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Pobeda 737-800 VQ-BTG (41992/4908) at Salzburg 5/1/2019

Pobeda is a Russian airline that operates 24 737-800s. The aircraft is owned by a leasing company and has also been operated by Dobrolet and Orenair, also of Russia.

The aircraft was taking off from Salzburg in a strong crosswind and you can see the start of a RH wing drop just after unstick.

Like most Russian airlines Pobedas aircraft are all registered in Bermuda to avoid large import taxes. 78% of the Western-built aircraft operating in Russia are registered in Bermuda and 3.5% are registered in Ireland.

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