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As of December 2015, the BinAir Fleet consists of the following aircraft:
Accidents and incidents
- On 19 January 2010, a Bin Air Swearingen SA-227-DC Metro was damaged when the right main undercarriage collapsed on landing at Stuttgart Airport.
- The European Union warned the airline in 2011 to improve its safety or face inclusion in the EU no-flight blacklist of banned airlines. The issue was also discussed by the commission implementing regulation (eu) no 390/2011 of 19 April 2011 in points 15 and 16.
- On 7 March 2013, a Bin Air metroliner was responsible for the closure of Dublin Airport's main runway for around 35 minutes when its forward retracting nose wheel collapsed during landing.
- Bin Air code data at planespotters.net
- "List of Air Carriers licensed by the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (current Operating Licences), Version: October 27, 2014" (PDF). Retrieved 28 October 2014.
- "Accident: BinAir SW4 at Stuttgart on Jan 19th 2010, right main gear collapsed on landing". The Aviation Herald. Retrieved 20 January 2010.
- EU warns German, Spanish airlines over safety Archived March 15, 2012, at the Wayback Machine., Irish Independent retrieved 5/5/2011.
- see points 15 and 16, official journal of the european union 20-04-2011 accessed 5-5-2011.
- "Flights resume at Dublin Airport after small cargo plane damaged on landing". RTÉ News, Ireland. Retrieved 7 March 2013.
- "Photo: Crashed Metroliner at Dublin Airport". @MMcKCiara Ciara Underwood. Retrieved 7 March 2013.
- Kapps, Sebastien. "Accident: Bin Air are rubbish according to Dublin crash witnesses". Simon Hradecky.
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