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Iron Maiden man Bruce Dickinson’s new airline takes off

PUBLISHED: 16:27 10 September 2015 | UPDATED: 16:27 10 September 2015

Captain Bruce at the controls

Captain Bruce at the controls

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The first aircraft for the new ACMI airline from Cardiff Aviation, chaired by Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson has now formally entered service.

The 737-400, flying under the call sign MAIDEN-001, has already carried out numerous operations including passenger flights for Iraqi Airways and transporting IM fans to an exclusive album listening party.

You can read our interview with Bruce Dickinson here.

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