The US-Bangla Airlines aircraft was attempting to land at Kathmandu Airport when it veered off the runway and crashed into a circuitously football pitch.
According to reports, 67 passengers and 4 organisation members were on house the plane, which is believed to have taken off from Dhaka in Bangladesh.
Those on house enclosed 33 Nepali passengers, 32 from Bangladesh, one from China and another from the Maldives.
A survivor, Basanta Bohora, told the Kathmandu Post: “All of a remarkable the craft shook vigourously and there was a shrill bang.
“I was seated circuitously a window and was means to mangle out of the window.”
People posted photos of thick smoke rising from the disadvantage on social media.
Hundreds of people stood by a circuitously mountain as rescue workers attended the scene. Amanda Summers saw the pile-up from the patio of her home.
She said: “It was drifting so low we suspicion it was going to run into the mountains.”
Ms Summers pronounced it was misleading if the craft had reached the runway when it landed. She added: “All of a remarkable there was a blast and then another blast.”
The Bangladeshi airline operates a Boeing 737-800 and smaller Bombardier Dash Q-400 planes.
Nepal has suffered a series of air disasters in new years, and the country’s bad reserve record has been blamed on unsound craft upkeep and fresh pilots.
In early 2016, a Twin Otter turboprop aircraft crashed into a mountainside in Nepal – killing all 23 people on board.