But the airline is changing its flight numbers, which means it was AY666's last Friday the 13th trip to HEL.
Those prone to have a superstitious mind, and perhaps a nervousness to flying, will be relieved to know that the last Flight 666 into HEL on a Friday 13th will take place today. The airline said that in the past 11 years it had flown AY666 to HEL 21 times on Friday the 13th, tweetin, g "Farewell to Finnair AY666". As the carrier is switching around some flight numbers later this month, Flight AY666 will become AY954.
If you feel like you missed out on a unique opportunity to take an "devilish" flight, rest assured, Finnair's got you covered with a flight from SIN (Singapore Changi International) to HEL.
"It has been quite a joke among the pilots", he told the newspaper in the past.
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The last time the flight happened on Friday the 13th was in January. "It's only a coincidence for me", he added. Since black metal music is huge in that part of the world, the brutal flight has probably prompted more bragging rights than nervous glances among its passengers.
According to the Telegraph, Friday the 13th is considered unlucky because of its biblical origins, it has also been linked to the Knights Templar.
It's the end of an era for Flight 666 to HEL. Most avoid the number 666 out of irrational fear and superstition or completely embrace it like metal group Iron Maiden.