JEFFREY Epstein's sex trafficking network may have stretched even further, hundreds of newly revealed flight logs suggest.
Data shows how the depraved financier crisscrossed the Atlantic on his four private jets including one sickeningly dubbed the Lolita Express.
Lolita Express pilot Larry Visoski gives evidence at Ghislaine Maxwell's trial today in New York Credit: Reuters
The Boeing 727 is said to have played host to Epstein's VIP pals including Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
It became part of the evidence today at the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the Brit socialite accused of “serving up” girls for Epstein to abuse.
Pilot Larry Visoski told a Manhattan court Maxwell was Epstein's “number two” and would often contact him to schedule flights.
He said: “She was the one that pretty much handled most of the finance, my expenses, spending in the office.”
Mr Visoski also told the jury how he would often shuttle Epstein and his guests between his luxury homes in New York, Florida, New Mexico, Paris and the Virgin Islands.
Maxwell's name and those of some of the alleged abuse victims appear in the flight logs, said Assistant US Attorney Lara Pomerantz.
Maxwell, 59, denies charges including trafficking girls for sex at the ongoing trial.
Last night Business Insider reported the Federal Aviation Authority had “accidentally” disclosed logs for around 2,300 flights after previously refusing to release the data.
The logs relate to four aircraft owned by Epstein including the Boeing and three Gulfstream jets.
Some 704 of the flights were not previously known about and fill in detail of four years when Epstein's movements were unclear, the publication said.
Records show how he made regular trips between his main homes in Manhattan and Palm Beach, as well as hundreds of flights to Los Angeles.
He also flew regularly to Little St James in the Caribbean – dubbed Paedo Island because girls were ferried there for him to abuse.
And he flew to his other home in Paris, as well as luxury trips to Mexico and Marrakesh.
It comes after more details of the flights were laid bare last year in documents filed by lawyers for Epstein “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
The papers included a map compiled from the globe-trotting pervert's flight logs.
Virginia said she and other young victims were taken on board the jets and offered up to Epstein's powerful associates.
Locations listed on the map include Epstein's homes along with London, the Bahamas, Granada and Tangiers.
Epstein used his “seemingly unlimited wealth and resources, to create a web of transcontinental sex trafficking that served himself, his co-conspirators, and some of the most powerful people in the world,” court papers claim.
David Rodgers, another pilot who worked for Epstein, has previously said in court papers he once saw Prince Andrew on board with Virginia, who was then 17.
She has filed a civil lawsuit against The Duke of York alleging she was trafficked to have sex with him at Maxwell's home in London.
She also claims she was abused by the royal at Epstein's homes in New York and Little St James.
Andrew's name appears on flight log entries around this time – and he is listed in Epstein's so-called “Black Book” of powerful people, the documents state.
Andrew fiercely denies Virginia's allegations, saying he has no memory of even meeting her, and never saw or suspected any wrongdoing by Epstein during their friendship.
Epstein's Boeing 727 private jet was dubbed the Lolita Express Credit: Instagram
It was fitted out with a plush interior with space for 29 VIP passengers Credit: Equus
Prince Andrew was named in flight logs, a lawsuit claims Credit: Jae Donnelly
Virginia Roberts claims she was flown on Epstein's plane and made to have sex with Prince Andrew, which he denies Credit: Rex Features
Lawyer Lisa Bloom who represents six of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims talks on Prince Andrew’s failure to cooperate with authorities