Finnair is retiring Flight 666, which made its final flight on Friday the 13th. (Reuters)
On Friday the 13th, a flight bearing the number of the beast landed safely in HEL for the last time.
No, that sentence is not the plot of a Stephen King novel. It's the story of Finnair Flight 666, which traversed its daily route from Copenhagen, Denmark to Helsinki, Finland (airport code: HEL).
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Finavia, which operates Finland's 21 airports, says Friday's flight landed eight minutes ahead of schedule at 3:47 p.m. local.
The flight started in 2006 and has fallen on Friday the 13th 21 times. There have been no reports of issues, supernatural or otherwise.
"It has been quite a joke among the pilots" veteran Finnair pilot Juha-Pekka Keidasto told the Associated Press in 2013, ahead of another Friday the 13th flight. "I'm not a superstitious man. It's only a coincidence for me."
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Still, Finnair has decided to retire the flight number. As the carrier is switching around some flight numbers later this month, Flight AY666 will become AY954.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.