An Indonesia military plane crashed into an airport Monday and burst into flames, 24 people onboard were killed, an air force spokesman said.

The dead include 17 special forces, 6 crew and an instructor. It was not clear what caused the Fokker 27 to go down in rainy weather outside the city of Bandung.

Emergency vehicles rushed to the scene and shuttled victims to a nearby hospital.

There was a thundering sound and the plane blew apart, said Budi Wuraskito, director of operations at the airport.

The plane that went down Monday was said to be more than 30 years old. There were no survivors and several of the bodies are reportedly damaged beyond recognition.

There are more than 120 people were killed in recent years because of airline crash in Indonesia.