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The exceptionally intense aerodynamic whirlwind was caused by Boeing 777, according to the airport spokesman. Intensive wind whirl of the landing aircraft then released the tiles on the roof. Events of this type, however, are something quite exceptional and so far no one was injured by them. The airport itself is prepared to cover the damages.
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