I've been looking around at airlines that offer pilot training courses. All you need to get into these is a high school diploma (or the equivalent in other countries) and, but not always, be a citizen of that country. once accepted its about a year and half of pilot training from getting a PPL up to multi engine and commercial ratings. You also get a bit of training for the airline. As far as I know none of the American majors offer such programs. Not only that, I really want to fly for BA someday instead of an American carrier.
It seems to good to be true... All I have to do is apply, get accepted, go through then complete training, and then I get higherd by the airline. Do I need a collage degree elsewhere to be higherd, or is this training all I need? And if anyone has info on these cadet programs please share you knowledge
(right now im 18 and will graduate from H/S in the spring)