The assemblage of footballer Emiliano Sala has touched base back in his nation of origin of Argentina in front of his burial service on Saturday.
It touched base in Buenos Aires on Friday evening and will be driven 334 miles (538km) to the place where he grew up of Progreso in the Santa Fe territory.
Sala, 28, kicked the bucket after the plane he was flying in smashed over the English Channel on 21 January.
His body was found in the destruction two weeks after the fact.
A vigil is arranged at the exercise room alongside Sala’s childhood club, San Martin de Progreso, on Friday evening.
The burial service will begin at 10:00 GMT (07:00 nearby time) away from plain view at the club.
Sala’s body will at that point be taken 44 miles (71km) to Santa Fe, where it will be incinerated at about 15:30.
Cardiff City director Neil Warnock and CEO Ken Choo will be among those going to the function.
The city hall leader of Progreso affirmed Sala’s family had landed in the town on Wednesday in front of the burial service.
Sala marked for Cardiff City from Nantes in a record £15m exchange.
He had come back to the French city to bid a fond farewell to his previous colleagues when the single-motor Piper Malibu plane he and pilot David Ibbotson were going in disappeared from the radar.
The official pursuit was canceled three days after the plane disappeared, however a secretly supported inquiry found the plane on 3 February.
A body was recuperated from the destruction and taken to Dorset three days after the fact, where it was distinguished as Sala’s.
Sala kicked the bucket of “head and trunk wounds,” an examination heard on Monday.
Mr Ibbotson’s body is as yet absent and an online pledge drive by his family to look for him has come to £242,000.