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Narrative: The plane was hit by a bus shelter which was blown over a fence at Edinburgh Airport. At the time of the incident, 87 mph winds were sweeping over Scotland. Bus stop 4 in the long stay car park was blown over fence by the hurricane force winds and hit the B737 that was on the stands opposite the car park
A Jet2 spokeswoman said: "A Jet2.com aircraft was damaged on Tuesday as a result of the extreme weather conditions in Scotland. "Fortunately there were no injuries, the damage to the aircraft was minimal and normal services have resumed."