Officials said there were 71 people on board the US-Bangla Airlines plane from Dhaka when it crashed into a football field near the airport at 2:18 pm yesterday.
The full-service airline is based in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, and flies to several domestic and worldwide destinations.
The exact number of dead and injured remained unclear amid the chaos of the crash and the rush of badly injured people to nearby hospitals, but Brig.
Raj Kumar Chhetri, general manager of Tribhuvan International Airport, said at a news conference Monday afternoon that there was a "problem" with the landing alignment of the aircraft and that when air traffic control ordered the plane not to land, "there was no response from the pilot".
According to reports, around 17 passengers have been rescued and at least 50 are feared dead.
It was identified as Flight BS 211 that was flying from Dhaka (Bangladesh capital) to Kathmandu.
It has reported the Nepali pilots of the other aircraft are heard saying the pilot of the Bangladeshi plane should be assisted by radar and taken out of harm's way, and that the visibility in the hills is bad.
The pilot circled twice in a northern direction and was asked again if things were okay, and the pilot gave the same response.
According to the flight tracking website FlightRadar24, US-Bangla flight made a crashed landing at 14:20 local time (08:35 GMT).
"There is a video on Youtube, which shows the conversation between the pilot and the control tower".
Offering his condolences, Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli promised an immediate investigation.
Relatives of some of the passengers gathered in front of US-Bangla Airlines office at Dhaka's Baridhara district, demanding to know what happened to their family members.
Airline spokesman Kamrul Islam, told AFP 33 of the passengers were Nepali, 32 were Bangladeshi, one was Chinese and one from the Maldives. His flight hours are over 5,000.
Depending on the direction of approach, pilots have to fly over high terrain before making a steep descent towards the airport, Ascenzo said.
In 2012, a plane carrying trekkers to Mount Everest region hit a bird and crashed in Kathmandu, killing all on board.
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