Flight of the Icarus: Bruce Dickinson’s venture flies high with a dot com
Legendary lead singer, Bruce Dickinson, rocked the 80′s with his band, Iron Maiden.
A generation of headbangers swore to his name, even after he split from the band in 1993, but not before hits such as “Flight of Icarus” made the top of the British charts.
Having sold more than 85 million records, Bruce Dickinson did not stop at music.
As a commercial air pilot, he soared the skies for years and now he’s launching Cardiff Aviation – a center in South Wales that promises to bring almost 1,000 jobs to the area.
The great news is that Cardiff Aviation secured the dot com – CardiffAviation.com – along with the obligatory .net.
Both domain resolve to a basic, temporary web site that promises to be completed soon. A picture of Bruce Dickinson without his long hair, validates the web site
Meanwhile, CardiffAviation.co.uk is registered but currently parked, although its registrant seems to be a brand specialist, associated with Cardiff Aviation. All three domains were registered on the same day, April 19th.
Congratulations to Bruce of the Iron Maiden fame and may you soar the skies, like an eagle!