I don't know. National is not in the best shape right now, but they are doing very well load-wise out of MIA (or they obviously would not be adding the 3rd daily) and offer more seats out of MIA than HP (HP has two daily A320s, one from MIA one from FLL, N7 has the two dailyb 757s) but, then again, LAS is a low yield market. I really hope they survive, because they seem to be a good airline, though I really don't know if they will, however, I think this airline would better be taken over by another carrier (maybe America West, same hub, same 757s) rather than it just going under. They offer a good service from LAS to America's largest O&D markets, though I have always thought it makes no sense for an airline of thier size to serve MDW AND ORD, and to have so many JFK-LAS flights. The cutbacks, however, will probably help a troubled company. I am sure the DCA suspension has more to do with DCA's temporary closing than anything else.