Massive new Jeffrey Epstein flight logs naming pedo’s pals ‘will make last list made public look like a Post-It note’

FRESH flight logs detailing the people who travelled on Jeffrey Epstein's private planes will make the last list "look like a post-it note", a source has claimed.

Epstein, who killed himself last year while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges, is known to have travelled extensively, often with some of the world's most famous and powerful people.

Much of the financier's abuse is thought to have been carried out on board his various aircraft as well as on his private Carribean island, Little St James.

The attorney general for the US Virgin Islands has now requested complete logs for every flight made between 1998 and Epstein's death, The Mirror reported.

The request reportedly covers four helicopters and three planes.

Logs provided in 2009 by David Rodgers, one of Epstein's pilots, showed that passengers on Epstein's craft included Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton.

Both the prince and Clinton have denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein's crimes.

Speaking to the Mirror, a source has said that the new subpoena has caused a “panic among many of the rich and famous” because the 2009 logs did not include flights made by another pilot, Larry Visoski.

Visoski was Epstein's chief pilot and worked for him for more than 25 years.

“The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note,” the source said.

Investigators are also said to be seeking personal notes made by pilots and “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct”.

Epstein's main plane, a Boeing 727 dubbed the Lolita Express, is reported to be grounded besides a runway in Georgie taking up thousands of dollars in storage fees.

The jet features a circular shaped lounge filled with large beige chairs and a spacious private bedroom.

Inside the room lies a queen size bed, a sitting area, a small desk and study, and a private en suite with integrated shower.

Prosecutors allege that the plane was used to fly sex trafficking victims between New York, New Mexico, Paris, the US Virgin Islands and to Epstein's waterfront mansion in Palm Beach.

The plane took its last flight on July 11, 2016 from Palm Beach International Airport and landed at Brunswick Golden Isles Airport in Georgia.

Its engines have been stripped and sold, and it has been unregistered since last year.

The only former associate of Esptein to have faced charges so far is ex-girlfriend and alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell.

Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire at the start of July and is currently being held on charges of enticement of minors, sex trafficking, and perjury.

Her trial is due to begin in July 2021.

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