People can get pretty superstitious about Friday the 13th. And the number 666. And with air travel in general.
On Jan. 13, which just so happens to have been a Friday, Finnair flight AY666, a 13-year-old plane, landed safely in HEL.
Seriously. That's bad luck on about four different levels.
According to the Daily Mail, Finnair flight AY666 has been a running joke for a while, since that is a number associated with Satanism.
"If there's some passenger who is anxious about this 666, our cabin crew is always happy to help them," pilot Juha-Pekka Keidasto told RT.
Finnair flight AY666 travels a few times every year on Friday the 13th, but this year is especially eerie as it flew nonstop from Copenhagen to Helsinki, which appears on tickets as CPH->HEL.
To make matters worse, the plane is also 13 years old. Also, the flight boarded at gate 15, which is right next to gate 13.
It is unknown which extra-extra-extra-unlucky passenger was seated in the 13th row.
The flight landed on time and without incident, so hexakosioihexekontahexaphobics (or people who are afraid of the number 666) can rest easy.