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Finnair Flight 666 flew to HEL on Friday the 13th (and all is well)

Finnair Flight 666's passengers seemed to have a devil-may-care attitude about superstitions and phobias.
/ Source: TODAY

Some people won't cross paths with a black cat. Others panic when they break a mirror.

And then there are the death-defying passengers who boarded Finnair Flight 666 on Friday the 13th and flew it straight to HEL.

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The Nordic airline's notorious Flight 666 took off from Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH), and flew directly to Helsinki, Finland (HEL), today, and we're guessing each and every soul aboard had a devil-may-care attitude about superstitions.

And likely none suffered from triskaidekaphobia, or fear of the number 13.

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Would you fly to HEL aboard Flight 666 on Friday the 13th?Bloomberg via Getty Images

The 75-minute Flight 666 — which landed safely, by the way — regularly flies to Helsinki, and takes on an even spookier vibe when the trip happens on Friday the 13th, as it has done once or twice a year since the flight began in 2002.

Believe it or not, the creepy details of Friday's flight don't stop there.

According to the folks at @Flightradar24, a Swedish Twitter account that monitors air traffic, the flight took off at 13:00 local time. And the aircraft? It's 13 years old.

Folks on Twitter had some fun wondering just how sinister Flight 666 could get.

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Sadly, if you want to experience the thrill of flying Flight 666 to HEL on Friday the 13th yourself, time may be running out.

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The famed flight has just one more Friday the 13th journey planned, for October this year.

After that, according to Airlineroute, its flight numbers will be replaced with new digits.