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Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson in aviation rights row

An aviation company chaired by the Iron Maiden frontman is losing millions of pounds because of a dispute over landing rights, he has claimed.

Bruce Dickinson set up maintenance business Cardiff Aviation in 2012 at RAF St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan.

He said it was after verbal assurances from the Welsh Government he could use a landing system that he still does not have access to.

The Welsh Government said it will discuss the issue with Mr Dickinson.

  • 05 Aug 2016