|Final issue||January 2015 (print)|
|Company||Frequent Flyer Network|
|Based in||Colorado Springs, Colorado|
InsideFlyer was a monthly publication specializing in Frequent-flyer news. The magazine was founded in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1986 by Randy Petersen, and it provides information on earning and redeeming frequent-flyer miles and points. The print magazine's monthly circulation was around 76,000, and more readers visit the online site.
The magazine recommended flexibility in trying to redeem frequent-flyer miles and points.
The magazine's last issue was January 19, 2015 ending its 28 years, 11 months and 11 days in publishing. InsideFlyer relaunched on October 10, 2015, as an online publication and as a rebranded global community. New features include integrating mileage, travel itinerary tracking and social features to keep up with other members of the travel community.
- "Inside Flyer Magazine". Echo Media Print Media Experts. Retrieved August 27, 2014.
- Borcover, Alfred (February 15, 2011), "Be flexible, creative in cashing in airline miles", Chicago Tribune, retrieved August 27, 2014
- Gary Leff (January 26, 2015). "Inside Flyer Ceases Publishing After 29 Years: Randy Petersen Retires". BoardingArea. Retrieved April 23, 2017.
- "I'm Now Writing at Inside Flyer UK". Flying Piggie. December 31, 2016. Retrieved April 23, 2017.
- Petersen interview in Colorado Business Journal
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