There is a growing demand for the easy transportation of cremated remains, as the cremation rate increases and families are more dispersed. In some cases family wish to transport the mortal remains of their loved one back for scattering or storing in their home state. In other cases family wish to distribute cremated remains between family members or just to move them at different location. Nevertheless, you should follow some steps to be sure this happens as easy as possible. Here are some tips how to do that.
Transporting cremains by air
Most airlines will allow you to transport cremated remains, either as air cargo, or as carry-on or checked luggage. Whether shipping the cremains as cargo or as checked luggage, consider all of the following.
Shipping cremation ashes by post
Shipping the ashes is usually not as widespread as travelling with the cremation urn for ashes. However, if you have to do this, please take into consideration the following:
The process of transporting, shipping or mailing an urn with cremains of a loved one can seem like a complicated list of procedures. If you are well prepared there is nothing to worry about. Your patience will be rewarded by a positive experience in getting your loved one to the chosen meaningful destination.
We hope this guide has been useful to you.
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