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co-pilot in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishco-pilotˈco-ˌpi‧lot noun [countable]  TTAa pilot who shares the control of an aircraft with the main pilot
Examples from the Corpus
co-pilotTwo men in blue came out of the plane - the pilot and co-pilot.The two injured Marines were the pilot and co-pilot of the Sea Knight.He and his co-pilot settled down in the darkness for the long flight in the cramped cockpit.His co-pilot did not say a word.His co-pilot made an emergency landing at Southampton.The pilot and the co-pilot were still trapped in their seats.The pilot is caught in the crossfire; the co-pilot gets his neck broken just sitting in the cockpit.At his side was co-pilot Lisa Netsch of Sunset Beach.