Heres what i would do. COLLEGE!!! The only way otherwise to get on with and airline is to go through the military. You can major in anything...Underwater basketweaving if you want.
If you only opt for the two year degree than the regionals, such as Horizon airlines, Mesa, and other "turboprop airlines" will look at you, but not necessarily hire you, depending on your flight qualifications. If you have a four year degree then you are definately ahead of the rat race. I recommend doing your flight training while or after you do college. Look in to schools like Sierra School of Aeronautics. You can get your degree while going through a program that will take you from zero to ATP in, like, 30 months. Then if you complete their training they Guarantee you an interview with American and Continential. Even in if you dont get hired on with those, you have a name behind your degree that will be widely accepted nationally. There are other schools out there too like Sierra. Just whatever you do dont assume that you will get a job without a degree. Airlines want to see an attitude of dont give up or try and get thing the easy way. If you dont have a degree, you better know someone that will gove you and "in", otherwise they wont even look at you.
Training is expensive but take out loans, You will have a long time to pay them back and you will make to miney back quickly wil and airline job.
Let me know if you have any other questions, comments, or anything like that.