Lionel Messi is probably the best footballer of all time. He is also one of the richest footballers of all time. The phrase "nobody is above the law" refers to everyone in every country. In your opinion, does Messi control the power of the airlines in Spain?
Over the past decade, football fans and citizens of Spain have failed to understand why planes are not allowed to fly over Messi's home in Gava.
In Messi in Belemar, airplanes are prohibited because they are native wildlife and can be disturbed by the sound of planes trying to fly. Messi's $ 7 million home in Belemar also benefits from the law, but Messi has nothing to do with the law because he doesn't own a government or an airport.
PrPresident Vueling revealed one of the interesting facts about Leo Messi's house in Gava at a conference in 2018.
When asked about a possible extension of the El Prat runway, he said the no-fly zone in the area where Messi lives is significantly limiting.
"You can't go to where Messi lives, that doesn't happen anywhere in the world," said Javier Sanchez-Prieto.
However, the ban has nothing to do with Messi's presence there, it's just that the Gava region has environmental restrictions that prohibit planes from crossing the airspace.
The noise problem caused by airplanes by forcing them to pass the sea, avoiding the Gava crossing, while limiting the use of the third runway at El Prat, a fact that has been mooted in search of alternative solutions
So far, this runway has only been used for takeoff, as landing is the maneuver that most hurts the residents of Gava Mar, those between the coasts of Viladecans and Castelldefels and those in one of the city centers most affected by the problem.
Messi may not have much power to control the plane in Gava, but he does have enough power to buy peace and quiet. Ivan Rakitic has publicly announced that when Messi bought his house, his neighbors always made such a fuss that Messi had to buy their house, which cost him over $ 1.2 million. Peace can be said to be impossible to buy, but remember that we are talking about Lionel Messi.
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