United Airlines sparked worldwide outrage when a viral video showed a passenger being violently removed from a flight.
United had selected Dao and three other passengers at random for removal from the plane after unsuccessfully offering $800 in travel vouchers and a hotel stay to customers willing to give up their seats.
Two additional Chicago Dept of Aviation officers have been placed on leave.
The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) continues reviewing the details surrounding the incident.
"I'm not looking for a telephone conversation with Mr. Munoz", he said.
Christie's state has a special interest in United's practices because he said the airline controls 70% of the flights at Newark Liberty International Airport. The airline released at THIRD statement on Tuesday taking full responsibility for the incident.
By Tuesday afternoon, nearly two days after the Sunday evening events in Chicago, Mr Munoz issued another apology. "My initial words fell short of truly expressing what we were feeling, and that's something that I've learned from", Munoz told Jarvis.
The man managed to get back on the flight after that, Bridges said.
Munoz called the incident a "system failure" and said United would reassess its procedures for seeking volunteers to give up their seats when a flight is full. "No one should be treated that way".
He says it's far too profitable to ban it outright, saying that would go too far.
Demetrio said his client accepts the apology.
Dao's relatives are focused only on his medical care, attorney Stephen L. Golan said. The Duerson family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the National Football League in 2012, which became part of a class-action case that resulted in a $1 billion settlement. He said Dao was not in the wrong.
Alderman Mike Zalewski said he did not know who will represent the airline before the Aviation Committee, but Munoz has been notified of the hearing scheduled for Thursday. "And you saw us at a bad moment". Dao didn't remember exactly what occurred because of the concussion he suffered, Demetrio said. "To remove a booked, paid, seated passenger".
When Dao is informed that he will be dragged off the flight, he threatens to sue United Airlines.
"Obviously the damage to their reputation is done", said Eastwood, of Barrington.
Banning overbooking would reduce load factor, and airlines would try to compensate, said Philip Baggaley, senior airlines credit analyst for Standard & Poor's.
Videos of Mr Dao's treatment caused millions of dollars to be wiped off the value of the United's parent company United Continental Holdings and social media users from around the world called for a boycott of the airline.
Officers with the Los Angeles Airport Police do not get involved in civil matters such as business disputes between airlines and passengers. He said they had to "re-accommodate" Dao.
"It was a pretty rough way to handle somebody". The attorneys also want United's protocol for removing passengers from commercial aircraft.
United spokeswoman Erin Benson said four crew members needed seats on the plane so they could catch another flight in Louisville.
More than 90 percent of passengers bumped from a flight on a major U.S. airline previous year volunteered, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
More than 90 percent of passengers bumped from a flight on a major U.S. airline a year ago volunteered, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. United was trying to find seats for four employees, meaning four passengers had to deplane. "He could not solve this issue the way the airline could".
United is now reviewing its policies for handling "oversold situations". "I don't think we should eliminate overbooking".