A Turkish socialite celebrating her bachelorette party with seven friends has died in a fatal plane crash, carrying the group from the UAE to Instanbul on Sunday.

abrir conta demo em opções binárias turkish Mina Basaran, from Turkey, is believed to have been aboard the private flight after throwing a bachelorette party in Dubai. The flight that was bound for her hometown began to fail after the plane’s engine caught fire and crashed into the mountains of Iran.

The 11 on board died, according to Red Crescent, an Iran news agency.

Eight aboard the flight were passengers and three were crew members.

The country’s Civil Aviation Organization spokesman, Reza Jafarizadeh, said the private jet crashed near Shahr-e Kord city, some 230 miles south of the capital Tehran.

Local villagers who reached had reached the crash site in the Zagros Mountains reportedly found only badly burned bodies and no survivors.

The plane was identified as a Bombardier CL604, tail number TC-TRB by Turkey’s Dogan News Agency.

That tail number was the same that heiress Mina Basaran, 28, had posted on Instagram three days ago on Thursday.

In the image she stands on the tarmac wearing a jacket that says ‘#bettertogether Mrs Bride’.

In another picture, she holds heart-shaped balloons inside the plane.

Her wedding was set for next month.

The plane was traced to a company called Basaran Holding, for which Mina worked, according to Turkey’s Transport Ministry.

Huseyin Basaran, Mina’s father, is the chairman of the company.

Huseyin is a former deputy chairman of Trabzonspor football club and owns businesses that span yachts to energy, according to Reuters.

He also runs a series of luxury apartment blocks in Istanbul named ‘Mina Towers’ after his daughter.

Mina was a part of the company’s board of managers and was in line to run the business that included real estate.

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