Spirit, American Airlines Cancel and Delay Flights a Third Day

Spirit Airlines Inc. canceled over half its flights Tuesday as the airline continues to grapple with an operational meltdown that has thrown its operation into disarray for three consecutive days. Spirit canceled 373 flights, or 54% of its schedule Tuesday, after canceling

Investors Bet Price Pressures Will Ease

Investors are betting the inflationary streak that has sent prices of everything from used cars to lumber soaring will fade in the coming years, a reassuring sign for markets struggling to find direction. Few issues have vexed money managers more this year

The Ever Given, Fresh From Suez, Becomes a Tourist Attraction

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands—The Ever Given, the 1,300-foot container ship that became an internet meme after getting stuck in the Suez Canal, is now facing a new type of celebrity: tourist destination. The ship tied up at a Rotterdam container terminal early Thursday, pulling

Ever Given, the Ship That Blocked the Suez, Makes It to Port

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands—The Ever Given, the container ship that blocked the Suez Canal for days and disrupted global shipping for weeks after, pulled into port in the Netherlands early Thursday—ending a three-month saga that included a still-mysterious grounding, months of negotiations over compensation

England to Open Up to Vaccinated American Travelers

LONDON—England is open to American visitors again. The government said it would allow U.S. citizens, and those from most of the European Union, to enter England without quarantine requirements from Monday if they can demonstrate proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19,

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