Osama bin Laden may have helped his family and other Saudis out of the United States with a chartered plane shortly after 9/11, the New York Post quoted FBI files as saying on Thursday.
The documents obtained, by a Washington government watchdog Judicial Watch, under the Freedom of Information Act, referred to a Ryan Air 727 plane that left Los Angeles on Sept. 19, 2001, carrying Saudi nationals, according to the report.
The plane was chartered either by the Saudi Arabian royal family or Osama bin Laden, according to the documents.
The flight made stops in Orlando, Washington D.C. and Boston, and terminated in Paris.
Asked about the documents' assertion, an FBI spokesman said the information is "inaccurate."