Posing with his boss’s $ 80 million aircraft, this is Jeffrey Epstein’s old personal pilot, Larry Visoski – Photo: Instagram
Posing with his boss’s $ 80 million aircraft, this is Jeffrey Epstein’s old personal pilot, Larry Visoski, the man many believe may be the key to the filthy billionaires lifestyle. The 59-year-old pilot has been working for the rich pedophile billionaire for 20 years.
As part of an expanding investigation in the sex trafficking case against Jeffrey Epstein, federal prosecutors and the F.B.I. are trying to determine who traveled on the financier’s private planes in recent years, three people with knowledge of the matter have said.
Shortly after Mr. Epstein’s arrest on July 6, prosecutors in Manhattan issued federal grand jury subpoenas to two of his longtime pilots, according to these people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the inquiry.
The subpoenas sought passenger lists, flight logs and the personal notes the pilots had maintained, going back as far as they have records, the people said.
Read the full article ‘Jeffrey Epstein’s Pilots Subpoenaed
Here are a few of Epstein’s aircraft. For other interior images ‘See Jeffrey Epstein’s Air Fleet‘
To get from place to place during short hops, Epstein is known to use his helicopter – Pictured above
The living room area in the 727. Public records suggest Epstein has owned at least three jets: A Boeing 727, a Gulfstream IV, and a Gulfstream GV-SP. The 727’s tail number, according to flight logs published by Gawker in 2015, is N908JE. That aircraft is registered to a Delaware corporation called JEGE, Inc. ADSBExchange contributors haven’t reported any flight activity from that tail number.
One side of the bedroom on the 727. – Between January 2018 and June 2019, the Gulfstream IV flew 57 flights. During the same period of time, the Gulfstream GV-SP flew 107 flights. That suggests one or both jets were airborne a minimum of 1 out of every 3 days. (Data before 2018 appears to be unavailable.)
Epstein’s Gulfstream jets flew to Slovakia, Mexico, and the United Kingdom — sometimes for only a few hours.
This account of Epstein’s travels is based on two years of flight data associated with two of his Gulfstream airliners. Without detailed passenger manifests, it’s impossible to know whether Epstein was present on each individual flight. In the aggregate, however, the flight records illustrate an improbably lavish life, and raise further questions about how he earned and spent his fortune.