"I was afraid it was going to hit a Malindo Airlines plane". The plane involved in the accident is from the US-Bangla Airlines.
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 controller asked if everything was okay, and the pilot responded, "Yes".
"The plane shoot off the runway while it was about to crash into the hanger and immediately caught fire", an airport official was quoted as saying by the Himalayan Times.
A recording purportedly of the conversation between the controller and pilot has been published online.
"Then I saw the plane change direction nearly completely and it was flying straight towards us". One woman collapsed in tears after checking the list.
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"The aircraft was burning", photojournalist Saroj Basnet told the BBC. "After that I don't remember anything, I was unconscious".
The aircraft's wheels got stuck, causing it to fail to land in the parking bay, instead falling into the grass.
Witnesses have described how the US-Bangla Airways plane carrying 71 people abruptly changed direction moments before it crashed.
The plane was reportedly carrying 67 passengers and four crew members.
"The last recorded words of the US-Bangla pilot is: "[Unintelligible] said sir, are we cleared to land?" At least 49 people are reportedly dead while others have been rescued.
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Airport sources claimed the pilot sounded "confused".
Bohora, an employee of Raswita International Travels and Tours, recalled that the take-off was normal from Dhaka but when the plane approached the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) for landing in Kathmandu, the aircraft began to behave strangely.
Its poor air safety record has been blamed largely on inadequate maintenance, inexperienced pilots and substandard management.
The Nepal incident comes just hours after a Turkish business jet crashed into a mountain in Iran on Sunday, killing all 13 aboard.
The airline, part of US-Bangla Group, is based in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, and flies to several domestic and worldwide destinations. It has since expanded with routes to South Asia, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
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In 2015, one of its planes overshot the runway on landing at Saidpur in northwest Bangladesh.