A passenger plane carrying passengers from the Netherlands to Brussels has crashed in the northern Belgian region of Arnhem Land.
The plane, carrying around 60 people, crashed on Wednesday, killing all on board, Belgian authorities said.
It was one of two crashes in Belgium in the past two weeks.
On Monday, a Germanwings flight crashed in northern Germany after losing contact with ground controllers.
The cause of the crash is yet to be determined.
The Netherlands is home to several airlines, including KLM, which has been struggling to compete with budget carriers.