Report: Crashed plane flying to Aspen from Arizona

The small plane that crashed at Aspen airport is believed to be a Bombardier Challenger 600 and was flying to the Colorado city from Tucson, Arizona, an ABC News affiliate has reported, citing air officials.

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ASPEN UPDATE: FAA spokesperson says airplane that crashed appears to be a Bombardier Challenger 600, coming from Tucson to Aspen

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One dead after plane 'explodes into flames' in Colorado

At least one person has died after a private plane crashed on an icy runway at Aspen airport in the US state of Colorado on Sunday. One survivors remains in a critical condition and another has minor injuries, local officials said.