to PS56.66.
Compared to the 737-300, the MAX 8 offers 30 percent greater seat capacity, and a more than 30 percent improvement in fuel efficiency per seat. The MAX achieves the higher levels of performance with the latest technology CFM International LEAP-1B engines, Advanced Technology winglets, and other airframe enhancements.
The cost of the trip ranges from 10,295 to 13,414 Russian rubles (roughly $152 - $198) per seat.
Notwithstanding the weather, the group flagged that its turnaround efforts are bearing some fruit, with passenger revenue per seat up by 9% to PS50.84 in the period.
Passenger numbers rose by 3.7 per cent and early indications of summer trading are "encouraging", with an estimated 7.5 per cent increase in passenger revenue per seat.
With the additional capacity, the 787-10 provides airlines the lowest operating cost per seat of any widebody airplane in service today.