British Defence Secretary Micheal Fallon said the deployment of two tornados and Typhoon jets would double up the number of British jets taking part in the race against the Islamic State militant groups.
"The tornados and Typhoons which were used in the strike to bomb the Islamic state hit wellheads, thus cutting off the terrorists oil revenue at the source. Early reports suggest that eight successful attacks were carried out," a statement read.
British parliament voted in favour of extending air strikes from Iraq to Syria to battle the Islamic State on 2 December. Hours later, British jets launched airstrikes against Isis targets in Syria, IANS reported.
Isis terrorists have been killed by the British Royal Air Force's aircrafts - Typhoon. The fighter jets were used for the first time in bombing missions, according to the British Ministry of Defence, Xinhua agency reported.
Currently there are 800 personnel supporting operations to destroy the Islamic State or Daesh in Iraq and Syria.
A statement issued by the Ministry of Defence states that on 4 December, Typhoon FRG and Tornados which were based in Cyprus conducted further air strikes on targets in a IS controlled oilfield in Syria, IANS reported.
David Cameron plans to buy 20 drones, which will be used in raids against the Islamic State militants operating in Syria, RT reported.
The PM has said he will spend "hundreds of millions of pounds" in buying drones to fight the Islamic State, RT further reported. Britain has been gearing up to take military action in Syria.
I believe the House has taken the right decision to keep the UK safe - military action in Syria as one part of a broader strategy.
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 2, 2015