CHICAGO — Attorneys for Chicago and O’Hare International Airport’s two largest carriers will return to court next month as a standoff over the final phase of an $8 billion expansion plan continues.

Airline executives were set to meet Illinois’ U.S. senators later this week to try and broker a deal. Meanwhile, the city remains on course to sell $1.1 billion of airport bonds next week. The debt would provide funds to finance the completion of what’s called the O’Hare Modernization Program.

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