Why Planes are Not Allowed to Fly Over Lionel Messi's House?
Air Planes are Absolutely Banned From Flying over Messi's House.Luxurious Cars, Private Jets, Costly Clothes, your own personal No-Fly Zone around your house $7 Million mansions. That might not be the case for all popular people, but it's for Argentinian Football Star Lionel Messi.
Can Planes Fly over Lionel Messi's House?The 32-year-old's ECO-Friendly home is in Gava, A-town that's about 6 miles from Barcelona's main airport EL Prat. And get this: Messi's estate is preventing the airport from expanding. Add to that the whole "Planes are absolutely forbidden from flying over it' thing, and it seems like the Messi is causing a lot of inconveniences.
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Now, before you assume it's all about power, fame, and the influence a big bank account will get, the flight restriction has nothing to do with Messi at all.
No, it all comes down to Spanish law. The forward for FC Barcelona live in an area that is highly protected bt environmental laws. His home happens to be within the perimeter, and one of those guidelines include noise levels.
The airspace is restricted because the sheer volume of aircraft would interfere with the natural wildlife in the area. Tha's why EL airport isn't allowed to add a new runway near Gava. The law also states that planes must immediately fly towards the sea when leaving the airport that would be south if you are taking off from EL Prat. By law, they can's fly along the coast.
Lucky for Messi and his Family, Gava is due west of the airport if you go along the Coast. So, it's more so due to luck and legal stuff that Messi is well Protected from an airline getting too close to his property.
Some Other No-Fly Zone area.
- Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern Minnesota
- Windsor Castle, UK
- Machu Pichhu
>> The forward for FC Barcelona live in an area that is highly protected by environmental laws. Messi's home happens to be within the perimeter and one of those guidelines includes noise levels.
>> The airspace is restricted because the sheer volume of aircraft would interfere with natural wildlife in the area.