The German airline Bin Air is about to make a comeback: two years after the withdrawal of the AOC, the carrier was able to regain it shortly before Christmas. The German Federal Aviation Authority also granted Bin Air the necessary operating license.
Bin Air is now authorized to carry passengers, cargo and mail again. According to CH-Aviation.com, the company founded in 1996 once had the largest Metroliner fleet in Europe. This consisted of 15 copies at weddings. At the time of the operating ban in October 2018, Bin Air still had eleven Metroliners.
It is still unclear which business segment the German carrier would like to enter. The company did not comment on regaining approval. According to CH-Aviation.com, the website was last updated in 2015. The carrier's machines are parked in Essen and Mönchengladbach, among others. Local aviation enthusiasts have been reporting for a few weeks that activities can be seen on the machines. Bin Air will probably make them fit again. In the past, the carrier also specialized in the transport of urgent medicines and other medical goods, so it cannot be ruled out that the small planes of this provider could possibly fly corona vaccines into remote regions.