Definition of frequent flier in English:

frequent flier

Syllabification: fre·quent fli·er

noun

A person who regularly travels by air on commercial flights, especially one who is enrolled in a promotional program for such travelers.
More example sentences
  • Initially, the service is available only for frequent fliers traveling from Sydney to Melbourne on flights before 10 a.m. and will run through mid-September.
  • European studies have shown that pilots, flight attendants and frequent fliers have a higher incidence of various forms of cancer due to radiation exposure.
  • Even government officials concede that normal flight exposure could be a concern for pregnant women, frequent fliers and flight crews.

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