FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi lives in a remarkably serene territory of Barcelona, partly because of the fact that planes aren’t permitted to fly over it.
The 30-year old, lives in a multi-million chateau in the luxurious Castelldefels suburb of Bellamar, a little more than six miles from the air terminal. But the airline owners seem convinced Messi’s influences implies airports bosses can’t proceed with their plans.
In a recent interview at Barcelona’s ESADE University, Vueling boss Javier Sanchez-Prieto uncovered the mystery behind one of the curiosities surrounding the Argentine’s house in Gavà and expressed his frustration, saying:
This doesn’t happen anywhere else in the world.’
Airport bosses at El Prat are desperate to expand to get more flights in and out of the Catalan city.
At the point when asked about the conceivable outcomes of widening the runways of El Prat air terminal, Vueling said the prohibition on flying in the zone where the Argentine lives restrict their alternatives.
“You can’t fly over where Messi lives, it’s the only place in the world where it like this,” Javier Sánchez-Prieto clarified.
However, this has nothing to do with Messi’s living in the area, this zone of Gavà has ecological laws that don’t permit flight runways to pass through the airspace.
The sound produced by the planes exasperates wildlife and means they need to take a bypass through the ocean – the planes subsequently stay away from this zone of Gavà. This sadly additionally constrains the utilization of the third runway at El Prat, an issue that has caused much open deliberation.
Messi lives with his pregnant spouse Antonella Roccuzzo and their two children. Their Castelldefels home gloats dazzling view of the Mediterranean, a football pitch and swimming pool.
Luxurious homes in his neighbourhood usually sell for around £4.5million and the tranquil area is likewise home to Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho.
Right now, this runway is utilized for take-off, since landing makes a more sound disturbance for the inhabitant of Gavà Mar, Viladecans and Castelldefels shorelines, and the surrounding urban regions.