Strike of Meteorological Service Halts Flights

Meteorological Services dispenses up to date information for air traffic control to relay the information to pilots for weather and other factors in regard to their flight plans. Today, these services stopped in 14 of the States of Honduras at 1:00 pm, for four hours. They claim the strike will be indefinite. In response, TACA airlines has announced that they have suspended all flights to and from Honduras for the duration of the strike.

16 Responses to "Strike of Meteorological Service Halts Flights"

  1. Susan  August 11, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    Meg & everyone else the thinks Mel is so innocent —– read Article 239 in your constitution , Mel was automatically REMOVED from power due to his referendum stunts he was trying to pull. He is a thief & does not care about his people , it’s all about greed, more power just like his buddy Chavez —-if you want to live like that then go to Venezuala, Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaraugra and see how you like it. You will not enjoy living under a Dictator.

  2. meg  August 9, 2009 at 7:32 pm

    For your information I read my constitution and the constitution says that a man is innocent until proving guilty. All of you have accused, judge and condent Zelaya without a trial, that show the level of inteligent that each one of you have. I am not defending anybody I am trying to educate you.

  3. meg  August 8, 2009 at 6:17 pm

    How is everybody doing in Lalaland?

    Aparently, Juan Mendoza is the only one with a brain in this bunch.

  4. meg  August 8, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    Tony, Tony, Tony. Are you o’k man?

  5. tony  August 8, 2009 at 1:02 pm

    meg; when i read your dum comments i know you used your ”brain” to make up your mind and now these people and now these people are trying to confuse you with the facts …stick with your believe …..we need need some body like you on here……..thank you…..

  6. Kristie  August 7, 2009 at 6:28 pm

    According to your constitution, who should have taken the president’s seat after he broke the law? I’m with Free Honduras. Read your constitution, Meg.

  7. mary lou  August 7, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    Meg No impeachment in the Contitution!! They did him a favor by giving him a chance to leave the country instead of going to prison. He should be thanking them instead of trying to get his beloved people to protest knowing that they will only do themselves more harm and agony. He cares nothing about his people or he would hang his head in shame and stay away!! Let his people go back to a peaceful life without dictatorship goverment. You can not believe in all honesty that he cares or he would not allow his people to be subjected to all of this commotion he is causing. He wants more money and more power just like Chavez and Castro and he wants the poor people of Honduras to take the fall for his crimes. If he has done nothing wrong why does he want amnisty? I’m from the US and i think our goverment is ashamed of what they have proposed but won’t admit it. They made a mistake and now they have to stick with it to save face. Wake up girl No impeachment in the Constitution. Does the Constitution say a President can commit crimes (and posibly drug dealing) and because the people voted for him he still gets to be President? If that is the case we should all move to Honduras and run for President.

  8. Free Honduras  August 7, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    Zelay may have been elected, but that does not mean that he is above the law. Read your Constitution Meg.

  9. meg  August 7, 2009 at 2:52 pm

    Free Honduras, looks like you and some of your entrie palls are alone. Can you see how all Honduras is getting together to get Zelaya Back?

    I am very proud of the Taxi companies, the Teachers, the Unions of Honduras and the health workers for expresing their oppinion by striking. This is a proud moment for me. I am proud to be part of a country that stands for liberty and democracy for all, not only the rich, like the Michelletti bunch. The people is voicing their rights. Viva the people of Honduras! Viva my Pais! Viva Honduras!

  10. Eman  August 7, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    TACA has not announced any cancelations of flights.

  11. meg  August 7, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Juan Mendoza is right, you are wrong, Free Honduras, A president is elected by the people in a democratic society. Zelaya was elected by the people, Michelletti took the power by force, so, who do you think is the criminal. A coup is illigal in a sibilize and democratic society. If Zelaya was a criminal, why the court and the congress use the army to remove him in his jams in the middle of the night, insted of inpeach him and put him to trial? I am not protecting anybody I am stating the facts, maybe you need to get new sources and get your facts straight.
    Botton line, a democratic society remove a president by vote or impeachment.

  12. meg  August 7, 2009 at 1:08 pm

    Free Honduras, your title is right in the mark, Free Honduras from Michelletti and the bunch of criminals who support him in braking the law.
    Free Honduras, maybe you need to go there and see for youself how thing are going before you give your oppinion.

  13. Nathalia  August 7, 2009 at 9:45 am

    If Micheletti and the “government elite” is corrupt, although the people will suffer economically from the strike, it will hurt them too

    But watch out! If the strike intensifies, it could cause Micheletti and his lobbyists behind him to ” grab up the monies and wealth of Honduras” for Costa Rica or some spot in the United States. How much they get away with, could be a serious economic repercussions for Honduras

    It is a sticky situation for the “poor man” in Honduras, because let’s say Micheletti and team run out of town, and the “corrupt Zelaya” takes his place, what will ensure that the “poor” receives sufficient wealth to survive?

  14. Free Honduras  August 7, 2009 at 9:45 am

    You couldn’t be more wrong Juan.

  15. Juan Mendoza  August 7, 2009 at 8:10 am

    Teachers are striking too. Micheletti regime has screwed up. They’re in big trouble. If Zelaya was really a criminal, they would have treated him like one. Instead they are the ones who broke the law with the coup, and now with all the repression and lies.

    They better give the keys back to President Zelaya now.

    Let’s find a nice prison where they can live the rest of their days repenting.

  16. Free Honduras  August 7, 2009 at 6:50 am

    What a bunch of irresponsible jerks!

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