Jeffrey Epstein's private jet flight records revealed in Ghislaine Maxwell trial

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Ghislaine Maxwell is seen in a courtroom sketch from her trial.
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  • Hundreds of flight records from Jeffrey Epstein's private jet have been made public.
  • Prosecutors released the records, kept by one of Epstein's pilots, as part of Ghislaine Maxwell's child-sex-trafficking trial.
  • The logs show notable celebrities and politicians — including Donald Trump and Bill Clinton — traveled with Epstein.

Thousands of flight records for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's private jet were revealed on Monday as part of Ghislaine Maxwell's child-sex-trafficking trial. 

The 118-page collection of documents includes flight manifest records for who was traveling with Epstein on the flights. Other information includes the date, aircraft make and model, points of departure and arrival, number of landings, and the pilot's signature.

The logs were kept by one of Epstein's two pilots, David Rodgers. A smaller set of the same records were first published by Gawker in 2015.

The larger set of records were introduced into evidence as Rodgers testified earlier in the trial, as prosecutors sought to demonstrate that some of the accusers in the case traveled on the plane along with Maxwell.

Alison Nathan, the judge overseeing the case, said prosecutors had applied too many redactions to the documents when they were first entered into evidence. Prosecutors released a less-redacted version of the flight records on Monday.

Rodgers testified that he wasn't always precise in recording the people who were with Epstein on each flight. Some of the entries have vague listings like just "single female" rather than a person's name.

Earlier this year, the Federal Aviation Administration accidentally sent Insider a different set of more than 2,000 flight records associated with Epstein's private jets.

Previously unsealed flight logs from a 2019 defamation case against Maxwell showed that figures like Bill Clinton and Donald Trump traveled on Epstein's planes, Insider's Michelle Mark reported

Maxwell is on trial in Manhattan federal court after being accused of sex-trafficking girls with Epstein and participating in sexual abuse herself.

She has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

See the full flight records here.

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