- n someone who travels by air
- n someone who operates an aircraft
- n an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution
- These frequent-flier kids don't spend enough time in their adopted countries to become fully bicultural, but they take pieces and add it to their home values and traditions .
- The flier referred to the event as a "salon" and called it "an opportunity to influence the debate.
- Clinton spokesman Singer says flier recycles "claims that even he acknowledges have been discredited.
News & Articles
- United puts spending minimum on frequent flier status
Starting next year, United Airlines frequent fliers will have to spend minimum amounts to achieve elite flier status, in addition to flying a certain number of miles or segments, the Chicago-based airline said Tuesday.
June 18, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
- United Airlines adds $2,500 spending requirement for frequent flier elite status
CHICAGO — United Airlines is making it a little harder to get a higher frequent-flier status. That status used to require flying 25,000 miles per year. Now, United is adding a requirement for at least $2,500 in spending, too, to qualify for status in its MileagePlus program.
June 18, 2013 - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
- JetBlue Frequent Flier Points Will Never Expire
JetBlue Airways announced that frequent flier points earned in its TrueBlue program will not expire, making it the second U.S. airline (Delta's the other) with the policy. Other carriers delete miles after 18 to 24 months of inactivity.
June 17, 2013 - CNBC
- Doug Parker in USA Today
Customers in those cities will have convenient service to a broader range of destinations on one airline, in one frequent flier program,Parker said in the letter, which was released to the media Monday.
- Greg Grunberg in San Francisco Chronicle
I'm in a really good place on the show right now,says Grunberg during a break from shooting. "I know Matt will soon be getting some frequent-flier miles. Hopefully, he'll now be able to control people with his mind. And I'd like him to get...
- Ross Taylor in NDTV.com
Talking about India's batting which has helped the visitors dominate the previous two games, Taylor said: "They got off to a flier here in the T20 and their batters will be licking their lips. But our batters would be expecting to do the same as...