Aside from the Kaaba, planes are also banned from flying over Messi’s house

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Besides the Kaaba, there are many other places in the world where airplanes are prohibited from flying. One of them is above the house of the Argentine star, Lionel Messi.

In the aviation world, there is a term no-fly zone, i.e. no-go zones where aircraft cannot pass over a certain number of places. The Kaaba in Mecca is one of them.

But did you know that in addition to the Kaaba, planes are also prohibited from flying over the home of the Argentine soccer megastar, Lionel Messi.

Planes cannot fly over the homes of football stars Lionel Messi which is located in Gava, a small town on the outskirts of Barcelona. Apparently, there are environmental regulations that prohibit airplanes from flying over this area.

As mentioned by The Standard, Gava is located approximately 10km from El Prat Airport, the main airport in Barcelona. Due to environmental regulations, Barcelona airport cannot be expanded either.

Except home Lionel Messi, planes were also banned from flying over the British Prime Minister’s residential area. Planes cannot fly there under the pretext of protecting the country’s political elite.

For the same reason, a similar ban has been imposed on top of the Parliament building, the Queen’s residence at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.

Another house that is also illegal to fly to is the home of the first US president George Washington. Planes are prohibited from flying below 1,500 feet above first US President George Washington’s wooden home in the Mount Vernoon area.

The ban was enacted to protect the house, established around 1758-1778, from damage from aircraft vibrations. For similar reasons, aerial photography is also rarely permitted for this US National Historic Site.

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