aviator

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aviator

Old-fashioned the pilot of an aeroplane or airship; flyer

aviator

One whose profession is that of flying heavier-than-air aircraft; a pilot of such an aircraft.
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This aircraft pilot has made a 90[degrees] turn and flown to ground object G.
A teenager is celebrating after becoming one of the youngest people in the country to gain his glider pilot and aircraft pilot licences.
He enjoyed reading, sailing, and was an aircraft pilot and ham radio operator.
Rivas wants to become a charter aircraft pilot someday and already has soloed in a single-engine plane on her way to getting her private pilot's license.
During an episode, a pilot is unable to perform aerobatic maneuvers but is able to control the aircraft without assistance (one exception occurred when ground-radioed assistance became necessary to assist a single-seat aircraft pilot maintain control and land).
In addition to the receipt of the CS300 aircraft type validation awarded by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the first set of six pilots from airBaltic have completed their C Series aircraft pilot initial type rating course, and route-proving exercises with the CS300 aircraft in Europe have been successfully conducted.
OLD light aircraft pilot almost paid the ultimate price for wanting to spend a penny.
Officers on the ground arrested a 17-year-old male, from Hartlepool, on suspicion of using a light in such a way that it would dazzle or distract an aircraft pilot.
The body of the light aircraft pilot was recovered on Sunday night, while the bodies of the other four were removed from the wreckage last night.
They will have to find out whether the light aircraft pilot disobeyed instructions, was given the wrong clearance, or mistakenly did the wrong thing in crossing the active runway.
But light aircraft pilot Gray, who is taking the Transport Security Administration (TSA) to court, claimed bungling security chiefs have mixed him up with a Hispanic man.
A LIGHT aircraft pilot escaped with "not a mark on him" after making an emergency landing on a main road in Warwickshire.

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