A plane with a reputation of being extremely unlucky landed in Helsinki Friday afternoon without a hitch. Flight 666 is scheduled to arrive in HEL or Helsinki on Friday the 13th.

Finnair flight 666 has been in a cycle for years, but every so often, it gathers a lot of attention for spontaneous flight schedules. Flight 666 has, on numerous occasions, journeyed from Copenhagen (CPH) to Helsinki (HEL) on Friday the 13th. To add a more illusory layer to the flight, the plane left Copenhagen around 1 pm local time, or 13:00 in military time additionally, the plane itself is 13 years old.

A similar thing happened the last time the whole thing lined up on May 13, 2016. The occurrence of Friday the 13th being unlucky is not as common an implication in some European countries. MSN reported that the 13 and 666 both have undesirable connotations from the Bible to the point where some planes have a 13th row. Furthermore, Finnair pilots who have flown flight 666 have been very vocal about the concurrence.

Finnair pilot Juha-Pekka Keidasto told the Independent in 2013 that the coincidence has been a joke among the pilots. He added that he is not superstitious and that he believes that it was just all coincidence. For some traveler who is worried about this flight 666, he said that the cabin crew is always ready and happy to help. The flight landed in Helsinki at 5:41 pm local time, and while this occurrence will not happen again until October, you can catch Flight 666 to HEL at just about any day. Flight 666 is programmed to fly to Helsinki on Jan. 14 and 15.

A definite fear of Friday the 13th is called Paraskevidekatriaphobia, which originates from the from the Greek word paraskeví meaning Friday, and dekatria which means thirteen. On the other hand, the number 666 is extensively regarded as the number of the devil, some contend the number is 616. The fear of the number 666 is hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia, says, Daily Mail.