Thomson Airways have confirmed a flight from Sharm el-Sheikh will arrive in Bristol later today.
Thousands of holiday makers have been stranded at the resort after flights from Sharm el-Sheikh to the UK were initially suspended on Wednesday.
Downing Street revealed an "explosive device" may have caused a Russian plane to crash, killing 224 people on board, after it left Sharm el-Sheikh earlier in the week.
A flight is due to land at Bristol airport around 19:20 this evening (Oct 7).
More than half of people living in the South West will book a last minute bank holiday getaway.
Researchers say that the British tourist industry will see a boost in sales over the next few days, with the weather and the cost of holidays being blamed for not making getaway plans in advance.