bush pilot

noun
  1. a pilot who flies small aircraft over rugged terrain or unsettled regions to serve remote areas inaccessible to or off the route of larger planes: Bush pilots brought supplies to the Alaskan village once a week.

Origin of bush pilot

First recorded in 1935–40
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