Mina Basaran, 28, and many of her seven girlfriends who accompanied her on the trip had successful careers with some already starting families. The disaster prompted an outpouring of grief in Turkey.
The other three of the 11 killed, all women, were the two pilots and a flight attendant.
The families of the dead were meanwhile flown home on a scheduled Turkish Airlines flight, it added.
Iranian Legal Medicine Organisation confirmed that 10 of the women had been identified. "One of the cadaver bags contained remains which belonged to other 10 bodies. One body is still missing," it said.
Iran's Civil Aviation Organisation said the plane crashed after a technical problem whose origin remains unknown.
Photographs reprinted from social media showed the eight women lounging at a resort in the UAE and posing with the two pilots inside the plane.
The Basaran Holding company of Mina's father Huseyin is active in the energy, construction and tourism sectors. Mina had become a board member in 2013.
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