Spending half the day in a metal tube with more than 300 strangers isn't ideal, especially coupled with the fact that it can be uncomfortable and flat-out boring.
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As any anxious flier can attest, air travel can inspire a sense of dread, panic and, at worst, paralyzing fear.
For years I regularly flew to Australia for work without a second thought. Twenty-four hours in the air didn't bother me one bit. But, mysteriously, a few years ago, turbulence terror suddenly hit.
First came etiquette, then netiquette (e-mail etiquette), and now jetiquette, or private jet etiquette. For optimum airborne pleasure, here are some suggestions for flying in a private plane.
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