Eino Ilmari Juutilainen (21 February 1914–21 February 1999) was a fighter pilot of the Finnish Air Force, and the top scoring non-German fighter pilot of all time.This makes him the top flying ace of the Finnish Air Force, leading all Finnish pilots in score against Soviet aircraft in World War II (1939–40 and 1941–1944), with 94 confirmed aerial combat victories in 437 sorties. According to himself he achieved a total of 126 victories. He achieved 34 of his victories while flying the Brewster Buffalo fighter.
After the wars, he served in the air force until 1947. He worked as a professional pilot until 1956, flying people in his De Havilland Moth. His last flight was in 1997, in a double-seated F-18 Hornet of the Finnish Air Force.
Juutilainen died on his 85th birthday on 21 February 1999.