A man has been killed after a plane crashed in Thailand’s north-eastern region of Palawan, officials said on Friday.
An official said a passenger jet, carrying three people, crashed into a hillside in the district of Kanchanaburi at about 8:30pm local time (1330 GMT).
It is unclear how many people were on board.
The official told Reuters news agency the plane, which belonged to Glory Travel Agency, had been heading to Bangkok.
“We have a passenger in the cockpit, a passenger who was on board,” the official said.
“There are no reports of injuries or deaths.”
Authorities said the cause of the crash was under investigation.