Pilot

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Pilot most commonly refers to:

Pilot or The Pilot may also refer to:

Science and technology[edit]

  • 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

Biology[edit]

Computing[edit]

Transport[edit]

  • Piloting (navigation) or pilotage, the act of navigating by visual landmarks over water or in the air
  • 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
  • Ford Pilot, a European Ford sold during the late 1940s
  • Honda Pilot, a large crossover SUV sold by Honda

Ships[edit]

Culture[edit]

Periodicals[edit]

Novels[edit]

Film[edit]

Television production, (United States)[edit]

  • Television pilot, a television episode used to sell a series to a television network

Television titles and episodes[edit]

Music[edit]

Bands[edit]

EPs[edit]

Songs[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Portland Pilots, an NCAA Division I athletics program representing the University of Portland
  • Seattle Pilots, a 1969 baseball team that became the Milwaukee Brewers

Organizations[edit]

People[edit]

Places[edit]

See also[edit]