Cross Country trains have announced that following talks with union reps the planned strike for over Christmas looks set to be called off.
The company connects the Midlands with cities as far away as Penzance and Aberdeen and many towns and cities in between.
The final confirmation will come from RMTs executive committee. Cross Country's MD Andy Cooper said:
"Following the talks today we have reached an agreement with the RMT regional officer regarding the issues they raised."
Bosses from Cross Country Trains are in talks with Unions about proposed strike action which could cause major travel problems for people travelling this weekend. Staff are threatening to walk out for 24 hours on Friday.
Train passengers give their reaction to the possible disruption over Christmas.