Jeffrey Epstein's private jet made multiple stopovers in Ireland 1 month ago

Jeffrey Epstein's private jet made multiple stopovers in Ireland

Epstein was on board.

Sex offender Jeffrey Epstein flew on his private jet with multiple stopovers in Ireland over a number of years, new findings have said.

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The Irish Independent reports that Epstein's private jet, the 'Lolita Express', flew over and stopped in several Irish airports during a 12 year time span, many of which the sex trafficking of minors allegedly took place.

The stopover spots included Dublin, Waterford, Shannon and Belfast which each trip seeing Epstein spend time in each place, sometimes stopping only for a matter of hours or days.

It is also reported that Epstein's ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was also on board the planes when they landed in Ireland.

The news broke as the Independent looked at the hundreds of flights and thousands of air miles the jet has racked up as it flew over the Atlantic so much throughout these years.

The earliest records show that plane landed in Dublin on May 2 1996 from Teterboro airport in New Jersey, the same place he was arrested back in 2019 on sex trafficking charges.

It then shows the plane took off again from Dublin to Waterford the following day, but Epstein wasn't aboard this time, instead being picked up from Waterford later that day and headed for Paris.

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On May 6 it then returned to Ireland, flying from Geneva to Shannon for a refuel and then headed back to New York.

The next trip recorded was later in 1996 on November 24 when the private jet landed in Shannon after flying from St. Petersburg with Epstein on board this time.

In 2008 the plane made another stop in Shannon but this time it only had one person on board.

Epstein's pilot of 25 years, Larry Visoski, has been testifying as a witness in Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial, which is ongoing.

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He revealed he has flown Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump and Kevin Spacey during the time he worked for Epstein, but has said he didn't see any sexual activity on board.

It was noted that the cockpit door remained closed during these flights.

The pilot has also said he recalls flying Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the woman who has alleged that Prince Andrew sexually assaulted her.