Iron Maiden rocker Bruce Dickinson has been grounded - the airline company he flies planes for is entering into administration.
The musician, who has been a qualified pilot for years, flies jets for Astraeus Airlines and was named the firm's new marketing director last year (10).
But bosses at the company have now been forced to stop all flights with immediate effect and suspend the firm's business dealings following "lower than expected" income over the summer.
A source tells Britain's The Sun, "DICkinson will be alright, but workers now face a fight to get their money."
DICkinson, who also pilots Iron Maiden's tour plane, was one of the first commercial pilots to fly a jet out of New York following Hurricane Irene earlier this year (11).