Shahr-e Kord is some 370 kilometers (230 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.
The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the UAE has affirmed that it will provide support to authorities in Iran investigating the fatal plane crash that killed 11 people on Sunday.
Three crew members, a woman who is a relative of the company's founding family and 7 of her friends were on board.
The ministry identified the plane as a Canadair CL604, tail number TC-TRB.
The AP reported that investigators found the black box from the plane, owned by the private holding company of Mina's millionaire father, Huseyin Basaran, on Monday.
Basaran Investment Holding, which has been active since 1930s in Turkey, has widespread investments, from hazelnut production and energy, to tourism and and construction. A graduate of the private Koc University, Ms Basaran and her friends were from the wealthiest echelons of Turkish society and were educated in the country's best institutions and overseas.
Bombardier spokesmen say they were saddened by the accidents but insisted the planes are safe and reliable.
Local media reported villagers near the crash saying they saw flames emerging from the plane's engine before the aircraft went down.
It was traveling back to Istanbul when it gained altitude and then "dropped drastically", according to a flight-tracking website.
Who was Mina Basaran, the Turkish bride whose private Sharjah-Istanbul plane crashed? The DNA analysis will be needed to identify the victims, according to the agency.
Last month, all 66 people on board are feared dead after an Iranian commercial aircraft crashed into a mountain in a southern Iran valley this morning (Sunday).
One of the last photos on her Instagram account showed her surrounded by seven other young women, all wearing robes and sunglasses. All on board perished in the crash.