US and international carriers coping with near-record fuel prices were hit hard by Hurricane Wilma, which barreled ashore in southern Florida on Monday after devastating Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and stranding thousands of vacationers in Cancun and other resort areas over the weekend. According to some estimates, more than 2,000 flights to and from southern Florida were canceled and both Miami International and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airports were shut down for much of ...

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