Iran's state-run news agency, quoting Red Crescent, said at least 11 people were on board the small plane.
Witnesses in a village near the crash claim they saw flames coming from the plane's engine before it crashed, according to Iranian news agency Fars.
According to SCAD, a private Bombardier Challenger Turkish TC-TRB, took off at 5:16 pm local time from Sharjah International Airport en route to Istanbul Ataturk Airport and disappeared from the radar around UAE time 7:30 pm. Officials at the airport did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Turkey's NTV channel quoted the Turkish Transport Ministry as saying that the plane belonged to the Istanbul-based Basaran Holding Company, which is active in the energy, construction and tourism sectors.
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