In a bizarre coincidence that would put the superstitious on high alert, a flight bearing the devil’s number 666 flew straight to HEL on Friday the 13th.
Finnair’s Flight 666 took off from Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH), and flew directly to Helsinki, Finland (HEL), on Friday, TODAY reported.
The one-hour-and 34-minute flight takes on a spooky vibe every time it falls on Friday the 13th, which has happened once or twice a year since the flight began in 2002.
But the coincidences do not end there.
According to Flightaware, a flight-tracking website, the flight took off at 13:00 local time, and the aircraft is 13 years old.
The flight’s Friday the 13th runs will end soon, as new flight number systems in Europe will change the 666 digits to a different number, Airlineroute announced on Twitter.