"I pray that the crew and all the passengers are OK", said Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto.
An Aeromexico airliner crashed after taking off in the northern state of Durango on Tuesday, a federal official confirmed, and the state's governor says no one was killed.
Two passengers were injured critically, Fernando Rios, a spokesperson for Durango's State Coordination of Civil Protection said on Mexican television. He broke his arm and is being treated at a local hospital. Mechanical failure and human error could be factors, but certainly the weather wasn't favourable. But the governor said two minors had not been included in the first tally.
The airport has been closed while officials attend to the wreckage.
The airline's last accident involving an aircraft in flight occurred in 1986. The passenger jet went down after the runway ended, he said. The plane had barely taken off when it felt like it was hit by a strong air current, another passenger told network Televisa. Passengers and crew jumped to safety before the plane was engulfed in flames. "[We] shouldn't have been flying, bro", passenger Juan Rivera told ABC News in an interview Wednesday.
"Fortunately, we have now found all 103 - now we know where each one is - this gives us a lot of tranquillity", Durango state Gov. Jose Aispuro said, according to The Associated Press.
"I feel blessed and grateful to God", Flores later told Reuters. The pilot was the most severely hurt but was in a stable condition. He was "alert and resting", the diocese said, adding, "We pray for Fr. Sanchez and everyone affected by this plane crash".
Approximately 85 people had been injured during the crash, with 37 of those hospitalised.
The E190 is often used for regional commercial flights around the world and is commonly used by US carriers American Airlines and Jetblue. He said it was too soon to speculate on the cause of the crash.