Begin your airline pilot career.
The final milestone before beginning your airline pilot career is obtaining the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate. This is the highest level of pilot certificate obtainable and remarkable achievment.
Get your ATP
If you’re planning to fly for the airlines then by now you’ve already decided you need your ATP certficiate. Combined with a commercial certificate and your instrument rating, along with being at least 23 years of age and of good moral character (seriously that’s an FAA requirements), all you need now are the minimum flight hours and to pass the written and practical tests and your set.
The Last Certificate You'll Need
Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
Getting an ATP is not for everyone, but it is required if you plan to fly for the airlines (big or small), it’s also the final milestone along the journey in terms of FAA certificates. It covers a myriad of subjects including weather, aerodynamics, air carrier ops, and prepares candidates for multi-pilot envoirments.