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Aviamagazine | June 2016

Ed Force One

Iron Maiden’s tour 747 visits Amsterdam.

As you might know, Iron Maiden’s front man, Bruce Dickinson is a spotter and pilot as well. This might have contributed in Iron Maiden choosing a Boeing 747 as airplane for their Book of Souls World Tour with, no wonder, Bruce behind the stick.

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The heavily branded 747 TF-AAK, leased from Air Atlanta Icelandic landed at Amsterdam Schiphol on June 6th for a 3-day stay. During these days, the aircraft was parked on the R platform, giving some great photo opportunities. Hundreds of people visited over the days to view the plane. It left again on the 9th, taking of from runway 24, heading Paris.


TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

TF-AAK, B747

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