Flight Instructors

Students are encouraged to utilize as many instructors as possible during the training process. Exposure to different methods and techniques is the best way to become a skilled pilot! Each instructor has different methods of training as well as different skill levels. Maybe you have already soloed but are struggling with landings, lining up with the runway, or flying in the wind. Some of our instructors are skilled in these areas and can help you achieve advanced instruction and training. Some of the instructors are very helpful with maiden flights as well as flight trimming and aerobatic setup. Students should call an instructor and arrange for lessons. Showing up at the field and hoping an instructor will be there to help you is not a good idea. Club instructors at the field may have a full student load or another agenda for the day. Club and AMA requires primary flight instruction be given by club designated instructors.




Intro Pilot Instructors 2017



 Contact Information

Clark Hymas

Nitro, Gas, Electric Planes


Ron Morrison

Electric & Gas Planes rdmorrison1@outlook.com

Doug Bowman

Helicopters, Electric Planes, Multi-rotors

Dan Seeman Electric & Nitro Planes  509-588-4970
John Pulsipher Electric &  Nitro Planes  5jsplane@gmail.com
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Important Information

Higgins Field Address:

105355 North SR225

West Richland, WA 99353

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Upcoming Events:

September 30, 11:00 am @ Higgins Field - Club Meeting and Officer Nominations

October 6-8 

26th Annual Indian Summer @ Higgins Field