As the date for the defence review announcement moves nearer, secretary Liam Fox has revealed some of the more interesting solutions as the governement look to save loads of money.
After lengthy discussions with a number of airlines, it was decided that Easy-Jet's fleet would become the dual-role attack force for the RAF as well as the flagship carrier for Britain. In this capacity the companies fleet would continue their trans-european flights, as well as patrolling the borders within European air-space.
Flight crew will now consist of 3-4 trolley dolleys, 2-3 armed soldiers, air-crew and a gun-man. No snacks will be served during combat maneuvers, and extra signage will now be displayed for passengers of no-smoking, wear seatbelts, and don helmet. Gas masks will deploy should they be required.
Ryan air had also been in the running, but during testing, it was found that their accuracy in bombing raids and ground attacks was poor, often with them hitting a location some miles away from the primary target!
Dr. Fox (Not of Magic FM) also hinted that P&O's ferry fleet could be retro fitted with torpedo's and mines, should he need to go further and save more.