Chicago's City Council Aviation committee called the meeting, because it employs the three security guards who wrestled and dragged Dao off the United flight. Bumping is more common at large hubs like Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, where Dao was violently removed from flight 3411 by Chicago aviation officers, Lamonaca said.
The passenger dragged from a United Airlines plane in Chicago in an incident that sparked global outrage and turned into a public relations nightmare for the carrier, will likely sue the company, his attorney said on Thursday.
"Chicago employees should not be doing the dirty work for the Friendly Skies airline", he said.
During a press conference on Thursday morning, the attorney told reporters that the City of Chicago bears responsibility as well.
Demetrio said the family plans to file a lawsuit once the lawyer's investigators are completed and hinted that United Airlines may not be the only defendant in the case.
Fuller said a United employee came aboard and said that four people would have to leave the plane.
"We have to figure out, United has to figure out, the airline industry has to figure out what do we do?"
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In an attempt to quell the uproar that has been created over the incident and to fix its tarnished reputations, United Airliens has announced that it would no longer ask police to remove passengers from its over-booked flights and would compensate customers who were on the flight from which the man was removed. "Is that really the way we went to treat the aged disembarking that plane?"
Munoz told ABC that the escalation of the Sunday incident was due in part to the fact that "we have not provided our frontline supervisors and managers and individuals with the proper procedures that would allow them to use their common sense", something he said he believes the airline can fix.
Mr Munoz initially sparked controversy when he apologised for the incident but accused Dr Dao of being belligerent, but later said: "No one should ever be mistreated this way".
"We were completely horrified and shocked at what had happened to my father", she said.
United Chief Executive Oscar Munoz is under pressure to contain a torrent of bad publicity and calls for boycotts against United, including in China, where people have been angered because Dao was an Asian-American passenger. Four of their five children also are physicians, Demetrio said. He says it got his nail mostly but he quickly dropped it on the floor.
The attorney was unable to say precisely how Dao was injured. But it confirmed airlines can legally bump passengers from an oversold flight if there are not enough volunteers.
John Slater, a United vice president, said that bumping passengers to accommodate airline employees happens infrequently, and that federal guidelines requiring rest for crew members made it necessary for the employees to take the Sunday flight to Louisville.