Prince Andrew ‘has flown on Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express jet at least four times’, including a trip to ‘paedo island’

CAUSE Andrew has flown on Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express jet at least four times, including a trip to the tycoon’s private sex island in the Caribbean, flight logs reveal.

Records are said to show the Duke’s first flight was to Little St James – also known as “paedo island” – owned by Epstein at the time.

Jeffrey Epstein pictured with Prince Andrew in New York in 2011


Jeffrey Epstein pictured with Prince Andrew in New York in 2011Credit: Jae Donnelly
Alleged flight logs show Andrew has flown on Epstein's private jet, including the 'Lolita Express', left, four times


Alleged flight logs show Andrew has flown on Epstein’s private jet, including the ‘Lolita Express’, left, four timesCredit: Splash

The findings further cast doubt on Prince Andrew’s personal judgment and his relationship with Epstein, who took his own life in a New York prison in 2019.

Duke admitted to visiting Little St James but insists that he has never seen anything that is not commendable.

It happened when a jury in Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial heard that the Duke had on a flight with one of Epstein’s alleged sex slaves.

Maxwell’s The youngest accuser was asked about the plane ride when she was cross-examined by defense attorneys during the New York trial.

The victim – who is testifying anonymously as Jane – was asked if she had ever flight with Andrew, to which she replied “yes”.

There are no allegations of misconduct by Andrew as part of this case.

This is the second time in as many days that the Duke of York has been dragged into a sex abuse trial his old friend Ghislaine.

Flight records viewed by Mail on Sunday suggests Andrew’s first flight on Epstein’s plane was to his private Caribbean island in the US Virgin Islands on February 9, 1999.

According to the newspaper, Epstein, Maxwell and one of the Duke’s personal security guards were on board.

They landed at Cyril E King Airport on St Thomas Island before being escorted to Little St James in one of Epstein’s black helicopters.

The 75-acre island was once known as a playground for the super-rich, with mansions and opulent mansions that Epstein and other influential figures used when the tycoon was alive.

After three nights on the island, Andrew returned to Epstein’s £15 million West Palm beach house, along with Russian model Anna Malova, according to reports.

Sources close to Andrew said that in 2019, the Duke had “no recollection” of being on the flight in 1999.

Records also show Prince flew on Epstein’s Gulfstream jet from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to West Palm Beach on May 12, 2000.

He flew again on September 1, 2006 – six weeks after the tycoon was arrested for sex crimes – but this time he accompanied Maxwell on a flight from London Luton to Edinburgh.

These diaries read “Prince Andrew”, but the confusion over how the passenger details were recorded meant the Duke could have enjoyed more flights on Epstein’s private jet fleet, according to the Mail on Sunday. Japan.

One of Epstein’s former pilots, David Rodgers, told investigators he would caption the names of the Duke and other acquaintances in “AP”, which is listed on the flight manual more than 100 times.

A 2016 affidavit issued by the pilot stated that Jane had also been on a flight with Prince Andrew, Epstein, and Maxwell. The initials “AP” appear on the flight log.

Records show they flew on the billionaire’s Gulfstream jet.


Andrew – grinning image with Windsor yesterday – denied any wrongdoing over his friendship with Epstein.

And he strongly denies he slept with 17-year-old sex slave Virginia Roberts, who allegedly trafficked him at Maxwell’s London home.

Virginia’s allegations are not part of the case against Maxwell, but are subject to a separate civil action she has brought against the Duke.

Epstein and Maxwell stand shoulder to shoulder with the rich and famous in the world – believed to be hiding in plain sight amid a filthy web of sexual abuse.

Multi-millionaire Epstein will keep a “little black book“strong connections as he traveled around the world were said to be with Maxwell.

This week, Jane testified that Maxwell and Epstein would use names like Trump and Clinton to brag about their social circle.

And she also testified in court that Epstein took her to journalist Mike Wallace’s 80th birthday party in New York.

“I sang happy birthday,” said Jane, who is about 15 years old.

Maxwell’s Attorney Deny all charges against her, argued that she was being made to represent Epstein, and painted alleged victims in it for money.

Ghislaine Maxwell's attorney cross-examines Jane


Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorney cross-examines JaneCredit: Reuters
Maxwell accused of bringing girls to be Epstein's liars, where she witnessed as he sexually harassed them


Maxwell accused of bringing girls to be Epstein’s liars, where she witnessed as he sexually harassed themCredit: Reuters

Prince and ‘Madam’

CAUSE Andrew says he first met Ghislaine Maxwell when he was in college – but it turned into a friendship that plunged the Duke into scandal.

The pair are said to have known each other for more than two decades before she is said to have introduced him to Epstein.

She and the American financier are believed to have been dating at the time – and the Duke is later said to have had a friendship with Epstein.

It was a relationship that is said to have seen him make multiple visits to Epstein’s home and his private island, Little Saint James.

And during this testing period, Epstein and Ghislaine are said to have introduced the royal family to 17-year-old Virginia Roberts.

She claims she was trafficked to have sex with Andrew – something he vehemently denies.

In his infamous car crash interview on BBC Newsnight with Emily Maitlis, Prince revealed some key hints about his friendship with Ghislaine.

He explained that he had met Epstein through his “girlfriend” – Maxwell – whom he had known “since she was at university in England”.

The duke outlined how his relationship with the pedophile was through the lens of Ghislaine, the daughter of newspaper magnate Robert Maxwell.

Events that Epstein and Maxwell attend – such as at Windsor Castle – are often arranged through her, with Epstein as the add-on.

And he did not comment on Maxwell’s alleged involvement in Epstein’s human trafficking scheme.

“If there’s a question Ghislaine has to answer, that’s her problem, I’m afraid I’m not qualified to comment one way or another,” he said.

However, Andrew admitted to speaking with her at the end of 2019, but said they did not discuss Epstein.

“There’s nothing to discuss about him because he’s not in the news, you know, it’s just…we’ve moved on,” he said.

Ghislaine and Andrew’s friendship is said to have become more prominent in the early decades – he was first spotted with her and Epstein at a tennis tournament at Donald’s Mar-a-Lago resort Trump in February 2000.

Vanity Fair reported that friends suggested that Andrew changed his lifestyle as he became closer to Maxwell.

“Andrew is a very poor judge of character, prone to impressions,” a source told the Evening Standard.

“He’s gone from this potato couch to the man in town, with nothing better to do than go from one holiday to the next.”

Ghislaine and Andrew were photographed together at various events in the 00s.

She and Epstein attended events such as a weekend photo shoot in Sandringham in 2000 and Princess Beatrice’s 18th birthday in 2006.

And the most infamous photo depicting the connection between Andrew and Ghislaine was taken at her London townhouse in 2002.

It shows the Duke with his arm around Virginia Roberts while the social page smiles in the background – the photo is believed to have been taken by Epstein.

Andrew has suggested that the photo is a fake.

“Nobody can prove that the photo has been repaired or not, but I don’t remember if the photo was ever taken,” he said.

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