Definition of bush pilot in English:

bush pilot

Syllabification: bush pi·lot

noun

One who flies small aircraft into remote areas.
More example sentences
  • Lance had flown in for the evening, as had bush pilot, hunting guide, and camp head Jamie Wilson and his hunting partner, Derek Littleton.
  • Descending into camp, the bush pilot spotted a flattened tent, and a large grizzly on top of what looked like a human body.
  • Deluce's father, Stanley, a bush pilot, founded the Timmins-based White River Air, which acquired Austin Airways in 1974 and later took over London-based Air Ontario in 1981.

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