Grupo Aeroméxico has filed a motion to reject leases for a total of 19 aircraft, as well as some spare engines, and return them to their respective lessors as a part of its ongoing Chapter 11 restructuring.

According to the motion filed at the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York on July 3, 2020, Aeroméxico (AM, México City Int'l) has sought approval to return ten Boeing narrowbodies, including:

Following the return, Aeroméxico will no longer operate any leased B737-700s, although it also has four of the type that its owns, the ch-aviation fleets ownership module shows.

In general, the Mexican flag carrier currently leases a total of 42 aircraft, including five B737-700s, twenty-six -800s, six B737-8s, seven B787-8s, and six B787-9s.

In turn, regional subsidiary Aerolitoral (5D, Monterrey General Mariano Escobedo) is seeking to return its entire fleet of nine E170s, including four owned by each of Falko Regional Aircraft and Nordic Aviation Capital, and one by GECAS. The airline leases 46 out of its 56 aircraft, including nine E170s and thirty-seven E190s. It also owns 10 of the latter.

The motion also includes four General Electric CF34-8ES, powerplants powering the E170s, including three that are leased from GECAS and one from BeauTech Power Systems.