On 25 January 2001, a Rutaca Douglas DC-3 aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela, killing all 20 passengers and four crew members.
On 16 October 2008, a Rutaca Boeing 737-200, registered YV162T, landed on runway 28R at Caracas-Simón Bolívar International Airport (CCS) following a domestic flight from Puerto Ordaz (PZO). After touchdown the airplane swerved to the left. The nose came to rest on the runway embankment.
On 15 February 2009, a Rutaca Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, registered YV1950, overran the runway at Guasdualito-Vare Maria Airport (GDO) following a domestic flight from San Fernando de Apure (SFD). The airplane sustained damage to the propeller and underside of the fuselage.
On 27 July 2010, a Rutaca Boeing 737-200, registered YV169T, made an emergency landing at Puerto Ordaz (PZO) international airport following a domestic flight from Ciudad Bolivar after problems in engine 1.