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Volga-Dnepr Gulf welcomes back Iron Maiden Ed Force One

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes

On 27th of June Air Atlanta-Icelandic Boeing 747-400 aircraft customized for Iron Maiden Rock Band “Ed Force One” arrived at Volga-Dnepr Gulf (VD Gulf) hangar to for C-check and reapplication of new livery after completion of the band’s “The Book of Souls World Tour”.

For the last four months “Ed Force One” flew all over the world and landed in more than 45 cities and performed unique show “The Book of Souls” to many fans.

The VD Gulf painted and customized aircraft was spotted by flightradar24 and other photographers about 200 times and inspired even much more band fans and aircraft lovers.

Now it’s a time to decommission the unique colors of Iron Maiden, reconfigure the cabin of Ed Force One, perform extensive C-check and return it back to new livery as required by Air Atlanta Icelandic.

All VD Gulf staff are proud of to be part of “The Book of Souls World Tour” world tour success and will remember such exciting experience for a long time.

 



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