But that decision would be subject to a "full and fair consultation" before a final decision is put before the House of Commons in the winter of 2017/18.
A decision on the expansion of Heathrow Airport is expected next week after the Prime Minister delayed the decision so she could find out the reviews of the Cabinet members.
The U.K. government will decide next week whether to expand London's main airport, Heathrow, or its rival Gatwick putting an end to decades of prevarication over what has become one of the most contentious issues in British politics.
Boris Johnson and Justine Greening are fervent opponents of a third runway - with the Foreign Secretary once promising to "lie down in front of the bulldozers" to block construction at the west London airport.
The animations show new flightpaths into each airport side-by-side using Googlearth, with Heathrow overflying 278,000 people compared to 3,800 at Gatwick. The spokeswoman said the government would set out in due course whether parliament would get to vote on the decision.
Theresa May will allow ministers to express their opposition to airport expansion for a period of time after the decision is made next week, in the strongest signal yet that the government is preparing to back Heathrow's bid to build a third runway.
Mrs May told ministers the decision had been "delayed for too long" and it was in the "national interest" to announce the intention soon.
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Last week the SNP said that expanding Heathrow could also free up £200m in construction spending and deliver a huge boost to connectivity.
Ministers are being allowed to voice their opinions before the decision is made.
At today's Cabinet meeting, a "majority" of ministers spoke out on the Davies Commission recommendations.
Additional capacity would be a boost for United Kingdom business and competitiveness regardless of the scheme that the Government chooses, the PM said.
On Monday, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling dismissed the idea that the government might approve competing expansion plans for both Heathrow and Gatwick.
A decision could then be taken next week by the Economic Affairs (Transport) sub-committee, which is chaired by the prime minister.
"If ministers had grasped this nettle this time previous year, we could have been much further down the line on implementing a decision by now".
"Clearly it is an important decision to get right so that future generations can benefit".