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The interior's had by now become a lot more luxurious with art deco style marquetry - The first aircraft specifically ordered for Royal use was this Vickers Viastra delivered in May 1933 and costing £4250.<br />
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A new book gives an intimate look behind the scenes of the Royal Flight and also the flying Royals.<br />
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Starting in 1917 the book charts in pictures the 100 year evolution of first the King's Flight and then later the Queen's Flight as well as the Royal families passion for aviation.<br />
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Author Keith Wilson has had unprecedented access to the Queen's Flight Archives to provide a fascinating insight into both Royal and aeronautical history.