At least 50 people are reported to have died after a plane crash at Nepal's Kathmandu airport. Officials say the aircraft missed the runway and burst into flames. 71 people were on board the service, operated by US-Bangla Airlines.
At least 49 people have died and more than 20 are injured after a Bangladeshi plane burst into flames as it came in to land at Kathmandu airport. Officials said the plane was "out of control" as it approached the runway.
Airport authorities and the airline have blamed each other for the accident that left at least 49 people dead. Monday's crash of a small Bombardier propeller plane is Nepal's worst since 1992.
An airliner has ditched into a lagoon after undershooting the runway in Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia. Passengers and crew were all successfully rescued.
The nose gear tires were shorn off as the VietJet Airbus A321neo landed after a 340-kilometer flight from Ho Chi Minh City. The jet had been delivered just two weeks before the incident.
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