frequent-flyer

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.

frequent-flyer

adj
of or relating to frequent flyers
Translations

frequent-flyer

adj frequent-flyer programme (Brit) or schemeVielfliegerprogramm nt
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M2 EQUITYBITES-July 17, 2019-Trazee recognizes United Airlines MileagePlus as favorite frequent-flyer program by Milltennial travelers
Passengers can take advantage of AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program within the campaign.
United Airlines has announced readers of Global Traveler have voted United's MileagePlus loyalty program as the Best Overall Frequent-Flyer Program for the 15th consecutive year, the company said.
The airline said that overall rankings were determined using a variety of criteria including Seat Comfort/Legroom, Food, Cabin Service, Amenities/Technology, Airport Lounge Clubs and Frequent-Flyer Privileges.
Until recently, employees who traveled on business were unsure whether the frequent-flyer miles they received for business trips, but used for personal purposes, were taxable.
Individuals may also earn frequent-flyer miles or other promotional benefits, for example, through rental cars or hotels.
CHICAGO-- Several supermarket chains have developed loyalty programs patterned on the frequent-flyer programs instituted by airlines, but Safeway Inc.
The network will give frequent-flyer miles to people who watch ABC shows.
You're probably familiar with the most prominent marketing scheme, the frequent-flyer program.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is reportedly handing out free electrical products to its frequent-flyer members.
The tax treatment of frequent-flyer miles has been a controversial issue for both taxpayers and the IRS.
In the survey completed by frequent business and luxury travelers, United's MileagePlus program was also named the Best Frequent-Flyer Bonus Program for the fifth consecutive year.