An airbus of Air Blue crashed into Margala Hills near Islamabad this morning.
According to preliminary reports, as many as 152 passengers including crewmembers were onboard.
Smoke was seen rising through heavy clouds, police and rescue service officials said.
Eyewitnesses said people witnessed airbus flying at very low altitude and it might have crashed due to rough weather.
The authorities are still trying to determine the exact location of the crash site. The plane was flying from Turkey via Karachi to Islamabad.
Thick smoke was witnessed rising from the Margalla Hills as such deaths are feared. Police and rescue teams are currently facing difficulty reaching the site.
The plane lost contact with the control tower due to bad weather. It was diverted to Lahore but the crash occurred amid thick fog and heavy rainfall.
Helicopters were seen hovering at the place and the wreckage had been seen.
The ill-fated plane was an Airbus piloted by Capt Pervez Iqbal Chowdhry and co-pilot was Mujtadin Chughtai. The flight number was 202.