A Turkish heiress and bride-to-be has been killed in a plane crash alongside her friends as they returned from her bachelorette weekend.
Miss Basaran had spent the past few days celebrating in the United Arab Emirates with seven of her closest friends.
On yet another Sunday, a private jet carrying 11 females crashed, killing 11 people on board, in the second air crash involving Iran in less than a month, when 66 people died on a passenger plane, on a Sunday as well.
Data from the FlightRadar24 website shows that about 80 minutes after taking off the jet rapidly gained altitude and then dropped more than 3,050m (10,000ft) before disappearing off the radar.
Villagers near the crash earlier said they saw flames coming from the plane's engine before the crash, according to a report by Iran's state-run judiciary news agency Mizan.
The final photo posted on her profile showed her seven female friends smiling in pink and white robes.
Mina Basaran, 28, from Turkey, is believed to have been aboard the private flight after throwing a bachelorette party in Dubai.
It said the eight passengers on board were six Turks and two Spaniards. "In it, she posed on the tarmac carrying flowers, wearing a denim jacket reading "Mrs. Bride" and the hashtag "#bettertogether".
She had only posted a few pictures on her Instagram account on the journey over to Dubai.
The Turkish jet, identified by Turkish media as a Bombardier CL604, crashed in the Zagros Mountains outside the city of Shahr-e Kord and some 370 kilometers south of Iran's capital, Tehran, on Sunday evening.
Other victims included 28-year-old architect Zeynep Coskun, who also recently was engaged and would have married in the summer, Turkey's private Dogan news agency said.
The company grew out of northeastern Turkey's hazelnut trade and has since invested in multiple sectors including finance, construction, energy, cement, tourism, clothing and yachts.
She was due to marry Murat Gezer, who runs his own printing firm, at a former Ottoman palace on the banks of the Bosphorus on April 14.
Turkey's Transport Ministry said the aircraft belonged to her father's company.
"Kiani, the Deputy Head of Crisis Management in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, and an eyewitness say the plane was already on fire before crash [ing]" into the mountainside.