A Boeing Co. 737 operated by a Cuban airline crashed after taking off from Havana's international airport, with many of the more than 100 people on board feared dead, according to media reports.
The Cubana de Aviación flight covered the Havana-Holguin route, Cuban media and newswires reported. It carried 104 passengers and nine foreign crew members, the newswires said. Cuban officials have yet to release an official death toll.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel visited the crash site near Jose Marti International Airport and said that there appeared to be a high number of casualties, Agence France-Presse reported.
Boeing has yet to issue a statement on the incident.