40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN FLYING DECEASED
TO ISRAEL AND ABROAD
While you are grieving, we are here to take care of all the details
so that you deal with less bureaucracy and have more peace of mind

Why us?

1

Menucha La’ad was founded over 40 years ago and has much experience in its field.

2

The company provides the services surrounding the deceased professionally and according to an international standard.

3

The company provides many services, among them transporting bodies / the deceased to anywhere in the world, embalmment and cremation.

4

Company representatives have widespread contacts with the various, worldwide airlines as well as with foreign embassies in Israel and representatives at every destination in the world. This makes it possible to bring the deceased to burial swiftly and without delay and this prevents more sorrow from the families of the deceased.

5

The company operates with approval from the health ministry and in accordance with the laws in the different countries and international flight regulations.

About us

Menuha La’ad performs overall treatment of the deceased, whether embalming or preparation for burial, applying all of the knowledge accumulated by the company over 40 years, in treatment of fallen IDF soldiers, victims of terrorism, civil and Jewish burial, and burial in accordance with the customs of other religions. In addition, Menuha La’ad performs embalming of deceased on the required professional level, pursuant to the laws of different countries, and in accordance with international flight regulations.

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Transfer of deceased
from abroad to Israel

Menuha La’ad (“Eternal Rest”) is a company with over 40 years of experience in the transfer of deceased persons from abroad to Israel.
When a relative dies abroad, far from the family, whether Israeli or not, the distance itself constitutes a major problem, resulting in paralysis.  In addition, beyond the event of the death, there is a need to organize the funeral and the actions accompanying it. Who will organize it? How should it be dealt with?

Transfer of deceased
from Israel to abroad

First of all, transfer of deceased persons from Israel abroad begins with receiving the case from the family or its representative, and then dealing with the police/ hospital/ Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Health, or the Abu Kabir Forensic Institute in order to release the deceased for further preparations for transfer abroad.

Exhumation
and return to Israel

Exhuming a deceased person from his grave and transferring him for reburial in Israel. This is usually requested by relatives who have decided to live their lives in Israel and want graves of loved ones secure and accessible in Israel.

 

How it works?

Transfer from abroad to Israel
Receipt of application
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a company representative contacts the grieving family
2
issue of permits
3
receipt of permits from government institutions to release the deceased
4
issue of death certificate
5
contacting the company representative abroad
6
embalmment, preparing the deceased for transportation
7
clearing the deceased through customs and security
8
transporting the casket to the airport and flight to destination
9

Our service is recommended

Articles

Transfer of deceased
The death of a close person is a difficult event mentally, which is immediately followed by technical and bureaucratic matters in order to bring the deceased for burial. The challenge increases when the need arises for the
transfer and flight of the deceased. To assist you in the process, the services of Menucha Laad, which specializes in the transfer and flight of deceased persons from abroad to Israel and from Israel to abroad at your services.
Death certificate from abroad
One of the most difficult moments in a person’s life is the death of a close person. Apart from the great sadness and pain that is felt in this moment, the relatives of the deceased are often forced to deal with a lot of complicated bureaucracy. The matter becomes much more complicated when the person dies abroad, and it is necessary to fly the body to Israel and be in contact with many factors, in order to execute the process.
Steps in flying the deceased
The process of flying the deceased is a complex process, requiring great dedication alongside expertise and professionalism. The process is even more complex when the deceased is a Jew, so according to the Jewish religion it is crucial to bring the deceased for burial as quickly as possible and without any delay. This is the basic principle and guideline in Jewish burial.

FAQ's

  1. Receipt  power of attorney and invitation to fly the deceased.
  2. Receipt information about the transaction and the deceased.
  3. Receipt of the certificate of burial place in Israel.
  4. יContacting the family representative at the place of death.
  5. Issuing a power of attorney to the mission in the transfer of the deceased to Israel.
  6. The care of the deceased will be done according to the will of the family.
  7. Embalming / Purity / Dressing of clothes.
  8. Coordination the date of transfer of the deceased.
  9. Receipt of payment for the flight of the deceased to Israel.
  10. Receipt of the coffin at the airport in Israel, transfer to the place of burial and organization of the funeral and burial.

Overall, in Judaism, it is of the utmost importance to bring the deceased to burial as soon as possible and without delay. That is one of the most basic and important principles of Judaism. Mecha Laad has been operating for over 40 years and has widespread contacts in every country around the world. These connections assist our company in making sure the deceased is transported to Israel as soon as possible and without delay. Of course, the flight duration relies on several factors – the point of departure, issuing of necessary flight documents and the relevant airlines’ schedules. At Menucha Laad, we do everything to provide swift, courteous, devoted and efficient service in order to bring the deceased to burial in Israel without delay.

There are several factors which influence the cost of flying the deceased to a certain destination, such as – the weight of the casket, the flight distance and whether or not it is a non-stop flight. Our company operates efficiently and professionally to ease the burden on the family of the deceased at the most difficult moments and does everything possible to ensure that the cost is reasonable.

Part of the comprehensive service package that Menucha Laad provides, are contacts and representatives in every country, who work directly with embassies abroad in order to obtain all the relevant permits, including a death certificate. One of the main documents necessary in order to transport the deceased to Israel from abroad, is a consular permit relevant to the country in question. In each country the procedure of issuing a consular permit is different. When the deceased reaches Israel, there is no need to issue an Israeli death certificate. In order to carry out transportation and flight of the deceased from abroad to Israel, Hevra Kadisha or any other burial company, must issue a permit of where the deceased will be interred. This permit is issued free of cost to anyone eligible for burial in Israel funded by the National Security Office, or with the acquisition of burial rights to those who don’t have Israeli social security.

Menucha Laad with over 40 years of experience in the field of transporting deceased from many countries in the world among them
United States, Canada, France, England, Germany, Philippines, Thailand, China, India, Australia, Cyprus, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Latvia Belarus, Georgia, Argentina, Brazil, Poland, Netherlands, Norway, Sri Lanka, Moldova Romania Sudan,and other countries. Our company specializes and has experience even in transporting the deceased from destinations without direct access to them.