Bruce Dickinson sells private jets in Harrods
Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson has joined forces with famed London retailer Harrods to open a pop-up shop for private jets.
Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson has joined forces with famed London retailer HARRODS to open a pop-up shop for private jets.
Dickinson is chairman of Aeris Aviation, an aircraft dealership from which the pop-up will be funded upon opening later this month.
The pop-up will sell special-edition Harrods jets and is reported to be looking towards the least expensive end of the market with Eclipse 550 jets by One Aviation that retail for £2.2 million (approximately $3.4 million).
At their priciest, private jets such as a Gulfstream G650 can cost up to £41 million (approximately $64 million).