The family has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and love from strangers across the globe.
Jason’s father, Brian, told the BBC the family were so overwhelmed by what they had experienced they were unsure if they would ever be able to move on.
“It’s been such a rollercoaster ride.
He’s always been the most down-to-earth person and that’s been the case for the most part.”
I don’t think we’ve ever been in a situation where we’ve had a plane go down that we didn’t think was a possibility and that was a big thing for him.
“He is such a lovely person, he was always a quiet person and a kind of laid-back guy and he was very brave.”
“I’ve been thinking about him for a long time and what he was doing and what it would have been like for him to have survived a crash.”
And I know he’s going to be in a very different place in his life, but he is a good kid.
“The crash happened near the village of Pembroke, near Portobello in Somerset.
Jason was a talented musician and the youngest of three boys.
He started playing guitar at six and was given a guitar at the age of eight.
He went on to have a string of successes in the music industry, with his debut album and single, “I Can’t Explain”, becoming a Top 20 hit.
Jason is survived by his mother, Jennifer, and sister, Zoe, who both worked as professional musicians.