When one company buys another they always make a press release explaining what that does for their business right now, this is what you are linking to.
A few posts above you were asking for sources, I identified the press release (amongst other material) which explains the Connect Airways consortium’s intentions for making the purchase (in summary: synergies across the group) and how they propose to unlock those (changes in the legacy BE network to feed an enhanced presence at MAN and LHR).
I parroted this back to you, and you are now trying to row back from your previous (clearly wrong) assertions that Connect would feed KL at AMS and AF at CDG and nothing more.
I have pointed out my sources, when challenged by you, and you have chosen to ignore them (which is not surprising because they discredit your position).
Further information on the plans for Connect Airways can be found online, should you wish to see this message repeated elsewhere.
I think your are just reading into what you'd like it to say because that isn't what it says to me.
As stated above, I parroted back to you the public statements by VS, and the Connect Airways consortium. This is not me interpreting anything.
As noted above, for reasons stated above, you have chosen to ignore those sources.
As you correctly note Flybe was facing insolvency there really wasn't any need for VS to buy it unless they wanted it to remain in tact. Sure they can make network tweaks, improve timings, network pricing etc but I don't think they are going to make any major changes to the network and I don't think there are really any significant opportunities to add many more destinations than the currently cover.
Again, I have highlighted the public statements on the changes they want to make (for example the increased European footprint). You may be right that changes, tweaks come in the short term (some already have) but the clear and significant change of focus of the legacy BE network is expressly set out in the publicly available information.