The bodies of Britons killed in the Tunisia beach massacre will arrive back in the UK on board RAF C17 transport plane.
An RAF plane carrying some of the deceased will land at Brize Norton after the Tunisian authorities released the bodies.
The repatriation process is expected to take several days reports Sky News.
It is thought 30 British holidaymakers were among the 38 shot dead by Seifeddine Rezgui at the beach resort of Sousse.
A team of British police officers is in Tunisia to help with repatriation.
They have begun examining the bodies of the British victims at a morgue in the capital Tunis.
All of the Britons wounded in the attack are now back in the country.
Four severely injured holidaymakers were flown home in an RAF C17 transport plane.