Chicago’s aviation chief will come under scrutiny Thursday from national lawmakers pledging tougher oversight of the airline industry amid public outrage over passenger service.

The Senate Aviation Subcommittee is expected Thursday to question the commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation, whose officers forcibly removed a passenger from a United Express flight in April. It is the first time Chicago officials have spoken publicly on a national stage since the incident at the city’s O’Hare International Airport,…

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