- Plane crashed at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal
- Flight had arrived from Dhaka, Bangladesh, when it careened off the runway
- Plane was carrying 67 passengers and four crew members when it crashed
- At least 50 people have died and 23 have so far been taken to hospital
Dozens of people have been killed in a plane crash at an airport in Kathmandu, Nepal on Monday.
The flight from Dhaka, Bangladesh, landed on the Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal, but ended up careening off the runway and crashing, bursting into flames.
Nepal army spokesman, Brig. Gen. Gokul Bhandari, said 50 people had died and the fate of the others was unknown.
Crash: The passenger flight from Dhaka, Bangladesh, landed in Kathmandu, Nepal, but ended up careening off the runway and crashing in a nearby field
Tragedy: At least 50 people died when the plane crashed at the main airport Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal