CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor Richard Daley will meet with executives at American Airlines and United Airlines Thursday as a legal standoff over $3.36 billion worth of expansion projects at O’Hare International Airport drags on.

The dispute over whether the city can proceed with its financing plans for the projects without airline approval forced officials  to put off a $1.1 billion sale of bonds secured by passenger facility charges and federal grants.

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