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The King’s Flight

Kings, Queens & Flying Machines

The unofficial Royal Flight became The King’s Flight in July 1936. After the abdication of King Edward VIII an Airspeed Envoy was bought by public funds replace aircraft owned privately by Edward.

Collection Ref: 5683-17

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