RAF fighter jets deployed to civilian airports

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 RAF fighter jets deployed to civil airports

For the first time in 80 years, RAF fighter jets are deployed to civilian airports. This is reported by the Daily Express.

For the first time since Britain declared war on Germany in 1939, the Royal Air Force is developing plans to disperse fighters in different parts of the country to quickly respond to direct attacks on their bases.
< br /> Eurofighter Typhoons based in Moray protect the northern sector of the UK, while Coningsby fighters in Lincolnshire defend the southern sector. However, other combat fighters and larger aircraft will also be relocated during the 'imminent crisis'.

operational turns” before taking off again.


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