The Last of Flight 666 to 'Hell'

Friday, October 13, 2017 from Nordic Finnair makes the last flight AY666 to Helsinki

Flybe Nordic (Finnair livery), OH-LKM, Embraer ERJ-190LR - Image Credit Anna Zvereva

The Nordic Finnair flight at 13 o'clock seems to be a unique flight, linked to the destination flight code of Finnish airline Nordic Finnair. Of course this became news of many media, when they will fly for the last time.

More precisely this flight with the code number AY666 has been done by Nordic Finnair every on Friday the 13th since 2006 ago from Copenhagen, Denmark to Helsinki, Finland. That is what caught the attention of all parties, flight 666, given the code number 666 is identical with the nature of demons, or in other words the symbol of 'hell'.

You are no longer able to ride this flight, quoting CNN Indonesia, Friday, October 13, right, because there is no longer a journey to the 'hell' which is split from the first three letters of Helsinki to Hell in the future.

The other reviews from The Telegraph, Friday, October 13, describe how passengers fearlessly, and even laugh in superstition in Flight 666 on the 13th.

Many people know that if number 13 is considered an unlucky number among western communities, as described in the above paragraph, 666 is often identified with the devil, where hell is the home of demons.

They chose to travel on "the most exciting day of the year" and could save the budget, but a direct trip to HEL at the 13th hour of the 13th superstition is one of the flights most likely to avoid.

Spoken by airline spokesman, "Today will really be the last time AY666 flight flies to HEL."

After an 11-year flight with 21 AY666 flights to HEL on Friday the 13th, the AY666 flight number will be replaced.

"On October 29, some of our flight numbers on our network will change and our AY666 flight from Copenhagen to Helsinki will turn into AY954."

There has always been talk among pilots, but most of them do not believe in superstition. Juha-Pekka Keidasto, a veteran pilot added that this is just a coincidence.

"It's a joke among pilots, I'm not a superstitious person, it's just a coincidence for me. If there are passengers who worry about 666, our cabin crew are always happy to help them."

Source: Oscar Ferry - CNN Indonesia, The Telegraph
Image: Anna Zvereva (from Tallinn, Estonia) via Wikipedia


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