The only thing I get is that it's about airplanes, and I only get that because of the thread topic. Other than that it's random syllables with something that might be a word I know popping out now and then.
A web search has enlightened me that it is "Scouse," the accent of Liverpool and Merseyside, both an accent and a dialect. If one thinks back to some John Lennon interviews, the accent is definitely there albeit more comprehensible.
Not many people settling back in their seats to watch a safety video these days....And yesterday we heard that a friend of ours is expecting her daughter and a collegue home this week from Hong Kong as both have lost their jobs with Cathay Pacific. That is quite tragic for pilots. You've done all that extensive training to fly the world's largest passenger planes and within a few months you are jobless. What else could you do to earn the same money. It's like a surgeon without an operating theatre.
You pipped me at the post, K2. There was a pilots strike years ago when the Govt stepped in and the Air force had to supply planes to cover the businessmen's trips. So they did but Mr richman had to fly to his meeting in a Hercules. They had to sit lengthwise with the straps to keep them in and naturally no tea or coffee served.Poor guys got off the plane looking like they'd just woken up. ANYWAY...when the strike was over the pilots had all moved on to other jobs. SE Asia was getting now popular and the regional airlines were fighting to get Oz pilots. There were guys mustering cattle, looking for minerals and doing joy flights and flying schools. The same was for the cabin crews as well.
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