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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After the pilots returned from the flight, Asiana Airlines instantly called them in together with their co-pilots to take down their statements and check if their disagreement had violated safety regulations.
Before take-off, Criss' co-pilots observed that he was having difficulty writing down the air traffic control clearance.
It also said he vowed to brief his co-pilots "about the possibility of a similar event" in future.
Venugopal informed the Lok Sabha today that the number of foreign pilots is on the decrease in the recent years as more and more co-pilots are upgraded to commanders .
Islamabad, Jumada II 26, 1433, May 17, 2012, SPA -- Two training aircraft belonging to the Pakistan Air Force collided in midair Thursday, killing two pilots and two co-pilots, dpa quoted military and police officials as sayinig.
In the preceding year co-pilots had to step in 39 times for a wide variety of reasons, including food poisoning, nausea and fainting.
It usually takes 10 years or so for co-pilots to be promoted to captain.
ADPnews) - Apr 7, 2010 - There will be no lay-offs of co-pilots at Tyrolean Airways, part of Austrian Airlines (WBAG:AUA), after trade union Vida agreed to a part-time and short-time work plan.
Pilot and co-pilots, if you don't want to sweat the small stuff in the desert, then check the small stuff, like filters.
The finding has resulted in American Airlines changing its procedures to require pilots and co-pilots to acknowledge that the spoiler switch has been set.
Branson returned to Britain on Thursday with co-pilots Per Lindstrand and Alex Ritchie, who crawled outside the capsule to free a heavy fuel tank.
Second Chief Pilot Francisco Cancherini and co-pilots Eduardo Alcaraz and Alex Carvalho completed the crew.