Donald Trump flew at minimum seven times aboard Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express plane – six more than what was known previously, as new documents from Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial reveal. 

Flight logs reveal that the former president traveled on board the aircraft four times between 1993 and 1994, and once again in 1995, with Marla Marples, his ex-wife, and their children Tiffany and Eric.    

According to reports, Trump flew on Epstein’s plane between Palm Beach and Newark in 1997. Epstein also reportedly flew on one Trump’s private planes. 

Trump and Epstein met in the 1990s, when both were New York City playboys but also successful entrepreneurs.

More than 100 pages of flight records covering 1995 to 2003 are included in the documents. They also prove that Bill Clinton, former president, was an avid flyer aboard the Lolita express and flew at least nine times with Epstein. 

The log also features Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, a lawyer, and George Mitchell (ex-US Senator). Already reported flights such as Clinton’s had been done.

According to the documents, Epstein was often on the move from Manhattan to Palm Beach, New Mexico or his famous “paedophile islands” in the US Virgin Islands.   

It comes as jury deliberations in Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial began on Monday as they try to determine whether she is a dangerous predator who recruited teens to be sexually abused by financier Jeffrey Epstein – as prosecutors put it – or the ‘innocent woman’ a defense attorney described.

Donald Trump flew at least seven times on Jeffrey Epstein's (pictured together in Palm Beach in 1997) private Lolita Express jet, newly released flight logs have revealed

Donald Trump flew seven times at most on Jeffrey Epstein’s private Lolita Express Jet (photo taken together in Palm Beach, 1997)

Trump flew on Epstein's (pictured, with Ghislaine Maxwell on the notorious plane) Lolita Express jet four times in 1993, once in 1994, once in 1995 and once in 1997

Trump flew on Epstein’s (pictured, with Ghislaine Maxwell on the notorious plane) Lolita Express jet four times in 1993, once in 1994, once in 1995 and once in 1997

Flight logs released during Ghislaine Maxwell's sex-trafficking trial show Donald Trump travelled on Epstein's Lolita Express on one two-leg trip in May 1994 with ex-wife Marla Maples, his then-infant daughter Tiffany and a nanny

The flight logs of Donald Trump’s May 1994 trip on Epstein’s Lolita Express, with his ex-wife Marla Maples and then-infant Tiffany as a nanny were released by Ghislaine Maxiwell during her sex trafficking trial.

The former President travelled on Epstein's private jet from Palm Beach, Florida, to Teterboro Airport, New Jersey, in March 1993, according to new documents

New documents reveal that the ex-President traveled by Epstein’s private jet in March 1993 from Palm Beach, Florida to Teterboro Airport.

Trump also flew with Epstein and Maxwell, who appears to be listed here as GM, and his son Eric in August 1995, the documents reveal

Trump was also accompanied by Maxwell and Epstein. Maxwell appears to be listed in the document as GM. The documents show that Trump traveled with Eric and Eric in August 1995.

Flight logs show Trump, Epstein and Maxwell, among others, flew from Palm Beach in Florida to Teterboro in New Jersey on October 11, 1993 and October 1993. 

The former President then travelled on the Lolita Express with his ex-wife Marla Marples and his infant daughter Tiffany in 1994. 

He traveled with Eric and Maxwell from Palm Beach, Florida to Teterboro Airport, New Jersey on August 13, 1995.  

Maxwell’s New York City sex trafficking trial saw Epstein’s Lolita ex-partner as the focus of attention.  

Last month, the jet’s pilot Larry Visoki testified under oath that he remembered Trump being among the passengers on some of his flights. 

Asked to describe his experience and list the famous passengers he had flown, Visoki said: ‘I certainly remember President Trump, but not many people associated with him.’

Visoki claimed that other people had also flown, including Bill Clinton and Kevin Spacey. 

Trump and Epstein’s relationship was broken when Trump met a young girl at Mar-a-Lago (Trump’s Palm Beach club) in 2000, just before being convicted for soliciting child prostitution.  

They were still on good terms in 2002, when Trump gushed in an interview with New York Magazine: ‘I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. He is a wonderful man.

He’s a lot of fun to be with. Even though he is a man of high standards, he also likes pretty women. Many of these beautiful women are much younger than me. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.’

Trump was at his office when Epstein died in prison. 

Trump then fueled conspiracy theories suggesting that Epstein was murdered.

“Her boyfriend, who was a good friend of hers, died in jail. People are still trying to find out why it happened. He was killed, or suicide.

“And I wish her all the best. She is not in my thoughts. No one is bad to me.

