"The slides came out but they were blowing all
over the place. People managed to escape - from what I saw - before there was a
big explosion, with flames everywhere. We had taxied and stopped right next to where it was happening and
people in my plane were just saying 'oh my god' and 'get us off this
plane'," she said.
No cause has so far been established for the crash,
but images shared on social media suggest a belly landing, which occurs when an aircraft lands without its landing gear
fully extended, using its underside to
come to a halt.