The parents of Harry Dunn have reached a “resolution” with the teenager’s alleged killer in a civil claim for damages in the US.
The Dunn family’s spokesman Radd Seiger said an agreement had been “reached successfully between the parties and they can put this part of the campaign behind them”.
It comes more than two years after 19-year-old Harry’s death outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.
US suspect Anne Sacoolas was charged with causing his death by dangerous driving, and was due to give evidence under oath last month as part of the damages claim until a last minute postponement.
This civil claim is separate from the criminal case, which is still pending.