FAQ's

Caskets can only be sent on wide bodied aircraft. Please check the available aircraft ask your repatriation agent in... More »
The maximum weight depends on the airline and the aircraft that is being used. Always check with your repatriation... More »
Most airlines insist on the deceased being delivered no later than 6 hours before the scheduled flight departure... More »
The time an airline takes to confirm flight details for repatriation differs from airline to airline. If there are... More »
We keep a stock of 3 sizes of Flight Tray for Funeral Directors. More »
Airlines will insist on coffins being wrapped in hessian with sufficient protective packing such as bubble wrap.... More »
Most Airlines insist on Zinc Lined Coffins for repatriating Human Remains. The exception is British Midland when... More »
Human Remains arriving from outside the EC require Customs Clearance before they are released from the airport.... More »
In most cases the only documentation you require is The Death Certificate, The Free from Infection Certificate, Out... More »
X-Ray Screening would automatically be arranged by your repatriation agent. More »
You do not require an Export License to repatriate Human Remains from the UK. You will require a Customs Entry. More »
If you inform your Funeral Director that you wish to travel on the same flight as your relative they can advise what... More »
Only Funeral Directors can issue a Funeral Directors Declaration, one of the required documents for Repatriation.... More »
When you are faced with the death of a loved one overseas you should contact their insurance company first. They may... More »
If you inform your Funeral Director that you wish to travel on the same flight as your relative they can advise what... More »

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most airlines insist on the deceased being delivered no later than 6 hours before the scheduled flight departure... More »
When you are faced with the death of a loved one overseas you should contact their insurance company first. They may... More »