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frequent flier

noun
1.
an airline passenger registered with a program that provides bonuses, as upgrades or free flights, based especially on distance traveled.
Related forms
frequent-flier, adjective
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  • frequent flier points may not form part of the prize.
  • frequent flier programs have an abundant choice of methods to reward members for their loyalty.
  • Having the trip linked to your frequent flier account in the first place is part of how they show up in your app.
  • The problem is priority boarding for those with frequent flier status.
  • frequent flier programs are loyalty programs that are used as a marketing tool by airlines around the world.
  • frequent flier programs often provide significant discounts to members, especially if you have a long customer history with them.
  • If you're not signed up for a frequent flier program, do so before you fly.
  • Optionally, you can also enter travel preferences such as frequent flier information and seating preferences.
  • frequent flier mileage cannot be accrued by the attorney while traveling at government expense.
  • Law clerks will not be paid for tickets obtained through frequent flier mileage plans.

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