Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson spent the band's day off in Canada on Saturday shooting an episode of the History Channel's Ice Pilots.
Dickinson co-piloted a World War Two-era DC-3 plane from Edmonton to Hay River in the Northwest Territories. He tells the Edmonton Journal, "It’s a classic airplane. I did a little bit of flying of these in the States. It’s like a vintage car - there’s pretty much nothing automatic on it, apart from the engines, which keep going, and that’s it. It’s a great airplane. It’s historic and an experience, which is rare these days."
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