bush pilot

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bush pilot (plural bush pilots)

  1. A pilot who flies small aircraft to and from remote locations, over expanses of relatively unpopulated territory.
    • 1959, "‘The Great One’," Time, 13 Jul.,
      Last month, landed by a bush pilot on a glacier at 7,000 ft., the four began their long push—the kind of adventure that pales a plains dweller.

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