Are you in the market for a new plane, but finding it difficult to know who to trust when it comes to finding a great deal for a quality product? Bruce Dickinson is here to help.

As many fans are aware, Dickinson isn't just the singer for Iron Maiden — he's also the chairman of Aeris Aviation, a U.K.-based company that offers sales and service for Eclipse aircraft. According to the Evening Standard, the company is working with Harrod's to sell planes out of a pop-up shop in West London through the end of the month.

"There are no other twin engine jets that can come close to the Eclipse in terms of cost and economy and, with a range in excess of 1,000 nautical miles, it is ideal for Europe," NME quotes Dickinson as saying. "It is great to fly and I am excited by the future for this remarkable aircraft."

"The Eclipse Jet has the lowest acquisition cost of any jet on the market, allowing you to achieve jet speeds at the purchase price of a turboprop," adds a press release claiming that the plane is a low-emission craft that "gives back to the environment every time it flies" and adds, "Priced hundreds of thousands of dollars less than our closest jet competitor, the Eclipse Jet will show the world that you are being careful with your transportation budget."

Dickinson, who recently triumphed over a cancer scare, is reportedly getting ready to go back on the road with Maiden in support of the band's new two-LP set, The Book of Souls.

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