In Taiki-cho, Hokkaido, an event was held to make people familiar with airplanes, and children who visited enjoyed playing tug-of-war with a 5-ton airplane.

On the 14th, a group of private aircraft enthusiasts held various events in Taiki-cho, where aerospace technology experiments and developments are being conducted, to make many people familiar with airplanes.

11 small planes from all over the country gathered at the venue "Multi-Purpose Kokukoen", and families and others who visited visited the cockpit.

Skydiving was also demonstrated, and there was a big round of applause as the divers parachuted from the plane up to about 1,500 meters above the ground.

Also, at the venue, the children took on the challenge of tug-of-war with a 5-ton airplane.

A boy in the third grade of elementary school said, "The plane was very heavy. It was fun pulling the rope with everyone."

Hiroyuki Nishimura, vice president of the Japan Owner-Pilot Association, who organized the event, said, "We held the event because we wanted to convey the appeal of the aviation industry to young people. We want them to experience a variety of different types of aircraft and enjoy extraordinary experiences." I was talking to