Flight 666 On Friday The 13th Going To HEL Is The Metalest Way To Fly

Sometimes, the cosmos line up in just such a way that makes you think, Hail Satan.

Such an alignment took place in the skies over Europe today, as flight AY666 made its way from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Helsinki, Finland. Hensinki, the city whose airport has call letters HEL. Oh, and it happened in October, and on a Friday the 13th.


Okay, there’s nothing particularly scary about October, beside Halloween being this month, and the withering prospect of the long hard winter ahead. And unless you’re a teenager trapped in a slasher flick or a Knight Templar, there’s no reason to be scared of Friday the 13th. Luckily, folks in both Denmark and Finland are used to the darkness that comes with the death of summer.

Honestly, since black metal music is huge in this part of the world, this brutal flight has probably prompted more bragging rights than nervous glances among its passengers.

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