Flight logs reveal Trump flew SEVEN times on Epstein’s Lolita Express jet
By Ramon Tomey // Dec 22, 2021

New evidence in the form of flight logs revealed that former President Donald Trump was a frequent passenger on convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express jet. The evidence, which was presented during the trial of Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, showed Trump flew at least seven times on the aircraft.


The flight logs spanning 1991 until 2006 were made public on Dec. 19, a day before jury members were set to decide Maxwell's fate. They showed Trump traveling on the jet four times in 1993 and once in 1994. He traveled with his former wife Marla Maples and children Tiffany and Eric Trump the following year. In 1997, Trump boarded the Lolita Express from Palm Beach airport in Florida to Newark airport in New Jersey.

Based on the flight logs, Epstein and Maxwell accompanied the real estate mogul-turned-president in several flights from 1993 to 1995. The two were also listed as passengers during the 1995 trip with Trump, his wife and his two children. Epstein was Trump's only companion during the 1997 flight from Palm Beach to Newark, the logs noted.

Epstein is also said to have flown on one of Trump's private planes, being on the move between his homes in New York City, Florida and New Mexico. The documents also showed Epstein frequently flying to his private residence in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he committed most of his sexual crimes.

A testimony by Lolita Express pilot Lawrence "Larry" Visoski attested to Trump being a frequent passenger. "I certainly remember [former] President Trump, but not many people associated with him," he testified in late November 2021. Visoski was hired by Epstein in 1991, and had flown his now-deceased boss throughout his different properties.

"I could see the driver and perhaps maybe the passenger. Ninety-nine percent of cars in Florida have tinted windows. But depending upon how the car approached the aircraft, if I'm sitting in the cockpit looking down, I would be able to see the driver of the car," the pilot said, referring to passengers approaching the plane by car.

Trump and Epstein: A connection from way back

The convicted sex offender and Trump had known each other since the 1990s. Both were playboys and successful entrepreneurs in New York City, before their relationship went south.

Trump described Epstein during a 2002 interview with New York Magazine: "I've known Jeff for 15 years, terrific guy. He's a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it – Jeffrey enjoys his social life."

However, the relationship between the two soured after Epstein hit on a young girl at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. The financier was later convicted of soliciting child prostitution.

Authorities arrested Epstein in July 2019. He was found dead in his cell at a New York correctional facility the following month, with his death being ruled a suicide. However, Trump – who was president that time – suggested that Epstein was murdered.

Trump said: "[Maxwell's] boyfriend died in jail, and people are still trying to figure out how did it happen. Was it suicide? Was he killed?" He also said of Epstein's partner: "I do wish her well. I'm not looking bad for her. I'm not looking bad for anybody."

Meanwhile, authorities arrested Maxwell back in July 2020 in New Hampshire. She was sent to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, with judges repeatedly denying her bail. (Related: Jeffrey Epstein enabler Ghislaine Maxwell said to have access to STASH of videos depicting sex crimes against minors: Will she be "suicided" in jail?)

Other personalities also named as Lolita Express passengers

Visoski also testified seeing other personalities aboard the Lolita Express during his stint as its pilot. These include former President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey and Prince Andrew of the British royal family.

The flight logs released Dec. 19 showed Clinton being a frequent flyer, accompanying Epstein on at least nine flights. British model Naomi Campbell accompanied Clinton and Epstein on one such flight. Another instance from September 2002 showed Epstein joining Clinton and Spacey on a trip to the Azores islands off Portugal, taking off from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. (Related: Court unseals documents: Bill Clinton alleged to have appeared on Epstein's Island.)

Meanwhile, the logs recorded Prince Andrew as a passenger on the jet thrice. One such flight happened on Feb. 9, 1999, in which the royal figure flew to Epstein's Virgin Island residence. He returned three days later on Feb. 12, that time accompanied by Maxwell, a security officer and other guests.

In May of the following year, Andrew boarded the Lolita Express from New Jersey's Teterboro Airport. The May 12, 2000 flight listed West Palm Beach, Florida as its destination.

Lawyer Alan Dershowitz and former Sen. George Mitchell (D-ME) were also listed as passengers of the Lolita Express. Both have strenuously denied allegations of wrongdoing.

Check out Gabor "Gabe" Zolna of "The Zolna Report" talking about the Trump-Lolita Express connection.

This video is from the zolnareport.com channel on Brighteon.com.

Trafficking.news has more news about sex offenders like Jeffrey Epstein.

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