With opposition to every plan of airport capacity expansion revealed in a report this morning, the government are going to look at the last viable option of visitors to the UK being allowed to parachute from their plane into their preferred airport.
"We understand that many of the parachuting passengers haven't had any formal training," a spokesman for the plan told us. "That's why if we can't get a third runway at Heathrow, we will opt for a giant bouncy castle to soften the landing of amateurs."
Ryan Air's Michael O'Leary has welcomed the suggestion and plans to implement it even if other airlines aren't as keen. "I think the idea of throwing passengers out of the plane somewhere near their destination is a fine idea and means as we are only flying over the airport, each plane can become a multi-drop flight."
"I want to reassure passengers that this will not have any impact in the cost of your ticket, unless of course you choose to take the optional parachute for €200."