Day earlier, the ill-fated plane took the daughter of a Turkish tycoon and seven of her friends to Dubai for a bachelorette party in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), global media reported.
The Turkish jet suddenly disappeared from the radar while passing through Iran's airspace and crashed near the Iranian city of Shahrekord in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province Sunday evening, IRNA quoted Reza Jafarzadeh as saying. A spokesman for the emergency services told state television that the wreckage was clearly visible but the mountainous terrain was making it hard to access.
Local residents who had reached the site of the crash said there appeared to be no survivors and victims' bodies were burnt, ISNA news agency reported, quoting Mojtaba Khaledi, spokesman for Iran's emergency services.
Some reports said the plane went down during heavy rain. A private company that handles public relations for the Sharjah airfield declined to immediately comment.
The Başaran Investment Holding operates in different sectors including tourism, finance, construction, tourism, aviation, cement, and energy.
"She also posted a photo three days ago of the plane on the tarmac carrying flowers, wearing a denim jacket reading "Mrs Bride" and the hashtag "#bettertogether".
The last videos shared on Mina Başaran account showed her and friends attending a music concert by the British pop star Rita Ora at a club in Dubai.
Six rescue teams were dispatched to the site of the crash, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency.
It is the second aircraft in as many months to have crashed in Iran.