Well done, but that's a pure copy of the SN
Besides, you are still stuck with some very big 'problems' then....
-) 2 iso 3 rotations, thus less flexibility.
-) only origin to destination traffic.
-) turboprop vs. jet.
-) remote parking stand at BRU
-) competitive fares on SN
-) As SN
is the only airline linking BRU
of the Commission) with SXB
(seat of EU Parliament), virtually ALL
pax related to the EU are member of SN
's FFP and thus travel under special conditions (more luggage, upgrade, ...). so these people will not easily be persuaded not to fly SN
In short: there might have possibly been a niche market to support 2 daily return flights between CWL
for origin-to-destination traffic only, but with SN
, it simply stands no chance.