Passengers travelling to remembrance services can get free bus travel on Sunday.
First Aberdeen is offering a free single journey to any Armed Forces servicemen and women, veterans and customers wearing poppies.
The firm’s bosses said it was a gesture to honour the fallen and surviving veterans of conflict and Legion Scotland representatives said they hoped it would encourage more people to attend services.
Legion Scotland chief executive officer Kevin Gray said: “Hundreds of well-wishers from all over the region will be in Aberdeen on Sunday for one of many remembrance services, so it is fantastic that First Aberdeen have made the offer of free travel.
“It is very much appreciated and may swell the support for Remembrance Sunday even further – and that is wonderful news on this most poignant of occasions.”
A ceremony is set to be held on Schoolhill at 10.50am on Sunday. Lord Provost Barney Crockett will lead the laying of wreaths at the memorial, with a church service held at the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting afterwards.