The Real Reasons Why Plane Can Not Fly Over Lionel Messi's House
LIONEL MESSI (Argentina) is one of the few people on this planet who has been granted the distinction of living in a home that is not subjected to the noise of planes flying overhead. Many people find it incredible and unbelievable, and some even believe it has anything to do with his personality. Some people believed that such privileges were granted to him as a result of his social standing, but this is not entirely correct.
Argentine footballer Lionel Messi lives in a region where there is an environmental limitation that prevents planes from passing over their airspace. Gava is the name of the place where you are.
According to reliable sources, the area of Gava is governed by a tight legislation that prohibits aircraft from travelling through the airspace over the area. It is said that the noise generated by the flights upsets the animals in Gava, which necessitates the planes making a turn over the sea in order to avoid flying over the Gava airspace and landing. Lionel Messi is extremely fortunate to be able to live in such an atmosphere.
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