Islamabad: According to press reports, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan has announced the inauguration of an air-conditioned and cost-effective shuttle service from Rawalpindi to Islamabad International Airport (IIA). With construction on the project beginning in two months, the claimed shuttle service will be operating. The buses will run 24 hours a day, but the fares have yet to be determined.

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Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) is said to be making the necessary arrangements and funding the shuttle service that will run from Rawat and Gulzar-e-Quaid to Islamabad International Airport (IIA). Two commercial bus firms have expressed interest in operating the buses in addition to the government-owned and operated buses.

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The shuttle service will depart from Rawat and travel through Sawan Camp, Kutcheri, Mall Road, and Peshawar Road, according to the route specifications, while the second route will depart from Gulzar Chowk and travel through Chaklala Aiport (Old Benazir Airport). Passengers from Islamabad will board a bus that will transport them directly to the IIA from the Secretariat.

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