The bipartisan group of senators seeking answers after a passenger was forcibly dragged from a United Airlines flight now say the airline is dragging its feet.
The CEO of United Airlines is scheduled to visit China to fix the damage to its company's image in the country following a recent scandal in which an Asian-origin male passenger was hauled off one if its planes.
"Let me say it was a disgrace".
Clark said he would have gone further had he been in charge.
"We don't go about our business in that way".
United said Munoz initiated the change to his contract that granted him the chairmanship in 2018.
In United's first-quarter earnings call this week, company executives again apologized to Dao and United customers.
One thing Trump could do to improve his standing, according to the PPP numbers, is fire Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.
The flight was already full when four airline crew members showed up after passengers had boarded and requested seats so they could commute to their next flight out of Louisville, Kentucky. Hours later he told employees that Dao had been "disruptive and belligerent", based on early reports.
Emirates and its smaller Gulf rivals have faced stiff resistance from big USA airlines and their labor unions, who accuse the Mideast carriers of being unfairly subsidized by their governments.
Emirates on Wednesday said it was slashing 25 of the 126 weekly flights it operates into the USA from Dubai starting in May.
Since 2015, American, Delta, and United (the US3) have been complaining about competition from three huge and fast-growing Middle East-based rivals - Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar Airways (the ME3).
Emirates and its Gulf rivals have faced stiff resistance from big U.S. airlines and their labour unions, who accuse the Middle East-based carriers of being unfairly subsidised by their governments.