South Pacific Island Airways (SPIA) was an airline operating services in and around American Samoa from the early 1970s. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded the carrier in 1984, when it almost flew a charter flight into the airspace of the Soviet Union. SPIA was allowed to continue operations after some management changes were made at the airline, but was grounded again in 1985 for some shady dealings involving hush kits on its 707s. South Pacific continued to operate limited services until it ceased operations in 1987.
As its peak South Pacific Island Airways fleet included: