Zagreb Airport to offer baggage storage service


Zagreb Airport plans to offer passengers the opportunity to store their luggage later this year after signing an agreement with Italy’s TraWell Co, a leading global provider of protection services, baggage storage, products, and ancillary services. Its subsidiary Care4Bag has secured a six plus one-year contract with Zagreb Airport. In a statement to EX-YU Aviation News, TraWell Co said it will initially offer baggage protection services, sale of travel accessories and a baggage scale service at Zagreb Airport starting this quarter. “We plan to introduce the baggage storage service later during 2023”, it added. Care4Bag already operates at Athens Airport and has recently secured deals with Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, and Prague airports.


  1. Anonymous10:46

    Good news about the storage facility!

  2. Anonymous10:49

    Every airport in the world should have this.

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    3. Anonymous19:02


      So that the transiting passengers can leave their luggage at the airport, and go for a tour in the city. I do it myself any time I can, because it is a cheap way of visiting new places. I never understood how ZAG and BEG didn't realise the potential of transiting passengers for the city. Which they obviously didn't, because none of them (until ZAG now) had baggage storage, which per default discourages the passenger form taking to the city and spending some money - on top of the money they payed for the storage.

  3. Anonymous10:59

    Good to hear. Really needed this last time I was in Zagreb

  4. Anonymous11:03

    About bloody time. These things are easy to set up and cost next to nothing.

  5. Anonymous11:10

    I can't believe no ex-yu airport has this yet. Good for ZAG.

  6. Anonymous11:15

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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