A Chinese Eastern Airlines plane with 132 passengers on board has crashed in the southwestern part of the country, Guangxi.
This information was reported by Al Jazeera and BBC quoting the state broadcaster CCTV.
The accident happened on Monday. Nothing is known about the damage yet.
According to state media, the Boeing 737 caught fire after crashing into a mountain.
The flight was scheduled to depart Kunming from Guangzhou at 1:15 a.m. local time.
Rescuers were dispatched to the scene, CCTV reported.
The plane crashed near Thong County in Wuzhou Province. Guangzhou and Guangxi as well as provinces in the south.