Educap, a non-profit student loan charity under investigation by the IRS, used its $31 million jet to shuttle Mayor Daley and other prominent politicians, CBS News reports.
Daley was accompanied by his wife, Maggie, on 58 Educap flights, including trips to Turkey, Asia and Sweden, CBS reports.
CIA Director Leon Panetta, former FBI Director William Sessions and former Senators Tom Daschle and Ted Stevens also flew on Educap's jet, according to CBS:
Investigators say for five years, [CEO Catherine] Reynolds jetted friends, family and luminaries to faraway and exotic destinations that sometimes had little to do with the charity's mission.
The charity is under investigation for abuse of its tax-exempt status because of the it high interest it charges on charitable student loans and the perks lavished on CEO Reynolds.