Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson is selling private jets at famous London store Harrods.
Dickinson, a tuned pilot, may be the chairman of Aeris Aviation, whorrrre running the pop-up venture on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, west London.
As The Evening Standard reports, six-seater Eclipse 550 jets take sale. Each costs around £2.2m. The jets will probably be on sale until the end of August.
“There aren’t any other twin engine jets that can come near the Eclipse when it comes to cost and economy and, that has a range more than 1000 nautical miles, it truly is ideal for Europe,” Dickinson says with the news.
“It is extremely good to fly and I am excited because of the future due to this remarkable aircraft.”
A press statement adds: “The Eclipse Jet provides the lowest acquisition valuation on any jet available on the market, helping you to achieve jet speeds with the purchase price of the turboprop! Priced thousands of dollars below our closest jet competitor, the Eclipse Jet will demonstrate the world that you’re being careful using your transportation budget.”
The company also claims how the jet “leaves a decreased carbon footprint” due to the low fuel usage, adding which it “gives returning to the environment anytime it flies”.
Iron Maiden will release new album ‘The Book Of Souls’ in September. Recording on the album was delayed after frontman Bruce Dickinson was told they have cancer. Dickinson was recently due to the all-clear after treatment.
Dickinson was diagnosed which has a cancerous growth about the back of his tongue in February and underwent a seven-week duration of radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment.