During an attempt to land at Blackbushe Airport in Yateley, a Saudi-registered private jet - which was arriving from Italy – crashed at a car auction site in Hampshire killing four people on Friday, according to BBC.
According to reports, the pilot and all three passengers were killed but no-one on the ground was injured, Hampshire Constabulary said.
BBC cited an eyewitness as saying the Phenom 300 jet exploded on impact at the British Car Auctions site, which is based at the airfield. In a statement, Blackbushe Airport said the jet crashed near the end of the runway while attempting to make a landing.
The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation tweeted it was a Saudi-registered private aircraft and that it would support the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) in its investigation.
A spokeswoman for Milan Malpensa Airport reportedly confirmed the plane had left at 13:30 BST on its way to Hampshire.