Is “equal to none” a fixed phrase?

I encountered this as a phrase in

Trent Hawkins is a skilled pilot and war veteran, whose piloting skill are equal to none

and it seems a bit strange. Is this an actual phrase or has the author of this sentence botched this up?

Answer

An idiomatic way to say this is with the phrase “second to none

Trent Hawkins is a skilled pilot and war veteran, whose piloting skill
is second to none.

It means that nobody is better than Trent.

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