The aviation sector continues to play a vital role in the economic growth of the islands of the South Pacific. These islands are sparsely populated and scattered across great expanses of the Pacific Ocean. The current costs of ownership and operation of airlines in these limited markets and remote small Pacific communities are high and in most cases not economically sustainable. Having analysed the need for air transportation in the smaller South Pacific nations, and reviewed the environment, history, practice and difficulties of its provision, this book presents a blue print for the future. It advocates a managed and integrated flight path for the economic sustainability of the airlines of the region, lessen the financial burden to the governments and peoples of the region and yet deliver essential air services necessary for the economic well being of the region. This conclusion is labeled a Managed Integrated Independent South Pacific Airlines (MIISPA) flight path.