co-pilot co-pilot

Definition(s):

  • (n) a relief pilot on an airplane

News

  1. PG&E Mobile Technology Initiative Provides Crews With Remote Access To Digital Maps Of Gas Pipelines

    SAN FRANCISCO, June 11, 2013   /PRNewswire/ -- Riding co-pilot with Pacific Gas and Electric Company's (PG&E) gas construction crews this summer will be 400 of the latest ruggedized laptops that provide ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Would you feel safe in a commercial plane with only one pilot?

    Yes. I'm not sure a co-pilot is needed. 0 0% Welcome to the discussion.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: St. Joseph News-Press

  3. Prince Harry performs death-defying stunts in his Apache helicopter

    Prince Harry wowed crowds with death-defying stunts in his first ever hair-raising Apache attack helicopter display. Captain Wales was co-pilot as the deadly machine twisted virtually onto its back to the awe of crowds at the RAF Cosford Air Show, in Shropshire. Star-struck spectators had no idea the Soldier Prince...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: New York Post

Quotes

  1. ...SpaceShipTwo will be flown by a crew of two with passengers in seats behind them, Xcor chief test pilot Rick Searfoss, a former space shuttle commander, emphasized that the passenger on each Lynx flight will ride "in the co-pilot position...
    on Aug 26, 2007 By: Rick Searfoss Source: KSTP.com

  2. "Mind you, it may not be so good for your liver, because we loaded two 24 packs of beer onto the private jet from Memphis and downed the lot in just over three hours. There were eight of us on the flight, but that includes the pilot and co-pilot and...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Lee Westwood Source: Oneindia

  3. "It's not just about him. It's about the pilot, the co-pilot and everyone else in the building to think about," Acta said.
    on Oct 11, 2006 By: Manny Acta Source: ESPN

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