Kozhikode: At least 20 people were killed, including the pilot and co-pilot, and around 100 injured when an Air India Express flight from Dubai\u2014part of \u201cVande Bharat Mission\u201d skidded off the table-top runway at Karirpur airport in Kozhikode on Friday evening.\u00a0The aircraft, with 190 people on board, was attempting to land in bad weather, overshot the runway and fell into a valley, splitting into two portions. The aircraft plunged 35 feet into the valley at the edge of the runway while it was making a second attempt to touchdown amid heavy rainfall at around 7:41 pm. Rescue operation underway after the plane overshot the runway in Kozhikode, killing at least 20 including both the pilots. Image (Agencies) In a statement, the DGCA said, \u201cVisibility was 2,000 meters and there was heavy rain.\u201d It said \u201cthe flight, IX-1344, shot runway 10. Rescue operations, which went on till 11 pm, are over.\u201d Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said relief teams from Air India and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) will reach Kozhikode on Saturday, from Delhi and Mumbai. He ordered a probe by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau. https:\/\/twitter.com\/HardeepSPuri\/status\/1291784427811401728 The director-general of National Disaster Response Force, S N Pradhan, said Calicut airport had a "table-top runway" and that the aircraft fell into "a ditch" after skidding across it. He said the impact with the bottom of the ditch caused the aircraft to break in two, and that the front half was "very badly mangled and damaged". https:\/\/twitter.com\/narendramodi\/status\/1291775276599263233 Prime Minister\u00a0Narendra Modi\u00a0expressed pain over the tragedy and said he had spoken with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. President Ram Nath Kovind and Vice President Venkaiah Naidu expressed their concern and offered condolences to the families of those killed in the mishap. Leaders from all political spectrum joined and offered their condolences. People in Kozhikode (Calicut) town gathered at large outside blood banks at the midnight after the district administration flagged for running out of the blood.