Definition of 'co-pilot'
Example sentences containing 'co-pilot'
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As alarms sounded the captain told the co-pilot to tackle the fire. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In his book he modestly emphasised the role of crew, co-pilot and rescue teams. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Officials said it was standard practice for the co-pilot and captain to share roles within the flight. The Sun (2008)They waited a week to search homes of pilot and co-pilot. The Sun (2014)The dead included the pilot and co-pilot. The Sun (2009)Only a pilot and co-pilot were on board. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The pilot and co-pilot were used to calling out the names of emergency switches and checking that they were off. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We had two huge bravery awards specially struck for the flight captain and his co-pilot to ensure they got the giant honours they deserve. The Sun (2008)The pilot and co-pilot escaped unhurt when the jet's front wheel failed to go down properly. The Sun (2006)The report said that the pilot and one co-pilot put on their oxygen masks and the flight deck door was closed on the return to the airport. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE father of the co-pilot on flight MH370 is furious at claims his son committed suicide by crashing the plane. The Sun (2014)
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