JAKARTA (AFP) - Twenty-four Indonesian military personnel were killed Monday when their training aircraft crashed into a hangar at an air base in West Java, a hospital source said. The Fokker 27 plane was making a landing during a regular training flight when it crashed and burst into flames at 1:05 pm (0605 GMT) in Bandung, 110 kilometres southeast of Jakarta, an air force spokesman said. He could not confirm the final death toll but a doctor at the West Java hospital where the victims were taken said all 24 people on board the plane had died. All the bodies found on the crashed plane have been brought here, there are 24, said Drajat, a doctor at Salamun hospital in West Java. Some 18 bodies have been identified but others are cut into pieces, so its difficult to recognise them. A police forensic team is trying to identify them. Air force spokesman Bambang Sulistio earlier said no one could have survived the crash. The evacuation process is still underway but I dont think therell be any survivors. I predict all 24 people aboard are dead as the plane has been completely destroyed, he told AFP. He said no one on the ground at the Husein Sastranegara airstrip was injured. The airport is used by military as well as commercial aircraft. So far theres no information that there are victims other than the plane passengers and crew, he said. An investigation was underway but it was too early to discuss the possible causes of the crash, the spokesman said. Before we fly there are procedures and checks to make sure the plane is in good condition, he told reporters. Were setting up an investigation team to see if there was human error or aircraft failure...From our information it crashed, there was some sort of explosion and it caught fire. A witness identified as Ari told ElShinta radio that he saw bodies in the hangar. I saw body parts scattered in the hangar. I didnt see any survivors, he said. Unconfirmed media reports said the plane, which was built in 1975, was carrying trainee pilots as well as servicemen who were on a regular parachute exercise. Indonesia, an archipelago nation heavily dependent on sea and air transport, has one of the worlds worst air safety records. The European Union has banned Indonesian airlines from its airspace since June 2007 due to safety concerns.