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  • n. One who is not a pilot.


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non- +‎ pilot


  • Beblavý said the ministry should immediately terminate all eight social company pilot projects and examine the issue of state aid in the cases of other so-called nonpilot companies.

    The Prague Post

  • Researchers compared 179 CEOs who hold private pilot's licenses with 2,000 nonpilot CEOs.

    Week in Ideas

  • So I took a course called a Pinch Hitter, an apt metaphor for a nonpilot flying in such circumstances.

    Earning Your Wings

  • The merger of Delta and Northwest would give Northwest's nonpilot unions fresh opportunities to organize Delta's nonunion employees.

    Labor Sees Opportunity in Airline Tie-Ups

  • Moon walker Al Bean directed us to prepare a report justifying why nonpilot MS astronauts should be trained as pilots.

    Riding Rockets

  • He made no comment about the fact I was the first nonpilot air force officer ever to fly in space.

    Riding Rockets

  • Opening nonpilot duties to enlisted personnel would provide at least two direct benefits in morale and monetary terms.

    On Yankee Station

  • My comment was simply in reaction to your condescension in calling Langeweische "a private pilot," which is a very specific put-down in the eyes of nonpilot readers (and even many ticket-holders).

    The Cranky Flier

  • A 2007 Rand Corporation study observed that Pennsylvania's VAA pilot program did not increase achievement at pilot schools compared to nonpilot schools; but this effect was due more to the pilot schools 'failure to use VAA statistics effectively than any inherent flaw in VAA itself.

    NCPA | Daily Policy Digest


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