Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson stars in airline safety video

'Run To The Hills' singer helps out the UK's Civil Aviation Authority- video

Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson has been revealed as the star of a safety video for the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority, which you can view below.

The rock singer – and trained pilot – has lent his stage skills to the ‘Safety In The Balance’ training video, which outlines the intricate requirements needed to ensure aircraft, passengers, crew and ground staff stay safe.

“Hello, I’m Bruce Dickinson,” says the singer on film, “and I’m here in this video to tell you why your loading of an aircraft can make a real difference to flight safety.”

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The singer previously announced his returns to the skies as a working pilot, following the news that Iron Maiden’s own plane Ed Force One was to be used in flights for a commercial airline.


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