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Pilot most commonly refers to:
- Pilot (aeronautics), a person who flies or navigates an aircraft
- Maritime pilot, a mariner who guides ships through hazardous waters
- Television pilot, a trial episode made to sell a television series
- Pilot Flying J, a company that operates truck stops in the United States and Canada
- Honda Pilot, a large crossover SUV sold by Honda
The term may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Pilot experiment, a precursor to a full experiment
- Pilot light, a flame kept continually burning and used to light burners on household appliances
- Pilot signal, or pilot tone, in telecommunications
- Pilot (operating system), designed by Xerox PARC in the 1970s
- PILOT, a computer programming language for computer assisted instruction (CAI)
- Pilot job, a type of multilevel scheduling
- Pilotage, the act of navigating by visual landmarks
- Pilot (locomotive), a device that deflects obstacles from the front of a locomotive, also known as a cowcatcher
- Station pilot, a locomotive used for shunting passenger coaches and vans
- Pilotman, a railway worker who ensures that only one train enters a single track rail segment at a time
- Pilot (automobile), three models of automobile produced in the early 1900s
- Pilot (boat), a pilot boat and museum ship in San Diego, California
- HMS Pilot, one of four ships of the British Royal Navy
- Pilot (icebreaker), the first icebreaker ship, built in 1864
- "Pilot" (short story), by Stephen Baxter
- The Pilot (Canadian newspaper), a newspaper
- Pilot (UK magazine), a UK-based general aviation magazine
- The Pilot: A Tale of the Sea, an 1824 novel by James Fenimore Cooper
- The Virginian-Pilot, the daily newspaper of Norfolk, Virginia and the surrounding Hampton Roads metro area
- The Pilot (newspaper), the official newspaper of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston
Film and television
- Pilot No. 5, a 1943 film
- The Pilot (film), a 1980 film
- Pilot (television episode), television pilots for many series titled only "Pilot"
- Pilot (Farscape), a character in the science fiction television series Farscape
- "The Pilot" (Seinfeld), two episodes comprising Seinfeld's Season 4 finale
- Pilots (film), a 2000 Malayalam film
- Pilot (studio), a Russian animation studio
- Pilot (band), a pop rock group best known for their 1975 hit songs "Magic" and "January"
- Pilot (Russian band), a Russian rock band from Saint Petersburg
- "Pilot" (Mallory Knox EP), an EP by Mallory Knox
- "Pilot" (Reuben EP), an EP by Reuden
- "Pilot" (song), a song by German electronica band The Notwist
- "Pilots" (song), a 2002 song by the band Goldfrapp
- Portland Pilots, an NCAA Division I athletics program representing the University of Portland
- Seattle Pilots, a professional baseball expansion team that joined the American League in 1969 and became the Milwaukee Brewers the following year
- Pilot (pen company), a Japanese pen manufacturer
- PILOT (finance), in public finance, a payment in lieu of taxes
- Pilot (surname)
- Pilot, Virginia, an unincorporated place in the United States
- Pilot, North Carolina (disambiguation), multiple locations
- Pilate (disambiguation)
- Driver (disambiguation)
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- All pages with titles containing "Pilot"
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