“And people took it and made it so big, but it’s all just that her boyfriend died. He died in jail. He was killed or did he commit suicide. Yes, I do. Maxwell is my ‘boyfriend.’ I wish her the best.

After Epstein's death in jail in 2019 as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges, then-President Donald Trump fueled widespread conspiracy theories that suggested he had been murdered and said 'I wish her well' in reference to Maxwell

After Epstein’s death in jail in 2019 as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges, then-President Donald Trump fueled widespread conspiracy theories that suggested he had been murdered and said ‘I wish her well’ in reference to Maxwell

Ghislaine Maxwell (right) is currently on trial for allegedly helping Jeffrey Epstein (left) her then-boyfriend, traffic young girls

Ghislaine (right) is on trial in connection to allegedly aiding Jeffrey Epstein (left), her former boyfriend, traffic young ladies

Prosecutors in the case have released pictures of Maxwell with Epstein vacationing in Europe

Photos of Maxwell vacationing in Europe have been released by the Prosecutors.

Today’s jury will return to Maxwell’s case at 9 am to continue their deliberations. Maxwell is a 59-year-old woman who faces life imprisonment if she is found guilty.  

The charges against her include enticement of minors to participate in illegal sex acts and conspiracy to transport minors in order to engage with criminal sexual activity.

According to the prosecution, Maxwell was a key player in Epstein’s attempt to sexually abuse teenage girls.

But defense Laura Menninger, an awyer, claimed that Maxwell’s abuse of the women was a flawed memory. Lawyers and investigators from the US sought to make a case for Epstein who died in 2019 in federal custody while he waited his trial on sex trafficking.

She pointed out numerous contradictions in women’s statements over time, saying that their memories are “highly flawed” and that they have many reasons to question and hesitate.

She was caught with Jeffrey Epstein. Menninger said that although it was the worst mistake she has made in her entire life, it is not an offense.

Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey called a defense claim that Maxwell didn’t know about abuse that occurred for more than a decade a ‘laughable argument.’        

“Those four witnesses were the most damaging to you in this trial,” she stated. These women have put their lives on the line to testify at this trial, even though there is nothing they can gain.

Comey stated, “They did this for justice.”   

The jury are set to return at 9am today to continue deliberating the case against Maxwell, 59, who, if found guilty, faces the rest of her life behind bars

Today’s jury will return to Maxwell’s case at 9 AM to continue their deliberations. Maxwell is a 59-year-old woman who faces life imprisonment if she is found guilty

An earlier version of this story, Alison Moe (Assistant U.S. Attorney) called Maxwell “the lady of the house” when Epstein abuse girls at a New York estate, an Florida estate, and a New Mexico ranch.

Moe stated that Ghislaine Maxwell was a danger. Moe cited more than $30 million Maxwell was paid by Epstein in the course of her career. 

“Maxwell, Epstein were guilty of horrendous crimes.”

Summations were made at the beginning of week four of an original trial of six weeks. 

Judge Alison J. Nathan advised lawyers that the coronavirus epidemic in New York was getting worse and that they should keep their closes shut so the jury can begin deliberating on Monday. 

Maxwell is currently in jail following her July 2020 arrest. Her lawyer argued that Maxwell’s $22.5million estate pledge and willingness to be watched by 24 hour armed guards would secure her appearance at court. However, the judge repeatedly denied Maxwell bail.

Six charges were brought against Ghislaine Maxiwell 


Conspire to lure minors to illegal sex acts (maximum sentence 5 years)  

 Incentive to a minor travel for illegal sex acts (age 20 years).

20 years of Conspiracy to Transport Minors With the Intent to Engage in Criminal Sexual Activity (20 Years)

Transportation of a minor in the intention to engage or continue criminal sexual activities (10 year minimum, lifetime maximum).

The Sex Trafficking Confessional

Sex Trafficking of Minors 

Ghislaine Maxwell also faces two charges of perjury but those counts are due to be tried after her sex crimes trial. 

These charges stem from testimony that she made in 2016, in an Epstein case against Virginia Giuffre.  


Prosecutors claim Maxwell groomed three girls for Epstein between 1994-97. 

The indictment does not name them, however, she is alleged to have targeted them in London.

Maxwell, according to rumours, would make friends with the girls, asking about their childhood and schooling. It is alleged that Maxwell would take the girls to movies, and then go shopping with them, putting them at ease. This trust was enough to allow her to deliver them to Epstein later.

Prosecutors say that she did this to “normalize” the later abuse. 

Prosecutors say she then assisted Epstein in their abuse, and even took part herself. 

A group of alleged sexual abusers includes “sexualized group massagings”. 

Indictment states that Maxwell encouraged the girls to borrow money from Epstein and pay him for education.