English version

flier in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflierfli‧er /ˈflaɪə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  TTSanother spelling of flyer
Examples from the Corpus
flierBut it suddenly took a flier and I knew I was in trouble.He is a frequent flier and knows some of the pilots by name.But with electronic ticketing, you can still get advanced seat assignments, check in at curbside and accrue frequent flier mileage.The response: No one ever tried to seize frequent flier miles.Well, a retired high flier in the Civil Service.A promotional flier some one handed him, in front of a new pizzeria, two nights ago in New York.None are to be taken of the flier, under any circumstances.