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If you're planning to fly on a private plane for the first time, or hope to be in the future, Business Insider has etiquette advice from Andrew Collins, CEO of Sentient Jet, an "on-demand membership company." In addition to being on-time and bringing your ID or passport, he suggests packing light. He says that private jets often have less space, and you have to account for what the host may bring. If you're going on a business trip, Collins also suggests dressing the part.