I know that there are second chance airlines that are doing so good, but you have to believe me on this with the ex TAESA managers. They are not airline managers, they are only traditional company managers who think the airline business is plain and simple. When TAESA started back in 1990, they only flew new aircraft: B737-300, B737-400, B737-500 and B757-200 and some B727's, the average fleet age was 1.7 years in 1991. And what happend? They couldn't deal with the leases and started returning the new birds and replacing them with the B727-100, B727-200, B737-200 and DC9 series. TAESA's CEO even went to jail because of taxes not paid by TAESA to the mexican finance ministry. I really hope VuelaMex starts flying, but hope they don´t become a TAESA in the future. And don´t get me wrong, TAESA used to be my favourite airline until 1995, they gave me the only jumpseat I've ever had on a B757-200. But they do know how to send an airline to bankruptcy.