Faisal Movers To Launch Premium Bus Service for Lahore-Islamabad Route

Faisal Movers, a private bus service, is all set to launch its business-class bus service on the Lahore-Islamabad route. The company faces a lot of competition, since a number of other companies have already launched their private bus services on this route. It is owned by the Khawaja group of companies.

The transport company is hoping to improve its standards of service delivery as well as cater to the increasing demands of passengers along this popular route.

ProPakistani has confirmed with Faisal Movers that the Lahore-Islamabad Route will be priced at Rs. 900.

As of now, the complete specifications of the bus have not been revealed. However, some of the features offered by Faisal Movers include:

  • Comfortable Sofa Seats
  • High Speed Internet Connection
  • Video on Demand System
  • Refreshments
  • Phone Charging Facility

Here are some pictures of their new premium buses:

 

Faisal Movers have been at the receiving end of a lot of criticism due to their poor customer service particularly in regards to its staff’s attitude towards passengers on board. Having stated that, it is hoped that the launch of their new bus might also bring about a change when it comes to customer satisfaction.

History of Faisal Movers

Faisal Movers, an intercity bus service, was incorporated in 1994. The bus service covers major cities such as Lahore, Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Murree and more. The company claims that it is offering its services at lower fares as compared to its competitors.

Here is the company’s history and expansion over the years:

  • 1995: Commenced transportation business.
  • 2003: Express Bus Service started on Sargodha – Multan itinerary.
  • 2004: Multan – Rawalpindi route started in January which was followed by CSD terminal at Multan Cantonment during the month of March.
  • 2005: Computerized Ticketing was launched for passengers.
  • 2006: New destinations D.G Khan and Bahawalpur, were added to served the passengers from Southern Punjab. Inauguration of Murree Terminal.
  • 2007: Online Booking was started to facilitate passengers. Expansion in the fleet by inducting New Daewoo Buses.
  • 2008: Multan – Okara – Lahore route was commenced by inaugurating a new terminal at Okara Cantonment.


  • Usman

    These pics show regular Faisal movers bh120f service from lhe-rwp. The executive service will use yutong buses on lhe-rwp​route with on board entertainment system, luxury seats etc . So in ez words useless article. Your standard is going down day by day.

  • Allan Moris

    These are already running features of buses like faisal movers

  • Asim Ali

    That is a total lie. These are not luxury buses. Their service is pathetic. Worst management and dirty buses. Faisal movers is going down with every passing day. Bilal travels is the new leader.

  • Zafar Abbas Rizvi

    Faisal movers already has this service on Lahore-Faisalabad route.

  • Talal

    I prefer Bilal Travels while traveling from Lahore to Faisalabad and Rawalpindi. Their service is excellent.

  • ahmadnowaz

    The front atheistic of vehicles has be ruined with unnecessary markings.

  • Shahid

    This article seem to be written as a net practice. None of the following five features is available in the service.

    -Comfortable Sofa Seats
    -High Speed Internet Connection
    -Video on Demand System
    -Refreshments
    -Phone Charging Facility

    The cookies box is also not of good quality. You can’t use facebook using WIFI service in the bus.

    UAN no’s are rarely attended especially in the mornings and a mobile no for complaints have been attended as per my experience. On this Sunday 02-Apr-2017 Lahore UAN was not attended through out the day.

    Easy-paisa booking not 100% sure and now limited to Lahore Islamabad only.

    If we have to travel from IBD to Lahore you can never get a phone booking from Peshawar More terminal. Even if you get them on phone they refer to UAN only and refuse to book on phone and ask for buying the ticket in person.

    The FM crew at Peshawar more also behaves very slow and delays the bus at least by 5/10 minutes which is usually already late by 10/15 minutes.