stunt pilot


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n stunt pilot a pilot who travels around the country giving exhibits of stunt flying and parachuting
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In literature:

The natural result of training a pupil along those lines is that he graduates rapidly into a good stunting pilot.
"Opportunities in Aviation" by Arthur Sweetser
He was the first pilot really to "stunt" this machine, and gradually the squadron gained complete assurance.
"The War in the Air; Vol. 1" by Walter Raleigh
But a plane pilot, stunting madly to dodge tracer bullets, has little time to spare for revolver work.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930" by Various
Did you see the pilot do those stunts above the bluff?
"The Trail of Conflict" by Emilie Baker Loring
An upside-down landing is one of the showiest maneuvers a stunting pilot can perform.
"Test Pilot" by Jimmy Collins

In news:

EL PASO — Thousands of spectators at the Amigo Airsho are taking in the death defying stunts from some of the best stunt pilots and skydivers at Biggs Army Airfield over the weekend.
Veteran airman and stunt pilot Jimmy Leeward , 74, of Ocala, Fla.
Stunt pilot at home in the sky.
Wife Watches as Stunt Pilot Husband's Plane Crashes.
A stunt pilot died when he crashed his plane into the Gulf of Mexico north of Tampa.
Veteran Hollywood stunt pilot Jimmy Leeward, 74, was flying his World War II racing plane, a P-51 Mustang, when something went terribly wrong.
A Son Mourns His Stunt-Pilot Mother.
Stunt pilot knows the drill.
We had a chance to speak with Lt. Klatt who is a pilot of one of the stunt planes that you will see this weekend.
Liza Queen is something of a stunt pilot among chefs, a real risk taker.
The energy drink also sponsors a Formula One racing team and a stunt-pilot team, as well as other athletes who pursue high-risk endeavors.
Stunt pilots will hook the chute mid-air for safe home delivery.
Watch Spencer Fly With Stunt Pilot Jan Collmer.