The Bahamas’ first and largest independent Internet Service Provider, Bahamas On-Line, has teamed up with American Airlines to provide Internet service for American Airlines’ employees based in Nassau, Freeport and Marsh Harbor.

“We are very pleased to be American Airline’s chosen partner in this worthwhile exercise. It fits right in with our goals at Bahamas On-line in making the Internet more widely available and affordable throughout the residential community in The Bahamas,” said Mr. Mark Sweeting, Vice President of Bahamas On-Line Internet Services. “Not only do we look to be price aggressive, but we also aim to add value to our subscribers; or example by offering a free daily delivery of the Tribune newspaper with our unlimited packages.”

The Bahamas On-Line program is in conjunction with American Airlines Ontime-Online Employee PC Program, under which American Airlines is purchasing computers and providing Internet access for its 120 employees based in The Bahamas.

“In an effort to connect employees to the company, AA has invested millions of dollars company-wide to provide a PC with Internet service to each employee,” says American Airlines’ spokesperson Ana Gaviria. “As a company, we can dramatically enhance our communications with employees and provide them and their families much greater access to a wide range of content.”