I don't have definite numbers, but I have the strong impression that the new seats are more profitable than the old ones. I mean that they have a slightly higher rating (for their size) which results in a higher ORS rating. And that allows to increase prices.
In that case, the new cabin editor was not only a shiny Christmas present, it is also a financially interesting present ;-)
I also notice a general increase in profits but I am not able to verify the exact reasons. System-wide load factors also increased despite my risky approach to expand and to offer more capacities in key markets.
It is also interesting to note that my feeder Sparrow Commuter and Sparrow Regional also experience a considerable increase of profits. One reason could be that some Indonesian airports were updated with higher traffic data to reflect the huge rise in traffic in this region in real world.
Despite my risky ventures, I am a little bit cautious and I entered “new markets” with acceptable risk. Domestic and regional expansion is my priority and it is also a fact that I don´t suffer from the problems with the A330s etc. and their new seating because I don´t have widebodies and my long haul network is rather small.