Air Transport Pilot's License

Is the highest achievable licence that can be held by a civilian pilot

Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL)

An Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) is the highest achievable licence that can be held by a civilian pilot. An ATPL is required to be the pilot-in-command of a multi-crew aircraft, be it a five seat Cessna Citation I or the worlds largest passenger aircraft - the Airbus A380.

Requirements

Pilot in Command under supervision (NB: Or 250 hours as PIC, or made up by not less than 76 hours as PIC and the additional flight time as PIC in command) 500 Hours
Total Cross Country Flight Time (NB: Not less than 100 hours shall be as PIC or Co-Pilot under the supervision of the PIC, Provided that the method us acceptable by authority) 200 Hours
Instrument Flight Time: (NB: Not more thab 30 hours of synthetic flight training) 75 Hours
Total Flight Time Required for ATPL Issue 1500 hours