They are not really speaking German, it's the Swiss dialect/language ("Schwizerdütsch") heavily infused with lots of English terms. Imagine "Heidi" from the mountain meadow reading down an A340 checklist ...
Nevertheless, an excellent video!
Yes...although I cannot understand some of the spoken language, there is enough in English (with subtitles) that make sense.
I tried to find something pertinent....and it keeps coming back to this.......ALL pilots will understand this....but those who are NOT pilots?``
Well....take your time to understand, and just 'PM' with any questions (I will be happy to answer)...:
The "point" of the video below is to show a bit of "reality" in terms of how actual airiines operate, and how we train pilots.
I just want to add......this is obviously a B737 Classic....or a B737-300, or -400, or -600.
Please know that there are other "iterations" of the B-737...the so-called "Next Generation".....which are the B737-700. -800 and -900s.
EDIT....this an "almost" video.....but when we train in the simulators? We are given "real-world" scenarios. (AND....there is no stupid "MUZAK" in the background. This is serious, in the Simulators. The "motion" is on.