This is a report about the crash with this link:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8676898.stm
Libya plane crash - at least one Briton among dead
Afriqiyah Airways said the plane crashed as it attempted to land
At least one Briton was killed when an Airbus crashed in Libya, killing more than 100 passengers on board.
The Afriqiyah Airways flight from Johannesburg crashed at Tripoli International Airport with 93 passengers and 11 crew on board.
Some passengers were booked to connect to Europe, including seven to Gatwick, South African air officials said.
It is not yet known if other Britons were on board. Concerned relatives should call +44 20 3355 2737.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said he was "greatly saddened" by the crash.
"It is now clear that one of the victims was a British national. Our deepest sympathies are with the families and friends of all those who lost their lives," he said.
"We are continuing urgently to clarify whether any other British nationals were on the flight. We stand ready to offer emergency consular assistance."
The British Embassy in Libya said it had a consular team at the crash scene, but it had no information, as yet, of any other British passengers.
Officials were trying to get hold of a copy of the passenger list, a spokesman added.
The passengers on board the Airbus 330 are believed to be of various nationalities, including British, Dutch and South African.
One Dutch child that survived is being treated in hospital for injuries including broken bones, Libyan officials said. Dutch officials say 61 of their nationals were killed.
The 11 crew were all thought to be Libyan nationals, an employee said.
The BBC's Rana Jawad in Tripoli says it was not clear whether the plane was on the runway when it crashed, but people at the airport told her they could not see the plane.
The Foreign Office said: "Afriqiyah Airways Flight 8U771 from Johannesburg had been due to land at 0610 local (0410 GMT). The plane crashed close to the airport."
A Foreign Office spokesman said: "Libyan officials have informed us that Afriqiyah Flight 8U771 from Johannesburg crashed at Tripoli International Airport this morning.
"Afriqiyah Airways have set up a helpline for those concerned about relatives."
My sincere condolences go to all the relatives and friends of all the people who died.. It is a miracle the Dutch child survived. I hope he recovers ok from his ordeal.