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BOMBARDIER BD-700 Global 7500 (FSR919)

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Taxiing to 22 for departure.
Jan. 2,2021

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Diana Rose
cool livery !
jptq63
Why the port side thrust reverser active?
Gilbert Stroman
That to help slow taxi speed so as not to ride the brakes.
Spencer Hoefer
Just like the CRJ these small jets will probably just keep rolling with the breaks released. At least if they are light.
rwb2112Photo Uploader
The last couple 1000' of taxiway November going to 22 is actually slightly downhill.
jptq63
At Gilbert, Sorry I did not include the part about noticing the other engine did not have the thrust reverser deployed. I.e. was it just a luck to get one side deployed and the other not or is there some reason, such as needing to turn a bit? That is more why I ask. I.e. wonder if your answer is similar in that only one engine needed to slow down and save the brakes. Thanks and again, sorry for the mis-understanding.
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