The death number rises to 14, with 35 injuries and 22 serious injuries. Kazakhstan has already grounded all Fokker 100 aircraft in the country.
The death number rises to 9, with 9 injuries including 6 children.
Bek Air flight Z92100 flying from Almaty International Airport (ALA) to Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport (TSE) crashed just after take-off in Kazakhstan. The aircraft involved in the accident is Fokker 100. Registration of the aircraft is UP-F1007.
The aircraft disappeared from radar at 07:05 local time. The flight was operated by a Fokker 100 registered UP-F1007.
At the time of the crash, the plane was carrying 95 passengers and 5 crew members.
According to local media and preliminary reports there are survivors, with emergency services rushing to the scene.
Local authorities have confirmed that the jet lost altitude and crashed into a two-story building, during take-off from Almaty International Airport.
The number of deaths is believed to be at least seven.