Investigators launched a probe into possible violation of air safety regulations, said a statement.
Moscow: A Russian passenger plane overshot the runway, crashed into a building and caught fire at an airport in Siberia on Thursday, killing two crew members, officials said.
The small AN-24 aircraft, travelling from Ulan-Ude in Siberia, was attempting an emergency landing at Nizhneangarsk airport, the regional government of Buryatia said.
But the plane went 100 metres off the tarmac and "crashed into a waste treatment facility building".
"The plane caught fire," it said on its official Instagram account.
Two crew members were killed and 43 passengers, including a child, survived.
Investigators launched a probe into possible violation of air safety regulations, the transport investigators of Eastern Siberia said in a statement.
The plane belonged to regional Angara airline and was on a regular flight.