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Reception and dispatch of the deceased remains at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
is realized through the goods terminal (cargo center) by the conditions and standards of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Each air carrier prescribes in more detail and separately the conditions and restrictions for the deceased remains transport.
For detailed information and instructions, users of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport can contact the cargo center coordinator.
koordinatoru kargo centra.
Documents required for delivery for transport or collection upon arrival of the deceased remains are as follows:
- passport of the deceased
- for taking into the country
* Consulate of the Republic of Serbia abroad
(If the remains are not accompanied by a permit, it is necessary to contact
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia (tel. +381 11 3068-268)
- for taking out of the country
* permit of the destination country embassy consulate
- payment of transportation costs to the airline
- death certificate from the health institution
- payment of storage costs (current account of Nikola Tesla Airport: 330-4014642-71 Credit Agricole bank)
- payment of waybill costs (current account of Nikola Tesla Airport: 330-4014642-71 Credit Agricole bank)
For the transportation of mortal remains from abroad to Serbia, it is necessary to obtain an appropriate
document of the Republic of Serbia - permit.
The request for the issuance of the permit is is submitted to the Embassy, i.e. the Consulate General
of the Republic of Serbia in the area of the last residence of the deceased.
To obtain the permit, you need to submit the following documents in the original:
The consent is obtained by the diplomatic and consular mission of the Republic of Serbia. If the person will be buried in a third country, but the transport of mortal remains remains is done through the territory of Serbia, it is necessary to obtain a a transit permit for the Republic of Serbia. All the above documents, as well as the permit of the country in which the person will be buried, are required for the issuance of the transit permit.
For the urn transfer to Serbia, it is also necessary to obtain a permit.
All the above documents and the cremation certificate are to be submitted.
The insured sum is paid in the event of natural death of the insured
or death of the insured due to an accident during the insurance contract term.
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