The airline said 100 people were on board and that some had survived.
At least seven people were killed when a Bek Air plane crashed into a building shortly after departing from Almaty Airport in Kazakhstan on Friday.
Some of the passengers survived, airport officials said in a statement. There were 95 passengers and five crew members on board
At 7:22 a.m., the plane, a Fokker 100, bound for Nur-Sultan, the Kazakhstan capital, lost altitude and crashed into a two-story building, officials said.
The cause was not immediately known.
Source: New York Times