Some European airlines, such as Lufthansa, do not have a row 17 in their airplanes. Many worldwide do not have row 13, and some in Asia omit 4 and 9, because the word for 4 sounds like "death" in Japanese, and the word for 9 sounds like "torture".
On the flip side, some airlines offer flights containing“lucky” numbers as well—7, 11 (lucky in the West), or 8 (lucky in China).
The word seventeenth was clearly not lucky for some cataloguers, as seventeeth places as a high probability typo on the Ballard list, and occurs 21 times in OhioLINK.
(Plane image from people.com.cn; airline information from USA Today)