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​I want to be
a company that can fly planes.

The representative director Dainichi Co., Ltd.

Toshiaki Akasaka

If you look at the title and think "Huh?", YES our company does not manufacture aircraft parts, also aircraft bodies. lol

It means the reason that expresses the feeling part.

As you know, the world's first-scale manned flight took place on Dec 17, 1903 in the town of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, It was the first time that The Flyer, piloted by the brother of the Wright brothers (Orville), flew 36m for 12 seconds.

That was about 120 years ago.

Since then, airplanes have been improved to fly faster, higher and farther. In the background of its improvement and evolution, there are many precious lives sacrificed and various people who have devoted their lives to the aviation industry. Airplanes, which are now a popular means of transportation and are said to be "safe", are not always zero from unforeseen risks, including human error.
 

So why operate or use aircraft in exchange for risk?

The true meaning of the words in the title exists there.
 

We recognize that it is natural to prepare for 100% results in all events in life. But what about

a way of life that pursues 100% and doesn't start anything until the situation and environment are perfect?

Isn't it the same as flying an airplane?

Even if you are prepared to take risks and are forced to fail, you will gain something from them, and your technology, equipment, knowledge, and behavior will evolve. I think the situation is the same in any job.

I believe it's a waste of time to not move anything because all the conditions and environments are not in place.

What do you think of the figure of 60%? is there a lot? less? is it expensive? low?

I can't convince myself by arguing 60%, but I think it's a good enough number to judge that the time is ripe. I am the kind of person who does not want to forget the courage to move forward, even if it is just a little bit, towards the slightest possibility or hope.

 

It's a poorly worded and philosophical greeting, but I'd appreciate it if you could let me know a little bit about my personality.

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