pilotage

[pahy-luh-tij]
noun
1.
act, occupation, or skill of piloting.
2.
the fee paid to a pilot for his or her services.
3.
pilot station ( def 1 ).
4.
the process of directing the movement of a ship or aircraft by visual or electronic observations of recognizable landmarks.

Origin:
1610–20; < French; see pilot, -age

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pilotage (ˈpaɪlətɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  the act of piloting an aircraft or ship
2.  a pilot's fee
3.  the navigation of an aircraft by the observation of ground features and use of charts

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Contractual indemnification is provided to the federal pilots because of the voluntary nature of such pilotage.
Each pilotage ground will have a training organization.
Pilotage, comparing what is on the map in your lap to the view outside the window.
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