Bristol Airport has recently issued travel advice to passengers using the travel hub, saying that they should make sure that they have sufficient time to check in and pass through security when they arrive at the facility.
At the peak of the holiday season more than 20,000 passengers will travel through the terminal each day.
Many of these may be concerned that they could miss their flight, according to a YouGov poll carried out for the travel hub, which showed that 32 per cent of people questioned were worried about this.
Despite this, more people in the West Midlands (39 per cent) and London (34 per cent) were concerned that they would miss their flight than holidaymakers in the south-west (24 per cent).
Shaun Browne, aviation director at Bristol Airport, said: "By allowing plenty of time for their journey to the airport and arriving at least two hours ahead of the scheduled departure time, passengers can help us keep queues to a minimum."
If passengers arrive at the travel hub with plenty of time to spare they can peruse a variety of shops, such as WHSmith Books, Superdrug and Claire's.