EasyJet's management appears to have resolved differences on its expansion plans with the carrier's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou.
Haji-Ioannou had publicly expressed concerns about the pace of expansion at the airline, clashing with the board over capacity plans.
But a spokesman for Haji-Ioannou says: "He seems comfortable with where EasyJet is now - there doesn't seem to be the same level of dispute that there was before."
EasyJet is expected to provide a trading update this week.
In May, when EasyJet was scheduled receive 91 aircraft through to 2013, Haji-Ioannou restated his concerns about capacity and its potential impact on profitability.
But media reports today indicate that EasyJet will expand its fleet by less than 10% annually. The spokesman declines to comment.