Bruce Dickinson flies Lancaster Bomber plane prior to Toronto show

Posted by on July 18, 2017

Iron Maiden are about to wrap up their North American run this weekend. However, the adrenaline and adventure hasn’t slowed down during this extensive trek, especially for Bruce Dickinson.  According to CBC news, before the band’s Toronto show last Saturday (15), the frontman was seen flying in the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s prized Lancaster Bomber plane. Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum CEO and pilot David Rohrer said:

“The first model airplane he ever built was a young lad was a Lancaster.”

Additionally, it’s Canada’s only operational Second World War-era Lancaster, making it an extra-special aviation experience for Dickinson.

Check out the images below of his experience:


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