They are flying with 70+% occupations right now, their Tijuana flights are already booked above 85%, even with all its problems, customer experience flying IAJ is still better than all the other crappy airlines competing against them.
I don't think this is amusing, considering they're flying more than 20 times less planes, in a type with almost 33% less capacity than the A320 (without mentioning the A321s). These well could be bookings made before the COVID-19 outbreak. Even when numbers are cold, we always can use those that make our opinion look better.
Another problem they have is that, when they decided to stop betting on the SuperJets, they did lay off lot of the personnel that were assigned to that sub fleet. Now they have lots of crews with type ratings for a plane they're not flying, again. Also, they need cash for the "liquidaciones" of the excess of ground employees, starting those in stations that they now won't fly into.
Don't get me wrong. I don't wish them to get out of business. It's just that their situation is really not great, even with those "good" load factors.
As we say in México, "una golondrina no hace primavera".