co-pilot


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Noun1.co-pilot - a relief pilot on an airplaneco-pilot - a relief pilot on an airplane  
crew - the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.)
airplane pilot, pilot - someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight
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co-pilot

[ˈkəʊˈpaɪlət] Ncopiloto mf

co-pilot

nKopilot(in) m(f)

co-pilot

[ˈkəʊˈpaɪlət] nsecondo pilota m/f, copilota m/f
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Six hours after the plane took off, the two crews were preparing for a changeover and the primary captain had his co-pilot brief the relief captain on the status of the aircraft and the flight.
The in-house developed Volvo Co-Pilot is designed for use on diverse machines, from excavators to pavers.
Alejandro Cruz Alava, the plane's co-pilot Image Credit: Supplied Javi Curbelo Image Credit: Facebook Natalie Long, tabloid
I can guide the aircraft there blindfolded," co-pilot said.
The CO-PILOT project aims to develop an open access infrastructure for SMEs interested in the production of high quality (multi-)functional nanocomposites on a pilot scale.
In the fatal crash on March 24, co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, 27, had selected just 100ft (30m) as the altitude after the captain left the cockpit of the Airbus A320, the report by French air accident bureau BEA said.
In the fatal crash on March 24, co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, pictured, 27, had selected just 100ft (30m) as the altitude after the captain left the cockpit of the Airbus A320, the report by French air accident bureau BEA said.
Among them were Captain Dave Surtees, who will be one of William's commanders, and new recruit, co-pilot Jennifer Stevenson, who is undergoing the same onthe-job training that the Duke will complete.
The accident is said to have occurred after the co-pilot who caused the crash broke up with his girlfriend.
French accident investigators said on Friday a second 'black box' recovered from the Germanwings crash site indicated that the co-pilot deliberately crashed the airplane, reports Reuters.
PARIS, April 3 (KUNA) -- Data obtained for the second black box, or flight recorder, from the fatal "Germanwings" A320 which crashed in the French Alps 10 days ago confirms that the young co-pilot deliberately ran the plane into a mountain in an almost certain suicide, media reports said.
THE French Alps plane disaster took a dramatic turn yesterday after black box recordings pointed to the co-pilot deliberately crashing the Airbus A320 into the mountains.