Now Playing

Thunder - The Chosen One

Bruce Dickinson To Help Irene Victims

The Maiden frontman will fly 200 people back to Iceland

The Press Association reports that the singer, who regularly flies for chartered airline Astraeus, will fly 200 passengers affected by Hurricane Irene from Newark airport in New Jersey to Reykjavik in Iceland for airline Icelandic Airways. 

Dickinson will apparently fly a 757 aeroplane which has been painted in Iron Maiden's colours and has been most recently been in use as the band's plane on their extensive world tour, which ended three weeks ago.

More from Rock News


Add a comment

Log in to the club or enter your details below.