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.
The A391 is closed in both directions with slow traffic due to serious accident at Penwithick, involving a motorcycle. It's between Menear Road and the B3374.
The road has now re-opened after the earlier accident.
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).
The A39 is closed in both directions after an accident between A389 / B3314 Gonvena Hill (The Ball Roundabout, Wadebridge) and B3267 (St Teath).
The A3059 is closed after an accident between a bus and a car in Cornwall at St Columb Major near Newquay Airport. It happened near Mole Valley Farmers close to the junction with the A39 at Trekenning Roundabout.
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.
The A38 in Kennford is blocked northbound at Haldon Hill due to an overturned 4x4 and trailer etween Harcombe Road (Haldon Forest) and Racecourse Road (Racecourse junction).
Two people have been seriously injured in a road crash in Axminster.
Bristol Air Ambulance has taken one casualty to Frenchay Hospital.
It happened on the B3261 between the A35 and Axminster, at around 7.45am today.
The road is closed from the off-slip on the A35 and the start of the B3261, to the end of Axminster roundabout near the train station.
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 severe winter storms took their toll on train punctuality including that of CrossCountry last month, according to official figures.
The CrossCountry train company, managed only a punctuality figure of 78.1% in February, compared with 88.8% for February 2013.
First Great Western, affected by the severe damage to the coastal track at Dawlish in Devon, had a trains-on-time figure of only 80.4% last month, compared with 91.8% in February 2013.
Since December staff dealt with more than 500 fallen trees blocking lines, 285 flooded sites and 73 landslips or line washouts.