More than 70,000 passengers are expected through Bristol Airport this bank holiday weekend. An Airport spokesman says numbers are on the increase since it added new destinations including Bologna and Shannon.
Meanwhile the great Easter getaway will mean busy roads, especially on the region's motorways. The road and rail networks are likely to be extremely busy too so do make extra time for your journeys.
Two lanes are closed and there's very slow traffic due to an accident, involving two vehicles on M5 Southbound between J21 A370 / B3440 (Weston-super-mare) and J22 A38 / B3140 (Burnham-on-sea).
An investigation is underway at a maintenance depot in Bristol after a minor derailment of a CrossCountry train.
No passengers were on board, however the incident has led to some disruption, with some services delayed or cancelled at short notice.
Normal service is expected to resume from 1400.
A double decker bus has hit a railway bridge in Cheltenham. It happened on Hyde Lane between Wymans Lane and the Newlands Crossroads. Police are advising motorists to avoid the area as Hyde Lane is blocked in both directions with queuing traffic.
The A4135 in Gloucestershire is closed in both directions due to accident investigation work between A46 (Colcot Cross) and B4058 (Kingscote).
One lane is closed due to a serious accident on the M5 Northbound between A4 Portway / B4054 Avonmouth Road (Portway Roundabout) and M49.
The A38 is closed in both directions due to accident, involving two vehicles between A4019 (Swan Inn Traffic Lights, Coombe Hill) and Down Hatherley Lane (Down Hatherley).
Flooding is continuing to cause disruption to train services:
A replacement bus service is running between Taunton and Bristol Temple Meads.
There's also a bus service between Taunton and Castle Cary, and Taunton and Bridgwater.
There is queueing traffic and one lane closed due to an accident involving a car and a van on the M5 Northbound between J23 A39 (Bridgwater North) and J22 A38 / B3140 (Burnham-on-sea).
There is disruption on CrossCountry trains between Cheltenham Spa and Bristol Parkway because of a derailed train.
Their services are being diverted via Gloucester station causing longer journey times, and there's no estimate for when the line may reopen.
This will also affect First Great Western services.