Haute Author

  • NAME Janine Iannarelli
  • BIO Haute Living’s private aviation expert Janine K. Iannarelli has more than 25 years of business aviation experience, having represented numerous corporations and private individuals worldwide with respect to both the sale and purchase of business aircraft. She is the founder and president of Par Avion Ltd., which is based in Houston, Texas. Par Avion is an aircraft marketing firm that specializes in the exclusive representation and acquisition of business aircraft and whose area of expertise lends itself to the Challenger 300s, Citation, Falcon, Gulfstream, Hawker, Learjet and new Phenom product lines. She serves s as a reliable source for news and commentary on business aviation topics for editors and reporters of regional, national and international newspapers and magazines, including Altitudes, Aviation International News, Business Air, Eurobusiness, World Aircraft Sales Magazine, The Houston Business Journal, The Houston Chronicle, and The Fort Worth Business Press. She is a current member of the NBAA, European Business Aviation Association, the Houston Aviation Advisory Association, Women in Aviation, International, and the American Marketing Association. Her Private Aviation column will be posted each Monday on www.HauteLiving.com.

Articles By Janine Iannarelli

Private Aviation: How To Be PC in Europe

Staying on the narrow path of political correctness in Europe can be challenging and not just due to the fact you are moving about the countryside. Borders may be gone in the EU, but a change in attitude still comes with a change of the cellular carrier. However, I found a way to be “PC” while on a recent trip to Europe and it came in the form of a single engine executive aircraft. Read More


Private Aviation: The Solution to Being Stranded

In her debut column, Haute Living’s editor of private aviation Janine Iannarelli of Par Avion Ltd. shares a personal story about how private aviation saved the day for a group of businessmen stuck in Europe because of the cloud of volcanic ash. In a race against the clock, teams were mobilized in three different countries to get the group home, and all it took was one phone call. Read More