Graham, Newcastle and Bristol are in the pipeline...
Further details about SNBA (source: De Morgen):
x SNBA transported 2.6 million pax during it's first year of existance
x European loadfactor: 48.2%
x African loadfactor: 53.1%
x they welcomed less clients than expected (had hoped for a load factor of 49.6% in Europe and 59% in Africa), but the revenues of the pax were better than expected (people payed more for their ticket than expected)
x the flights didn't have much delay on average
x they ask more flexibility from the staff (to be profitable in 2003)
x in the summer-months of 2003, hundreds of flights are going to be scrapped due to low demand
x a capitalinjection is not necessary, following Rob Kuypers
x a war with VEX is expected when the codeshares end in March 2003. VEX is going to open 3 new destinations and stays flying to the actual codeshare destinations with SNBA (which SNBA is also going to serve with codeshares like BCN and MAD, or on their own like Nice)
x codeshare with IB on BRU-BCN and BRU-MAD, also negociations with AZ for BRU-FCO
x codeshare with BA on BRU-NCL and BRU-BRS
x with their own A319's (with the first one joining the fleet the 7th of February 2003), flights to TLV and IST are planned
x SNBA is also negociating with an American carrier (probably AA) for one or more destinations in the US. SNBA has not the intention to do the flights themself, so it will probably be an American plane with the SN codeshare flight number on it
Does anyone know the 3 VEX destinations?