The demise of a loved one is one of the most painful events in your life. Though it might take you a long time to recover from the shock of their death, you can't turn your back to perform their last rites. In some of the religions such as Hinduism, the rituals should take place as soon as possible. The first step you need to take to begin the funeral is to get the deceased to your local funeral home.
When your loved one expires in a state which isn't close to your city, dead body transport Agra by air is the best bet. Though there are other means of transportation (roadways and railways) none of them can compete with flights. An air cargo carrier is the fastest mode to return a deceased to their family.
To send cadaver via by the airways, there is a set of rules and regulations that one has to abide by. The dead body should be embalmed and sealed in a coffin as per the airline's guidelines. This is done to ensure that the dead body doesn't become a source of an outbreak of a disease. For cargo clearance, you will need photo id proof of the deceased, death certificate, NOC from the consulate and local police, embalming certificate and the contact details of the consignee. The shipment of a dead body to nations outside India might require additional documents and formalities to be followed. We at Express dead body transport liaise with the corpse receiving authorities to ensure deceased is safely transported to the intended location.
The cost of a dead body transport Agra by air depends on the destination, airline chosen and the weight of the cadaver. Other factors that are taken into account is the charges of coffin box and mortuary.