Hemet-Ryan Flight School provides professional flight training at a reasonable cost.
We are located at the Hemet-Ryan Airport in Hemet, California just 20 minutes from the I-215 / Newport Exit. The airport's location offers an ideal flight training environment. Within minutes you can be flying in complex airspace or safely practicing maneuvers in the airspace surrounding the airport. With less traffic at Hemet-Ryan than other airports, you'll spend less time on the ground waiting to takeoff and more time in the air flying, saving you both time and money.
The combination of Hemet-Ryan Flight School's professionalism and the airport's ideal training environment is why many have chosen us as the place to allow their dreams to take flight.
We look forward to flying with you!
Hemet Ryan Flight School
|Congratulations Michael Hall!|
|14 October 2016 - 13::25|
|Congratulations to Mike Hall! Today he also achieved his Private Pilot License with Examiner Ron Malm. Welcome to the pilot ranks Mike.|
|Congratulations to Krysta Fox!|
|14 October 2016 - 12::01|
|Today Krysta Fox achieved her Private Pilot License with Examiner Ron Malm. Great job Krysta! Welcome to the pilot ranks!|
|Congratulations Lisa Lewis!|
|10 June 2016 - 11:18:15|
|Congratulations Lisa Lewis! Today she soloed N5283E, one of our Skyhawks. She and her husband are currently training towards their Private Pilot's Licenses. Way to go Lisa! It is awesome when a couple trains together.|
|Congratulations Mark Lewis!|
|07 June 2016 - 11:11:05|
|Congratulations to Mark Lewis! Today he soloed N5283E, one of our Skyhawks. He and his wife are currently working towards their Private Pilot's Licenses with Chief Flight Instructor Edwin J. Matthews. Great flying Mark!|
|Aviation Club Tour|
|17 May 2016 - 08:56:39|
|Hemet-Ryan Airport was happy to host San Jacinto Valley Academy's Aviation Club! They were given a full tour of Cal Fire's base, including talking with their pilot's as well as ground crews and even got to climb aboard one of the S-2's and 301, Cal Fire's Huey. In addition they got to speak with one of Mercy Air's pilots and check out their helicopter. They finished their tour with the local DC-3's. Many thanks to Cal-Fire, Mercy Air and our local pilot community! Also special thanks to Mr. Phil Anady, director and teacher of the Aviation Club, as well as one of Hemet-Ryan Flight School's active pilots. If anyone is interested in setting up a tour of the airport, please call. For info on SJVA Aviation Club, please visit http://sjvaaviation.com|