Santiago, Chile-based JetSmart Airlines has begun flying routes this month between Santiago, Chile, and Bogotá, Colombia, and in December between Santiago and Cali, Colombia with 3 daily flights in its fleet of Airbus A320s.

JetSmart joins several other international carriers expanding Colombia service, including Wingo, Spirit Air, Plus Ultra, Interjet and Viva Air, while dominant domestic carrier Avianca cancels routes and sells off subsidiaries. JetSmart is backed by Phoenix, Arizona-based Indigo Partners, the same secretive group of aviation industry investors behind Frontier Airlines, Volaris, and WizzAir, reports Finance Colombia.