The Pequeños Reyes del Aire Tournament (Spanish for the "Little Kings of the Air") is an annual wrestling tournament promoted by the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and has been held since 2007 except in 2011. The tournament includes a varying number of wrestlers, competing in a Torneo cibernetico match, essentially a multi-man elimination match with the last competitor remaining is declared that year's Pequeño Rey del Aire and is given a trophy. The match is based on CMLL's Reyes del Aire tournament which has an identical purpose, format and award. The winner is not normally awarded with a match for the CMLL World Mini-Estrella Championship or the Mexican National Lightweight Championship, the two Mini-Estrellas championships that CMLL promotes, as a direct result of their tournament victory.
There has been five tournaments held, with five different winners crowned, no one has won the tournament twice. A total of 20 Mini-Estrellas have appeared in the five tournaments held so far, three wrestlers have appeared in four of the Pequeños Reyes del Aire, Bam Bam, Pequeño Black Warrior and Pequeño Damián 666 / Demus 3:16. Demus is the only competitor to work under two different ring names.