frequent flyer


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frequent flyer

or frequent flier
n.
One who travels often by air, especially on one airline.

fre′quent-fly′er, fre′quent-fli′er adj.
Translations
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častý pasažier na tej istej linke

frequent flyer

nVielflieger(in) m(f)
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Qantas Frequent Flyer members in Australia will now be able to earn two Qantas Points for every dollar they spend with Deliveroo when ordering a meal from their favourite local restaurant.
Middle Eastern carrier Emirates and California-based Virgin America said they have forged a frequent flyer partnership that allows members of both airlines' frequent flyer programs to earn and redeem points or miles for travel across the networks of two airlines respectively recognized as best-in-class for global and US domestic service.
Also, both carriers confirmed that from 20 December 2011 they will begin reciprocal frequent flyer recognition, allowing KrisFlyer members to earn and redeem frequent flyer points on Virgin Australia's entire network and Velocity members to earn and redeem frequent flyer points on Singapore Airlines-operated services.
According to research, being able to automatically pool points with family members was an appealing way to improve frequent flyer programmes.
The frequent flyer partnership is offering members of King Club, Kingfisher Airlines frequent flyer programme, around 500 miles per stay at participating Worldhotel's properties globally.
Gulf Air's Gold Frequent flyer members, who are Batelco users, will be provided with special offers from Batelco on postpaid, smartphone and broadband packages exclusively, a statement said.
Citibank NA, a unit of Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C), has announced that it has launched a new credit card for frequent flyers.
United Airlines and Continental Airlines announced today that members of each carrierOs frequent flyer program who have earned elite status will receive unlimited, complimentary domestic upgrades on flights operated by both airlines when space is available.
This, and high aviation fuel prices, could lead to airlines selling all or part of their frequent flyer schemes off or restricting them to a more select group of passengers, the company said.
The frequent flyer miles tracking service is free to use, and is available at http://www.
Randy Petersen, The Official Frequent Flyer Guidebook (Chicago: Bonus Books, 1995).
Although the IRS said it had no special enforcement program for frequent flyer miles, under similar circumstances, a CPA's clients could receive the same costly IRS ruling.

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