At least 141 people were killed on Tuesday when an Indonesian air force transport plane crashed in Medan on Tuesday shortly after take-off and exploded in a fireball.
Rescue operation has now been called off at the crash site, BBC reported.
This is latest in a series of accident in recent years involving military aircraft. President Joko Widodo has ordered a review of the aging air force fleet and other hardware.
The plane took off at 12:08 pm (0508 GMT) from the airbase and crashed in Medan about two minutes later, about five kilometres from the base, according to the military.
According to report, shortly after take-off, the pilot had asked to return to base, adding the aircraft might have suffered engine trouble.