Sure, A330, airlines that (correctly) calculate that they will have low loadfactors tend not to forecast making profits in within a year, though ... generally it takes a year or two, especially on long haul, to break even.
This is the peak season, with lots of tourist traffic - off peak, loads will drop by at least 50%. If in peak season they are struggling to reach 50%, what will happen in winter? Also, if you're reducing utilisation of your aircraft, then your overall fixed unit costs increase ... which makes the situation even worse.
Don't forget CTB tried LAX and MIA and they were a disaster for them. What makes IV think they can be any better?
With cargo yields on transatlantic services being the lowest for two decades, I shudder to think what your pax yields are like if you say that's where the money is coming from!