While on tour in Canada, Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickenson took a little side trip to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, and got the opportunity of a lifetime. He'd arranged to get a flight in a WWII era Avro Lancaster, and from the looks of it, had a great time. Bruce, as you probably know is a licensed pilot, and captains the bands plane "EdForce1" when they're on tour. He didn't get to pilot this flight, but it looks like just getting to ride along was good enough for him. Aces High!