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Nervous fliers are many reassured by posh pilots

December 13th, 2017 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • New consult quizzed airline passengers about a accents of a pilots on board
  • Nervous fliers found a Scouse accent a slightest calming for a pilot
  • The slightest appealing rated in a consult as Brummie gusto and West Country

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Nervous fliers are put many during palliate by pilots who pronounce with a Queen’s English, a new consult has revealed.

Passengers who are filled with stress when holding to a skies contend a conference a posh accent over a aircraft PA can make them feel reduction afraid.

However it is pilots with a Scottish accent that travellers find a sexiest once they are on board.

New investigate has suggested that shaken fliers are many reassured by pilots who pronounce with a Queen's English 

New investigate has suggested that shaken fliers are many reassured by pilots who pronounce with a Queen’s English 

The investigate comes from online moody engagement site Kiwi.com, that quizzed passengers about UK pilot’s voices.

They found that for people who category themselves as shaken fliers, 49 per cent are reassured and have their certainty increased when conference a commander pronounce with ‘received pronunciation’, that is, in tones same to those dispensed by Her Majesty.

By contrast, only one per cent of passengers contend a commander with a Liverpool accent would encourage them.

In terms of sexiness, a Scottish accent on a commander is a many rarely ranked with 23 per cent observant they find it a many attractive.

This is followed by a Northern Irish accent during 19 per cent.

Other commander accents also found to be appealing are Irish (19 per cent), Welsh (10 per cent) and a Queen’s English (eight per cent).

But visit fliers contend that a West Midlands gusto is a biggest turn-off. It’s favourite by dual per cent of passengers.

In terms of sexiness, a Scottish accent on a commander was a many rarely ranked with 23 per cent observant they found it a many attractive

In terms of sexiness, a Scottish accent on a commander was a many rarely ranked with 23 per cent observant they found it a many attractive

Meanwhile a investigate also found that a womanlike voice from a cockpit is overwhelmingly some-more calming for passengers, with 85 per cent of visit fliers observant it creates them feel reduction anxious.

Stephen Davis, from Kiwi.com, said: ‘Frequent flyers clearly get a bit sexual when Scottish pilots are on board, though it’s essential that travellers feel protected and reassured.

‘Forget a Rescue Remedy, all we need is a bit of Queen’s English to settle a nerves.

‘Female pilots continue to plea gender stereotypes in such a masculine dominated attention and a idea that there should be some-more women in a cockpit, as they are distant some-more calming and teach certainty in passengers, should be taken into account.’

THE MOST REASSURING PILOT ACCENTS 

1. Queen’s English – 49 per cent

2. Scottish – 18 per cent

3. Welsh – 11 per cent

4. Northern Irish – 9 per cent

5. Irish – 5 per cent

6= Mancunian – 2 per cent

6= Yorkshire – 2 per cent

6= West Country – 2 per cent

6= Cockney – 2 per cent

6= Brummie – 2 per cent

11. Scouse – 1 per cent

THE MOST ATTRACTIVE PILOT ACCENTS 

1. Scottish – 23 per cent

2= Northern Irish – 19 per cent

2= Irish – 19 per cent

4. Welsh – 10 per cent

5. Queen’s English – 8 per cent

6. Geordie – 6 per cent

7. Scouse – 5 per cent

8. Mancunian – 4 per cent

9. Cockney – 3 per cent

10. West Country – 2 per cent

11. Brummie – 1 per cent

 


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