This Friday the 13th Marks Flight 666's Final Trip to Hel


Courageous airline flyers boarded flight number 666 to HEL, (the code for Helsinki Airport in the capital of Finland) today on Friday Oct. 13-for the last time.

Finnair flight AY666 made its last Friday the 13th trip to HEL, the airline said.

The Finnair flight took off from Copenhagen, Denmark, in the 13th hour of Friday the 13th, headed for Helsinki Vantaa airport, The Associated Press reported.

The 75-minute flight - which landed safely, by the way - isn't going away, it's simply being assigned a new number at the end of the month, Finnair told flyers via Twitter.

After Friday, the flight number will change from AY666 to AY954.

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SIN is the airport code for Singapore Changi International Airport.

No more superstitious flights for those courageous passengers.

Veteran pilot for the airline Juha-Pekka Keidasto told the Telegraph previously that he was not scared about flying on Friday the 13th.

I'm not a superstitious person but even if that was a free flight to the magical world of Narnia I would have to skip it.

The Flight number, 666, is widely known as the biblical "mark of the beast" mentioned in the apocalyptic Book of Revelation, and refers to the Antichrist who wreaks havoc on the earth before the second coming of Christ. "It's only a coincidence for me".